2021 early bird season pass pricing is now released for skiing at nearly all major New Zealand ski areas. Check them out and get in quick, sale periods end October 31!
With fresh snow and good riding to be had, don’t pack your skis away just yet. Break out the BBQ and sunscreen and head to the hills for some chilled spring skiing! Check who's open, what the weather will be, and grab a deal.
It's spring time! The daffs are out, the lambs are playing and there's longer days to enjoy lots of spring skiing and riding!
The start of spring and we have big snow, big crowds, more snow on the way (?) and a new weather format ...
New Zealand has just experienced its warmest winter on record, according to official NIWA climate data.
Vail released their 2020/21 operational plans for their 34 North American resorts. Think reservations, distancing, and masks.
This week we’ve seen new snow across the country, more snow is on the way, and we’re close to seeing another couple of ski areas open. And find out the best day to ski this week, could be epic!
NIWA’s South Island snow and ice monitoring stations have confirmed what many skiers have been talking about: winter has been dry and snow coverage has been poor.
Another quick update this week, uneventful, but not! No appreciable new snow, but with new C-19 cases, a move to Level 2 for all ski areas, for the first time.
Ski areas are now operating at level 2, meaning there's a few things you need to know, before you head up to the slopes!
Well, another week of “winter” done and dusted, and you’d be excused for thinking this is spring! Crazy weather, with rain and warm temps across many southern ski areas.
This week in the snow we’ve had fine weather and great skiing, the week ahead however is messier with wind, rain, and potentially a lot of snow in some places. There’s a new chair about to open, and you can soon download a much faster version of our app!