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  • 5 nights in south island winter away from ski resorts - where to stay?

    …In South Island Winter Away From Ski Resorts Where To Stay New Zealand Travel Forum - View All Questions Ask a Question Search Q 5 nights in south island winter away from ski resorts - where to stay? (Otago - Ski and Snowboard Tours) Steven - 23rd Nov, 2017 Hi. We are spending 12 nights in the south

  • Ski Fields New Zealand

    …on skiing and snowboarding in New Zealand. Ski and Snowboard Directory The following information provides an overview about the main skiing and snowboarding areas around New Zealand. North Island Ski Areas Ruapehu, Taranaki South Island Ski Areas Nelson, North Canterbury, Canterbury, South

  • Skiing in New Zealand, Snowboarding in New Zealand

    …of sunscreen on hand. Ski Fields View detailed information on New Zealand's ski fields. North Island: * Manganui Ski Area * Tukino * Whakapapa & Turoa (Mt Ruapehu) South Island: * Broken River * Cardrona * Coronet Peak * Craigieburn Valley * Fox Peak * Hanmer Springs Ski Area * Mt Cheeseman * Mt…

  • New Zealand Holiday Accommodation

    …from the top of the North Island to the bottom of the South Island. Finding New Zealand holiday accommodation is easy with New Zealand Tourism Guide. We have a huge range of accommodations available to choose from, including five star hotels, luxury lodges, beach resorts, budget backpackers and…

  • Cardrona Valley New Zealand, Cardrona Information New Zealand

    …Cardrona Alpine Resort ski field and Waiorau Snow Farm, New Zealand's only Nordic ski area. With trails open for mountain biking in the summer months, the Cardrona Valley is a popular route for those wanting to combine some adventure activity with a scenic drive. South of Rivendell / Misty…

  • FAQ's about New Zealand, Frequently Asked Questions About New Zealand

    New Zealand varies between seasons, and is warmer the further north you go. In winter, the ocean temperature surrounding the lower South Island drops as low as 8°C, whilst around the upper North Island water temperatures average around 15°C. In summer the sea temperature around the South

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