New Zealand Ski

Heli-Skiing New Zealand

Ski and snowboard the fresh untouched powder in New Zealand on a heli-skiing and snowboard adventure in the Southern Alps.  The long season and premier snow conditions make New Zealand an excellent place for heli-skiing and snowboarding.

Heli-skiing and heli-boarding are best suited for intermediate and advanced levels keen to get their adrenaline pumping.  Weather conditions are checked and full safety briefs are given to ensure a great and safe experience.  Heli-skiing and snowboarding trips give you the freedom to explore the Southern Alps peaks, basins and bowls away from the crowds.

Heli-Skiing trips are available in Queenstown, Wanaka, Methven, and Mackenzie/Mt Cook.  Skiers and heli-boarders can choose from different guided runs and terrain.  These trips offer spectacular views of the Southern Alps atop vertical peaks.

Queenstown: the snow-capped mountains surrounding Lake Wakatipu in the alpine town are set to provide spectacular views

Wanaka: boasting the largest heli-skiing and snowboard terrain outside of North America the powder and views are a one of a kind experience

Methven: the varied terrain offers your pick of run for all skiers and boarders to enjoy the breathtaking views and rush of excitement

Mackenzie/Mt Cook: venture to some of New Zealand’s highest peaks in Aoraki/Mt Cook National Park or to the Tasman Glacier in the Mackenzie Region.

Porters

Open
Road: Open
Snow base: 45cm
Weather: Sunny

Mt Hutt

Open
Road: Chains or 4WD
Snow base: 75cm
Weather: Sunny

Mt Dobson

Open
Road: Chains carried
Snow base: 48cm
Weather: Sunny

Ohau

Open
Road: Open
Snow base: 70cm
Weather: Sunny

Treble Cone

Open
Road: Open
Snow base: 71cm
Weather:

Cardrona

Open
Road: Open
Snow base: 90cm
Weather: Sunny

Coronet Peak

Open
Road: Open
Snow base: 55cm
Weather: Sunny

The Remarkables

Open
Road: Open
Snow base: 115cm
Weather: Cloudy

Roundhill Ski Area

Open
Road: Open
Snow base: 30cm
Weather: Sunny
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