Ski Areas




Turoa & Whakapapa

Home to the most awesome natural skiing and snowboarding terrain in the country: huge snow filled basins, steep chutes, drop-offs and secret powder stashes. Mt Ruapehu offers something for everyone.

Mt Ruapehu offers Advertisers:

4 quad chairlifts
5 double chairlifts
1 6-seater chairlift
2 triple chairlifts

Mt Hutt


Located high in the Southern Alps, Canterbury’s most popular ski area is Mt Hutt and it receives some of the lightest and driest powder in Australasia. It typically enjoys one of the longest ski seasons in the Southern Hemisphere lasting from early June to late October

Mt Hutt offers Advertisers:

1 High Speed 6 Seater
1 Quad Chair
1 Triple Chair

Treble Cone

Treble Cone 

The real New Zealand snow experience. Long uncrowded slopes, legendary off piste terrain and unrivaled views.

This expansive mountain has the longest vertical rise in the Southern Lakes with far reaching boundaries spread over two large basins. Mother Nature has taken care of the terrain sculpting fun gullies, wide faces and exciting undulating runs.

Treble Cone is a mountain that welcomes all snow lovers. 

Treble Cone offers Advertisers 2 high capacity chairlifts 
6 Seater express chairlift
Saddle quad chairlift



Cardrona Alpine Resort is a relaxed and friendly ski and snowboard resort located between Wanaka and Queenstown, New Zealand. 

Cardrona offers Advertisers the following: 

2 quad fixed chairlifts
1 quad express chairlift

Snow Park

Snow Park NZ 

The ultimate freestyle mecca for skiers and snowboarders alike, tucked away in the stunning Southern Alps of New Zealand.

 Whether you want to master the advanced features, start out in the designated learners area, or check out some of the world’s top riders competing, Snow Park offers something for everyone.

 Since opening in 2002, Snow Park has evolved into a unique establishment. Our playground offers jumps, rails, boxes, wall rides, NZ’s only quarter pipe and pristine superpipe suited to all levels of ability.


Coronet Peak 

Queenstown’s Coronet Peak is the South Island’s most popular ski area – and with good reason. Diverse terrain, fantastic views, proximity to Queenstown and a cosmopolitan ambience create a superb winter experience for every level of snow sport enthusiast.

 Coronet Peak offers Advertisers 3 high capacity chairlifts 

High Speed Six Seater
1 Express Quad Chair
1 Double Chair

The Remarkables

The Remarkables 

High in The Remarkables mountain range near Queenstown The Remarkables Ski Area offers a true alpine experience in three sunny bowls where 220 skiable hectares of terrain spreads across 700 hectares of reserve. Three quad chairs, one magic carpet and one beginner tow offer access to the trails and parks.

 The Remarkables offer Advertisers the following:

 3 Quad Chairlifts