New Zealand snow accommodation is mostly situated off snow in nearby resort towns and cities. Queenstown provides accommodation for Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Cardrona and some other nearby resorts. Treble Cone and Mount Oahu are better accessed from Wanaka but can be accessed from Queenstown also. Mount Hutt is Accessed from Christchurch along with a number of other smaller ski resorts. Crisp, clean air, the glittering white powder of New Zealand snow holiday is world renowned. Strap on the gear, and head for some of the best skiing in the Southern Hemisphere. With New Zealand emerging as one of the world’s premiere ski destinations, the wide range of NZ Snow accommodation is the perfect place to find your base of operations.
New Zealand's ski seasons vary, but generally speaking are from early June until October in the South Island, and late June to mid November in the North Island. There's certainly no shortage of options when it comes to that perfect snow holiday in New Zealand.
Whether it's Coronet Peak and The Remarkables in Queenstown: The wide range of snow accommodation Queenstown allows you to experience all that the area has to offer. Queeenstowns range includes self contained apartments, Hotels, Motels and hostels at every level of comfort. Whether you want to experience the all day snow fun, or the after ski culture New Zealand snow accommodation can find just what suites you best..
Treble Cone and Cardrona at Wanaka: With Cardrona mainly catering to the beginners of skiing, and Treble Cone’s terrain suiting all skill levels, you’ll find your perfect snow experience all within a short step from our ski accommodation in Wanaka.
Mount Hutt; or Whakapapa and Turoa at Mount Ruapehu: It's not very often you can claim to have skied on an active volcano, but with our wide range of ski accommodation Ruapehu, you can say just that. At the summit is a steaming crater lake, which always keeps you aware of the volcanoes "active status". Use our ski accommodation Ruapehu to carve down natural half pipes created by lava – not something you can experience every day. Your ski holiday in New Zealand should also include some sightseeing. When your in the North Island atrip to Rotorua is essential and on the South Island such icons as mount Cook and Milford Sound should not be missed.
Skiing in New Zealand is a unique experience – even with the reliable snow fall, when the mountains are covered in fine powder, you can still see lush green countryside around. Also, unlike most other ski destinations, the majority of ski accommodation in New Zealand is off-mountain, with most skiers finding accommodation and après-ski nightlife in the surrounding towns. However, whichever destination - in the centre of town, or further afield - you require, the snow accommodation and New Zealand Ski Fields will be able to cater to your needs.
Of course, winter in New Zealand isn't simply about the skiing and snow-boarding; it's also the perfect time to take advantage of all the other activities that New Zealand has to offer. Adrenalin sports, bungy, jet boating, wine trails and sight-seeing, just to mention a few. There will always be New Zealand snow accommodation on offer for those choosing to tackle the mountains a few days at a time.