Well, some great news for Cardrona today, and early Christmas present!
The Commerce Commission has cleared Cardrona Alpine Resort Limited to acquire either the shares of Treble Cone Investments Limited or the assets it uses to operate the Treble Cone ski field.
The Commerce Commission decision is apparently getting closer, here's the latest development on the acquisition of Treble Cone by Cardrona
Snowvember is back in 2019 at Mt Ruapehu. Whakapapa this time, open every fine weekend in November!
If you're looking for a deal, 2020 early bird season pass pricing is now released by all the major ski areas in New Zealand. Check them here.
You might have seen it, the annual Mt Ruapehu season pass is on! Prices are up, but there's some new offerings too. Check it out.
There seems to be lots of news about ski areas at present! Yesterday it was Ruapehu, today it's Coronet Peak and their application of a concession renewal.
Kiwi ski resorts are working together for the good of the shred – encouraging both lapsed and first-time skiers and snowboarders to the slopes for the country’s first ever Spring Ski Week.
This week Cardrona filed a request with the Commence Commission to acquire the assets of Treble Cone. Will it be anti-competitive, or not?
The temperature of Mt Ruapehu’s summit lake Te Wai ā-moe is slowly rising, but no other changes in monitored parameters have been observed.
NIWA has issue a press release about an unusual atmospheric phenomenon called a Sudden Stratospheric Warming (SSW) which could bring unusual or extreme weather in the next few weeks. Spring snow, maybe!