Skiing

  • World Travel & Tourism Council awards SafeTravels Stamp to Sun Peaks 

    Sun Peaks has been awarded the SafeTravels Stamp by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC). The SafeTravels Stamp is an internationally recognized certification that was developed in collaboration of WTTC members, leading industry partners and international travel organizations. Work began…

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  • Passage an Eaglecrest Experience

    It was my first time visiting Alaska, as well as a first time for many experiences. I have accessed resort sidecountry before, but never used a chairlift to enter thousands of untouched skiable backcountry acres adjacent to a ski area.…

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  • Skin Deep “In wild country, reward reflects effort.”

    The questions collect like the snow underski. Is it stable? Will footing hold? Is fatal error a footstep away? Rubber legs and heaving chest encourage the crashing waves of self doubt. It’s only fatigue playing tricks, but after a climb…

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  • DO you want ICE with that?

    have done my fair share of trout fishing, fished throughout New Zealand and a few places offshore and there seems to be some common factors; what they eat, when they eat, where they eat and the number one priority, how…

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  • FIRST TRACKS WANAKA GEO DOME HELI CAMP

    Travel with Adventure Consultants Wanaka’s only alpine expedition style ski camp 2, 3 or 4 day options Helicopter into and out of our comfortable high-mountain Geo Dome Camp in the remote McKerrow Range to enjoy fantastic ski touring right outside…

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  • Sun Peaks Resort announces Crystal chairlift replacement and upgrade

    Following up on significant infrastructure improvements in recent years, Sun Peaks Resort is pleased to announce replacement plans for the Crystal chairlift at Canada’s Second Largest Ski Area. The new lift will be a Doppelymayr fixed grip quad that will…

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  • RUAPEHU

    RUAPEHU By Megan Prentice Although a year round destination Ruapehu definitely comes under highlight in the winter months. Located in the middle of the North Island, south of Lake Taupo, Ruapehu is known for its famous three mountains, Mt Ruapehu,…

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  • Sun Peaks

    This weekend at Sun Peaks Resort, bright-eyed skiers and riders watched in excitement as the towers for the new Orient chairlift were flown into position by helicopter. The new four passenger fixed-grip chairlift, located in the East Village area of the…

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  • New Zealands Coronet Peak extending the 2018 ski season

    Coronet Peak, the popular Queenstown ski field, has extended the ski season by one week off the back of great snowfall in spring, continued cold temperatures and demand from locals. Instead of closing this Sunday the 30th of September, the…

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  • Panorama

    Panorama Silence, stillness and repetition are skills we do not process. TV, Bluetooth, radio, MP3, streaming, email, snapchat, twitter- the constant bleep, donk, dink of ‘you have a message’. Each day for the last 17 days I have woken not…

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