Ski NZ and information for accommodation and the New Zealand Ski fields
New Zealand offers some of the worlds best snow and ski slopes, from the North Island to the South Island in NZ , you’ll find what you’re looking for in ski fields and accommodation resorts for your next holiday. This country is world renowned as a skiing and snowboarding destination, offering staggering varieties of experiences against a backdrop of magnificent scenery.
Below is a list of Snow and Ski Fields on both the south and north islands of New Zealand, you may click on an item from the list and explore further into the great holiday destination of New Zealand.
Accessible from Christchurch -
- Broken River
- Fox Peak
- Hanmer Springs
- Mt Cheeseman
- Mt Hutt
- Mt Lyford
- Mt Olympus
- Porter Heights
Accessible from Queenstown -
Accessible from both Queenstown & Christchurch -
When it comes to snowboarding and skiing, New Zealand's got it with everything from fully equipped resort snow accommodation to small club fields accessed by hiking through pristine forest. With a variety of slopes to choose from, including Mount Hutt and Whakapapa, New Zealand has slopes that will curve your enthusiasm to do it again and again whilst staying in your luxury ski accommodation.
New Zealand offers amazing picturesque scenery and with an immaculate snow season every year, it’s becoming a hot spot for keen skiers and winter holiday fanatics to visit, making it a hot spot each winter. All of this is wrapped around scenery that never fails to make your jaw drop, with spectacular mountains rising out of ice blue lakes and verdant green valleys, white-topped volcanoes and lush rainforest, your next holiday to New Zealand is seeming more luxurious by the moment. The most popular destination for skiers in New Zealand is definitely Queenstown so if this is your chosen destination then you had better book your Queenstown accommodation really early.
Other great skiing and snowboarding destinations throughout New Zealand include the Remarkables, Mt Ohau, Treble Cone and Fox peak.