• Tasmania Switzerland of the south
    Ben Lomond the Whistler of Tasmania
    July 17, 2018, Comments Off on Ben Lomond the Whistler of Tasmania

    Ben Lomond is to Tasmania what Whistler is to Canada – their biggest and most developed ski resort. What makes a ‘ski area’ into a ‘ski resort’ anyway? The basics […]

  • Soho Basin behind Cardrona
    New Queenstown/Wanaka mega resort Cardrona plus Soho Basin
    July 12, 2018, Comments Off on New Queenstown/Wanaka mega resort Cardrona plus Soho Basin

    Wow things are looking up for Queenstown / Wanaka with a new partnership between Cardrona Alpine Resort and Queenstown businessman John Darby will lead to the development of New Zealand’s […]

  • Jackson Hole adds new Solitude Station beginner/family centre
    May 31, 2018, Comments Off on Jackson Hole adds new Solitude Station beginner/family centre

    Jackson Hole is famous for having some of the best terrain on the planet, and it’s high on every good skier’s and snowboarder’s all time must visit list. To drop […]

  • Cardrona opens early
    Cardrona opens early this weekend!
    May 29, 2018, Comments Off on Cardrona opens early this weekend!

    Cardrona opens early this weekend after a series of snowfalls have left the South Island favourite with a 90cm base as of 28 May! Cardrona is opening for skiing and […]

  • Cam Bolton charging at Buller
    Buller boasts Australia’s best ski terrain
    May 21, 2018, Comments Off on Buller boasts Australia’s best ski terrain

    Buller is simply Australia’s best for more challenging terrain options. It’s something any keen skier or boarder will notice on the drive up if it’s a clear day – Buller […]

  • tree skiing Hotham
    Hotham Australia’s Powder Capital
    May 6, 2018, Comments Off on Hotham Australia’s Powder Capital

    Check out the spectacular “Japow Downunder” feature in out latest issue and you’ll soon see why Hotham is Australia’s Powder Capital. Set deep in the heart of the mountains, right […]

  • Riding toward Mt Aspiring
    Ski assault on Mt Aspiring the ‘Matterhorn of the South’
    April 8, 2018, Comments Off on Ski assault on Mt Aspiring the ‘Matterhorn of the South’

    Mt Aspiring – or Tititea (“Steep peak of Glistening White” in Maori*) has a national park named after it, and is often called the Matterhorn of the Southern Hemisphere. It […]

  • Cardrona New Zealand March snow
    New Zealand smashes ski season record in 2017
    March 18, 2018, Comments Off on New Zealand smashes ski season record in 2017

    The New Zealand ski season was their best ever, with skier days up to 1.6 million at their commercial ski areas. That’s an 8% increase on 2016, and an average […]

  • boarding with Mt Cook Heliski
    Mt Cook Heliski New Zealand at its best
    March 1, 2018, Comments Off on Mt Cook Heliski New Zealand at its best

    Mt Cook Heliski delivers New Zealand’s most spectacular ski and snowboard experience amid the highest peaks in the country. This is huge high alpine terrain to rival anywhere, so no […]

  • Skiing and boarding at friendly Mt Baw Baw
    Mt Baw Baw adds snow factory guarantees snow
    February 28, 2018, Comments Off on Mt Baw Baw adds snow factory guarantees snow

    Mt Baw Baw is adding a snow factory to guarantee snow for the 2018 season! And you can still grab their 2018 Early Bird Season Pass offer for $299 which […]