The younger of the sisters (lift passes are also valid for Coronet Peak). Stunningly scenic but a lot flatter.
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Good skiing for most abilities but geared more towards learners and intermediates. 23km from Queenstown the season runs from late June to late October. Also nordic, telemark and heliskiing.
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Queenstown, Otago, the Birth Place of Bungee and adrenaline junkie heaven. Self styled international destination for “Alternative Thrill seekers”. Restaurants are diverse and many, as are the shopping facilities. Accommodation ranges from Back-Packer to 5 star. Resting on the shores of Lake Wakatipu this once Maori settlement is now a global village. Active 12 months of the year, the winter months have a particularly French flavour.