Skiing in New Zealand is easy if you have the right information. At Ski Express we aim to have all the answers to your questions. If you can’t find it on our website then please ask one of our ski specialists. They’ve heard plenty of curly questions over the years and it is very rare they can’t find the answer you need.
In New Zealand you can choose from some truly amazing ski fields spread throughout the country and offering a huge array of facilities with a plethora of challenging runs. Need more? Skiing New Zealand is not just about world class snow fields. Combine the slopes with memorable sightseeing attractions and nature experiences as well as fantastic bars, pubs and restaurants and you will discover that New Zealand is so much more than just a snow holiday!
Unfortunately, New Zealand isn’t a Ski In and Ski Out location, which means that you will need to get transport each day to and from your accommodation or nearby town to the ski field. Luckily, in most cases it will be a drive of only 25 to 45 min. To learn about driving times and eating, and sightseeing tips on our favourite New Zealand destinations, please visit the links below:
Learning to Ski in New Zealand
With a variety of locations, facilities and dedicated snow professionals to get you up and carving, New Zealand is the perfect destination for learners. For those who are willing to give it a try, Ski Express has holiday packages specifically designed for first timers, and special featured content with tips for beginners.
Kids Clubs and Family Ski Holidays
When it comes to family snow holidays, its hard to beat New Zealand. On top of having fantastic Off the Snow activities, many ski fields offer handy kids club options to look after and help your little ones. Make sure you read our Family Ski Holidays featured content if you are planning to hit the snow. You might also want to have a look at our Family Packages.
Have an issue? Need Assistance?
If you have made a booking with us and you are thinking of something else you need help with, if there is a problem with the documentation you have received or there is just generally something about your experience with us that you would like to let us know about, please call us on 0800 650 333, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out our contact form. You can also get in touch with our fantastic Queenstown crew who are keen to help you with any situation your holiday throws up. Call us on 0800 650 333 or 03 442 4644 or drop into our service desk in Queenstown at 9 Duke Street in the Snow Centre.