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Queenstown may seem a world away, but in reality - it’s easy, and fast, to get to.
Plus, when you think about it, there are lots of tedious things that take longer than a flight across the Tasman – and directly...
Spring is the season when you can enjoy the best of both worlds: snowy mountains and green valleys. There are tones of activities to enjoy before or after hitting the slopes in Queenstown.
What's not to love about spring? Here are some top tips on how to make the most of the season so you can do Spring like a pro.
Spring is one of our favourite times to hit the slopes. The sun is out, there's more time to pack fun in and wearing 80's outfits is totally acceptable.
Wondering which mountain is for you?
Beginner, black diamond addict or just want to hit the park all day?
The Audi quattro Winter Games return to New Zealand’s Southern Alps in spring 2017! Running for 16 days from late August to mid-September, this prestigious – and amazing to watch - international winter sports event attracts leading athletes from around...
Your winter holidays are precious and for avid skiers and snowboarders maximizing hours up the mountains can be just as important as having a great time with friends and family. For those wanting to make the most of one day here...
Planning a ski trip with your mates? Check out these tips on what parts of the body to focus on to make sure you’re ski fit.
Located in the heart of the Southern Alps, Queenstown is a true alpine destination offering fun and off the mountain. Here are some of our favourite things about winter.
Whether you’re into adventure, mountains and adrenalin, or fine wine and indulgence, get away from the everyday and escape to Queenstown this winter.
Skiing was first introduced to Queenstown in the 1860's as a way of transport, in 1947 it became home to the first commercial ski field in NZ, Coronet Peak.