Queenstown ski, as a New Zealand snow season destination, is a beautiful resort town on the banks of Lake Wakatipu. While this quaint city of 13,000 has beautiful shores for fishing and boating, it’s better known for it’s incredible ski resorts. True powder hounds will marvel at the opportunity to tame the many slopes in Queenstown, because they can accommodate skiers of any skill level. Anyone who’s seeking a unique ski trip, such as a snowboard camp NZ should certainly consider visiting Queenstown for the next vacation.
If you ask the locals of New Zealand about skiing in their country, they will certainly tell you about Coronet Peak. This resort was established in 1947, and it has attracted millions of visitors in its nearly seventy year history. Just the view of this remarkable area makes it worth the visit, but it has to be skied to truly be appreciated. The powder is always pristine, because there are 213 snow guns making Coronet Peak perfect for hours of uninterrupted skiing. The best time to visit Coronet Peak is between early June and late September. Even people with small children will find Coronet Peak accommodating. There is a Skiwiland Early Learning Centre where the younger skiers can learn the fundamentals of hitting the slopes.
The Remarkables is a family friendly area with a lot of areas dedicated to beginners. Anyone seeking a family ski vacation in New Zealand should research the Remarkables first. This area is well known for the comprehensive teaching facilities which will have beginners ripping up the slopes in no time. The 2015 ski season will also see the opening of the 1.2 km Curvy Basin chairlift which seats up to six people. Everything about The Remarkables is designed to appeal to families with small children, and it’s one of New Zealand’s best skiing destinations. However, advanced skiers may not feel challenged by the beginner and intermediate terrain. Fortunately, there are a number of other more advanced areas to ski in Queenstown to keep experienced skiers entertained.
Trebel Cone has been named as New Zealand’s Best Ski Resort for 2013 and 2014 at the World Ski Awards. This astonishing resort is poised to take the title again in 2015, because it provides an unforgettable skiing experience. There are three new intermediate groomed trails for experienced skiers to enjoy in the 2015 ski season. Trebel Cone is home to Queenstown’s longest vertical rise, and it’s better suited for people who have tamed the beginner courses in New Zealand. Beginners and families with children may find the slopes to be a bit too challenging. However, there are beginner slopes and even instructors teaching skiing and snowboarding. However, those with experience will have the time of their lives here, because most of the slopes are rather challenging.
One of the advantages to visiting New Zealand is the opportunity to go skiing in July. This country is located in the southern hemisphere and July is actually the coldest month of the year. This means the slopes in New Zealand are just opening when most of the world’s ski resorts are closed. People who truly love to ski can turn to Queenstown ski packages when they get the urge to carve snow in the middle of the summer.