National Skifield Information:  New Zealand ski & snowboarding season will be from June to October 2018 * The Remarkables (Queenstown) is closed for the season, Coronet Peak (Queenstown) is closed for the season, Mt Hutt (Christchurch) is closed for the season, Cardrona (Wanaka) is open, Treble Cone (Wanaka) is open, Whakapapa (National Park) is closed for the season & Turoa (Ohakune) is closed for the season
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With the deepest, most reliable snow in the Southern Hemisphere and unbeatable panoramic scenery - big mountains, big snow, big sky and ski towns and resorts that know how to rock - its a great way to  discover the natural wonders and beauty of New Zealand's alpine wonderland with Bus'N'Ski New Zealand.

With dramatic snow action to suit all snowboarders and skiers of all abilities, New Zealand skifields offers the ultimate winter break.

All major skifields in New Zealand meet international ski standards, are located near towns that are serviced by regular bus and coach services and offer an excellent range of accommodation to suit all budgets.

Each ski town/resort have their own unique attractions, scenery and social events, like the Queenstown Winter Festival, the Ruapehu Mardi Gras in Ohakune to name a few.

With Bus'N'Ski, you can choose from a range of suggested bus travel and accommodation options to all of New Zealand's major ski and snowboarding fields - the North Island skifields of Whakapapa near National Park and Turoa near Ohakune to the major South Island skifields of The Remarkables and Coronet Peak near Queenstown, Treble Cone and Cardrona near Wanaka and Mt Hutt near Christchurch.

With Bus'N'Ski Auckland to Queenstown ski route - you can travel from Auckland to National Park to ski and snowboard at Whakapapa skifield on Mt Ruapehu located on the central volcanic plateau of the New Zealand's North Island, then travel south to Wellington and Christchurch by bus and ferry, to ski Mt Hutt located west of Christchurch.  From Christchurch, travel onto Queenstown - the South Island's alpine resort town to ski and snowboard on Queenstown's skifields of Coronet Peak and the Remarkables.

Alternatively, after skiing Coronet Peak or the Remarkables in Queenstown and wanting to travel north from Queenstown to Auckland, then there is the Bus'N'Ski Queenstown to Auckland ski route, that includes Mt Hutt skifield west of Christchurch and the Whakapapa skifield at National Park in the North Island.

If your New Zealand ski or snowboarding experience is starting in Christchurch - ski or snowboard Mt Hutt, then travel south to Wanaka to ski or snowboard Wanaka's skifields of Cardrona and Treble Cone before heading off to Queenstown to ski and snowboard Coronet Peak and The Remarkables using Bus'N'Ski Christchurch to Queenstown ski route.


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