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Cardona Alpine Resort has been named the nation’s Most Vegan-Friendly Ski Resort by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
Ski fields on Mt Ruapehu are gearing up for re-opening at level 2, says Ruapehu Alpine Lifts chief executive Jono Deans.
Ski operators are disappointed but acknowledge the need to get on top of the latest outbreak.
Snow on Monday night for Mt Ruapehu’s two ski fields has set the mountain up for the rest of the winter season, says Ruapehu Alpine Lifts.
The New Zealand Police, in partnership with Waka Kotahi, are launching a safety campaign targeting passenger services vehicles in and around ski fields across New Zealand.
From high hopes to cruel reality, operators are forced to adjust again to life under Covid.
Queenstown, Wanaka and Arrowtown record last minute domestic uptick for ski trips.
RAL aims to open lower mountain chairlifts next.
More snow is on the way for southern ski fields on Tuesday and Wednesday, says MetService.
There is no support connected to changes in the trans-Tasman travel arrangement, says Jacinda Ardern.
That extension will cut deep into the Australian school holiday period of 26 June to 11 July.
Coronet Peak hopes to open on Sunday 20 June and Cardona is aiming for 21 June.
Coronet Peak will open on 19 June and The Remarkables and Treble Cone on 26 June.
Cardrona Alpine Resorts has postponed its scheduled opening.
Ski field has around 18,000 visitors every winter.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts is set to open its Happy Valley beginner’s ski facility at Whakapapa on Saturday 5 June with the rest of the field and neighbouring Tūroa opening on 3 July.
Forward bookings for centres within close proximity to ski fields such as Queenstown are up 115% over 2019.
Happy Valley to open 5 June, while Whakapapa and Turoa will open 3 July.
Cardrona Alpine Resort, Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Treble Cone all set to open in June.
A new Cardrona Alpine Resort and Treble Cone ski facility in Wānaka is set to open its doors on 1 June.
Resorts are preparing for a season they hope will build on the strength of 2020’s domestic-only surge.
Ski resorts around the country have successfully negotiated with Immigration New Zealand to allow a number of top level workers from abroad into the country for the upcoming season.
It’s promising to be a busy southern ski season, says the airline.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts has launched its Apprentice Instructor Programme to recruit Kiwis as international staffing remains difficult.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts says its Whakapapa and Tūroa ski slopes are nearly ready for the season with recent work undertaken on its High Noon Express chairlift and Sky Waka Gondola.
SAANZ wants the specialist staff in from June to help ski fields open and operate safely.
Two new winter music festivals are to hit southern ski slopes in the same week in September.
Young Kiwis are being urged to do a domestic OE in a ski region this winter.
Cardrona Alpine Resort will open its 65 hectare Willows Basin in time for this winter’s ski season following the installation of a chairlift.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts says it is now working with potential investors, who could end up buying half the business.
The ski field operator is offering up half its business for a strategic investor to help develop opportunities.
Snow blanketing southern ski fields has forced them to close their summer activity operations.
Operators are planning for a domestic-only 2021 and are growing warier of the effects of global warming.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts has cut the number of 2021 season passes for its Mt Ruapehu ski fields by 20%.
The second week of the school holidays is looking promising for Mt Ruapehu ski fields, says Ruapehu Alpine Lifts chief executive Jono Dean.
Ski destinations are leading the top 10 trending destinations ‘rediscovered’ by Kiwis, according to Booking.com.
Construction on the multi-million dollar Nor’west Express lift at Mt Hutt will begin in October.
Campervan operator Travellers Autobarn has teamed with NZSki and other adventure operators to offer value packs to customers.
Mt Hutt is celebrating after a kea paid a visit to the mountain, the first to be seen at Mt Hutt in three years.
Ohakune-based iwi Ngāti Rangi is calling on visitors to stay away from Ruapehu after a person who has tested positive for Covid-19 visited Whakapapa and Tūroa ski fields.
NZSki and Wayfare’s ski fields close for the day while other large operators make adjustments or shut Auckland businesses.
The Sugar Bowl Express chairlift at The Remarkables will open this Saturday 1 August, giving visitors lift access to the Sugar Bowl Basin for the first time this season.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts chief executive Jono Dean said the new car park booking system helped ease the traffic congestion.
The new booking system would be free this season and would operate for the busiest 10 of the 17 weekends that the mountain is open in winter.
The Remarkables will continue its daily operations daily for a further one more week after a busier-than-expected school holiday period.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts have updated its new carpark booking system following an uproar from the public.
CEO Ian Jackson says forward bookings are good but Covid has halved staff numbers on the operator’s ski fields.
The Remarkables would be open daily for two weeks during the July school holidays until Sunday 19 July, then weekends only.
Mt Ruapehu has officially opened for the season, with snow arriving in time for the July school holidays.
Prime minister Jacinda Ardern, tourism minister Kelvin Davis and Tourism New Zealand chief executive Stephen England-Hall will attend today’s opening of the ski season at Cardrona Alpine Resort.