Purchasing a lift-pass can be an large inclusion on your New Zealand ski holiday, so it’s important to give it some thought before you book. The Queenstown Super Pass is regarded as Queenstown’s most flexible lift pass. You can use it as a full day lift pass at Coronet Peak or The Remarkables any day of the 2020 season. Here you can enjoy stunning views, sun-soaked bowls , gentle beginner slopes, terrain parks and some of the best off-piste riding in New Zealand. Or, if you need a break from skiing, you can exchange a Superpass for credit towards an off-mountain activity, dining or some retail therapy at participating merchants. For a truly memorable experience, you can also swap your Superpass for a Twilight Pass on Wednesday, Friday or Saturday nights (12:30 – 9pm). If you feel like taking a scenic drive you can also use your Superpass at Mt Hutt too.
As of 2020 lift passes purchased for Cardrona can also be used at Treble Cone. Snap up a lift pass at Treble Cone and witness the highest average annual snowfall in the country on a mountain known for its extraordinary terrain and advanced skiing conditions. For the all-round skiing experience, you can’t go past Cardrona lift pass – New Zealand’s fun and friendly mountain known for reliable snow conditions, wide groomed runs and extensive beginner/intermediate terrain. Plus, no matter how old your kids are, the will have fun at Snow Sports HQ at Cardrona! Here you’ll find a Ski Kindy, a licensed childcare centre for 3 months – under 5 years old. There are also facilities to cater for kids aged 5-14 years, with full day group and ski and snowboard lessons. Contact us if you would like a quote for ski lessons for any mountain while you are in New Zealand.
Many people think of Queenstown when they are planning their NZ ski holiday, but for other truly Kiwi experiences, think of Mt Hutt lift pass. Located just 90 minutes drive from Christchurch and 35 minutes from the ski town of Methven, Mt Hutt is a great value alternative to the other mountains.