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Ground has officially broken on the new Sugar Bowl chairlift at The Remarkables Ski Area in Queenstown.
A group of 35 Chinese Winter Olympic Games staff took the slopes of Mt Ruapehu in a bid to hone their rescue knowledge and techniques in time for the World Cup and the Winter Olympic Games in 2022.
The operator has promoted its Whakapapa GM Jono Dean to take over from Ross Copland.
Cardrona Alpine Resort plans to have its first chairlift installed into the 500 hectare Soho Basin extension in time for winter 2022.
NZSki funding for The Kea Conservation Trust will see the body extend its monitoring efforts from The Remarkables ski field across Ben Lomond from early 2020.
A collaborative mountain effort has led to the establishment of New Zealand’s first-ever Spring Ski Week.
Wayfare’s Cardrona Alpine Resort Limited has sought clearance from the Commerce Commission to buy Treble Cone ski field for $7.6m.
Visitor spending in some of NZ’s snow regions fell sharply after unusually mild weather.
A police and NZ Transport Agency check of Queenstown ski field transport operators over the weekend found a dozen operators were not complying with the rules.
Queenstown Resort College has secured naming rights to the Winter Games.
Kiwis should continue to buy annual ski passes despite this year’s patchy season, according to new research.
The money will go towards long-term planning to foster sustainable tourism growth.
Treble Cone will open today but skiing and snowboarding will be limited to groomed snow on the Easy Rider and the Platter runs.
Chris Jolly Outdoors is expanding its portfolio of products after recruiting a new operations manager and drawing on his diverse background that spans tourism, rock and roll touring and survivalism.
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Tūroa’s beginner ski field opens today from 9am with the lower slopes of Alpine Meadow ready for skiing and sledding.
A sluggish Australian economy and plunging house prices will be felt on Kiwi slopes, says the bank’s chief economist.
Treble Cone Ski Area has delayed its opening due to low levels of snow during June.
Cardrona is on track to add a second skifield to its stable having made a long-expected offer to buy Treble Cone.
Visitors have been flocking to New Zealand’s skifields as the 2019 season gets underway with some of the country’s leading resorts having pumped millions of dollars into infrastructure improvements over the summer.
Queenstown’s NZSki Limited has hired Meghan Blair to be its new general manager of sales and marketing.
The Department of Conservation has rejected criticism that it was cause of delays to NZSki’s $16m chairlift upgrade at The Remarkables.
Paul Anderson blames a lack of “direction, support and certainty” from DOC for the delay to The Remarkables upgrade.
A game that educates Australian travel trade about New Zealand’s ski regions forms a key part of Tourism New Zealand’s freshly launched $1.55m Australian winter campaign.
Borders, bikers, walkers and riders were out in force on Saturday for Mt Hutt Ski Area’s 2019 Open Day.
A new winter profile of Queenstown Airport’s passengers has been released, showing an uplift of 5% in numbers for the 2018 season.
Six of the iwi’s businesses have formed a partnership to help fund the $25m project.
Recent heavy snowfalls and cold temperatures has prompted Cardrona Alpine Resort to open for beginner skiing and snow play.
NZSki’s Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, and Mt Hutt have joined international multi-resort ski-field pass, Ikon Pass.
New high-speed chairlifts and trails, a chondola and summer operations are part of a $35m upgrade programme at The Remarkables and Coronet Peak ski fields, announced by owner NZSki today.
NZSki has appointed Fiona Boyer to the newly created role of General Manager Customer.
Queenstown ski field Coronet Peak is to farewell the 2018 season by hosting a dog derby at what it says “is the home of the original dog derby and dog barking contest”.
The now annual event kicks off tonight with an opening ceremony in Wanaka.
A 250m haul rope has to be ordered from Europe, says RAL.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts says it will need to replace a tower on its High Noon Express chairlift at Tūroa due to damage caused by Monday’s avalanche.
A large avalanche triggered by control work at Tūroa has damaged one of the ski field’s chairlifts.
The possibility of a mechanical failure being behind Saturday’s fatal crash is yet to be ruled out.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts has suspended operations at its Turoa ski field today after a bus crash left one person dead and several others injured.
Ruapehu Alpine Lifts has had a record-breaking school holiday period with more than 80,000 skiers and snowboarders on the slopes of Whakapapa and Tūroa in the last fortnight.
Queenstown skifield Coronet Peak has opened NZ’s first ice castle as it looks to tap into the increasing number of visitors who don’t ski or snowboard but want a winter experience.
Real Journeys’ CEO on the scale of the investment involved and the potential the new 900ha could unlock for the region.
The new partnership will create the 900ha Cardrona-Soho Ski Area near Wanaka.
Treble Cone near Wanaka opened its gates on Saturday for its 50th season, five days earlier than scheduled thanks to healthy pre-season snow.
Queenstown’s Winter Festival arrives at Cardrona ski field today with a number of activities, including the famous dog derby, starting this morning.
More than 1,500 skiers and snowboarders hit the slope on Friday for the opening day of Mt Hutt’s season.
The glistening snowy peaks of Canterbury ski area Mt Hutt feature in an international campaign to lure more Australian ski visitors to New Zealand.
Wanaka’s Treble Cone has appointed Toby Arnott as its new ski area general manager.
Tourism New Zealand has launched its first collaborative ‘ski New Zealand’ campaign with a $900,000 effort to lure Australians to the country’s top three ski regions.
Visitors to New Zealand’s ski slopes grew on average 5% over the past four years to reach 1.6 million in 2017, according to the Ski Areas Association of New Zealand (SAANZ).
New Zealand’s ski industry could benefit from climate change in the short term but would suffer from its long term effects as would attractions such as the country’s glaciers, according to a new report.