National Skifield Information:
New Zealand and discover the natural wonders and beauty of this Southern
Hemisphere alpine wonderland.
The deepest, most
reliable snow in the Southern Hemisphere - just hours away from home,
with unbeatable panoramic scenery - big mountains, big snow, big sky and ski
towns that know how to rock!
With dramatic snow action
to suit skiers and snowboarders of all abilities, New Zealand offers the
ultimate winter break.
can choose to ski and snowboard on the North Island skifields of Turoa and Whakapapa and
the major South Island skifields in Methven (Mt Hutt),
(Coronet Peak and The Remarkables) and Wanaka (Cardrona and Treble Cone).
All major ski
fields in New Zealand, meet international ski standards and are located
near towns offering
excellent range of accommodation to suit all budgets and are
serviced by regular
Each ski town/resort have their own unique attractions, scenery and social events, like the
Winter Festival in
Queenstown, the Ruapehu Mardi Gras in Ohakune to name a few.
Learning to ski or snowboard has never been easier. There are beginners'
facilities on all mountains, with dedicated beginners' slopes at all ski
areas. Everything you need for a fantastic day is available. Snow
Schools are offering world class learning centres and products for both
adults and kids.
Auckland to Queenstown ski route, you can travel from
Auckland to ski and snowboard at
located on Mt Ruapehu near National Park and
Ohakune on the central volcanic plateau of the New
Zealand's North Island, before heading south to
by bus and ferry to ski
Mt Hutt located west of Christchurch
and onto the alpine resort town of
Queenstown - to ski or snowboard the skifields of
The Remarkables or choose from a range
After skiing Coronet Peak or the Remarkables in Queenstown -
travel north to
Auckland on the
Queenstown to Auckland ski route, that includes
Mt Hutt skifield west of Christchurch and the
Whakapapa skifield at
National Park or
Turoa skifield at
Ohakune in the North