Wanaka Ski Resort
Lake Wanaka - a land of striking mountains, deep alpine lakes and air as clear as crystal. Long hot summers and cold snowy winters create a land of outdoor adventures - Mount Aspiring National Park and four international alpine resorts are on the doorstep. A land for relaxing, surrounded by scenery that feeds the soul and inspires the heart. A land to enjoy award-winning Central Otago wines and fine food, to experience arts and culture influenced by its spectacular setting. A land that seduces you with its beauty to stay and immerse yourself in this piece of paradise called Lake Wanaka. Lake Wanaka... rejuvenation of the soul.
Renowned for deep Nor’-west powder days, Treble Cone’s proximity to New Zealand’s Southern Alps and high altitude means reliable natural snow and good ski conditions all season. One day is not enough to fully enjoy this popular mountain. Full base lodge facilities include café and bar, childcare, rental centre, accessory shop, ski and snowboard school and medical centre.
Treble Cone skiing terrain comprises two basins differentiated by aspect and formation. The mountain offers dedicated slopes for beginners, long and wide intermediate groomed trails, plus thrilling runs to challenge even the most accomplished skiers and riders. Off-piste skiing and freeriding is legendary with chutes, bowls, gullies, natural half-pipes and terrain features.
New Zealand’s total family resort, Cardrona offers the best options for kids, with two licensed Early Childhood Centres (Cardrona Kindys) and two dedicated centres for our extensive Kids Ski & Snowboard School. Cardrona is also an incredible playground for freestyle skiers and boarders. Slope facilities include three terrain parks with a wide range of rails and jumps, up to 3 halfpipes, and a Gravity Cross course. In 2010 The Valley View Quad chairl opended, which is opens up even more intermediate and advanced skiing and riding terrain. This new additional will increase Cardrona’s vertical drop to 600m!
Cardrona Alpine Resort offers something for everyone, from those wanting to experience the joy of skiing for the first time to those that just can’t live without their fix of winter excitement. Central to everyone is the need to know just where to go on the mountain to enjoy them, and that’s where this handy Trail Map can help you to chart the quickest route to your chosen activity.
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