Even though there was no snow in December the drive up to the remarkable ski fields is unreal, you can only imagine the loads of ski fanatics that take this route during the ski season
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We just happened to chance upon this drive to the snow fields in November - no skiing or snow,(just snow caps) but thought we'd take a look. This is not for the faint hearted - the drive is steep and very winding. In some places...More
The Remarkables will always be a special place for me. First time I saw and touched snow. And the first time I went snowboarding. Had a lesson, in a small group. I would take a private lesson if I had the chance. Well groomed slopes,...More
I have skied Japan..Canada..America many many times & have enjoyed the experience in each of these locations. All mountain roads leading to any of the ski fields in New Zealand are unsealed. At some point you will be required to put on chains in the...More
That's my favorite Ski field in Queenstown . stunning views and huge ski area. the suger bowl is my favorite! give more powder next year!
We went yesterday (24th nov) and there was still some snow and had a lovely walk up with amazing views. Sometimes the best things to do are free. Certainly was one of the best experiences I've had whilst in queenstown.
Kind of small field, Snow average depending of the condition of course, but definitely one of the most beautiful view that I could see while I could ride. It's just amazing having the panorama of Queenstown with the lake while you do "freeride" be careul...More
We came here in early November and attempted to hike to Lake Alta. Though we didn't make it because there was too much snow remaining, it was a wonderful and challenging hike nevertheless. Be aware that in summer, the ski lodge is closed so there...More
We visited on the last weekend of the season, its a hair-raising road to the ski area with stunning views as you climb above the city. The ski area was excellent, helpful staff and we spent a couple of hours enjoying the last of the...More
The road up was a bit hairy in places and at times I could see the need for snow chains. It's on par with Turoa. The staff were all friendly and helpful. We were often greeted with a cheery "Good morning!" or "how are you...More