New Zealand Winter Snow Season Outlook… IT’S ON!

New Zealand Winter Snow Season Outlook… IT’S ON!

We are excited to announce that with the drop in COVID-19 restrictions to Level 1, the New Zealand Ski Resorts are set to keep the chairs spinning all winter long.

Despite earlier concerns that our anticipated mountain-life mightn’t get the green light, it has been confirmed we are on! With Coronet Peak set to open June 26, The Remarkables from July 4 and Mt Hutt kicking off the lift spinning on June 12... just to name a few. The 2020 snow season is looking good!

With normal resort operations set to resume for winter 2020, it’s time to pack your F-Light Board bag, grab your Gum Series Jacket to match with this team pick, the Search Bib. The mountains are calling.

The upcoming school holidays amid the winter months will be the perfect time to explore your home turf and make the most of New Zealand’s closed borders.

Resorts to explore this winter, in order of opening date:

Mt Hutt: OPEN June 12th
Cardrona: OPEN June 26th
Coronet Peak: OPEN June 26th
Porters: OPEN June 26th
Roundhill: OPEN June 27th
Ohau: OPEN June 27th
Treble Cone: OPEN June 27th
Mt Ruapehu: OPEN July 1st
Turoa: OPEN July 1st
Whakapapa: OPEN July 1st
Broken River: OPEN July 3rd
Mt Dobson: OPEN July 3rd
The Remarkables: OPEN July 4th
Craigieburn: OPEN July 17th
Mt Rainbow: OPEN July 24th
Mt Olympus: OPEN August 2nd (estimated)
Temple Basin: CLOSED for the season.

Ride safe crew and enjoy hitting the hills on your doorstep.