Queenstown Travel Guides - Category: Ski
Spinnaker Bay Executive Apartments in Queenstown are the perfect accommodations to base yourself on your ski adventure this 2022 season. This Ski Guide will help you decide where to ski this winter based on location, ranking and prices.
The Remarkables are hosting a number of winter events this coming weekend, from August 5th to 7th 2021. Come and book your accommodation with us and join in on the fun!
Blower pow, butter, chunder, champagne powder... ski lingo at its best! Read on for our series on all the lingo you need to board or ski like a local on Coronet Peak or The Remarkables, in Queenstown...
This is the first of a few posts which explore the slang lingo we use in and around the ski mountains down here in Queenstown New Zealand. Have fun reading this and speak with confidence about your ski holiday!
Check out our local recommendations for the easiest stress-free ski or snowboard rentals this 2021 season in Queenstown New Zealand.
It's winter in Queenstown (2021), so let's look at our four ski fields - Close to home we have Coronet Peak & The Remarkables, while a little further afield we have Cadrona and Treble Cone. This is your summative guide to what each offer....
Skiing at The Remarkables in Queenstown New Zealand has something for everyone from perfect learner and family slopes to serious off-piste chutes and powder. Check out our guide to everything on the Remarkables ski area.
Queenstown in winter is a fabulous destination, topped by two great ski fields within an hours drive - The Remarkables and Coronet Peak. Read here for an update on what skiing in Queenstown during 2020 looks like...
Come Stay and Play at Spinnaker Bay Apartments in Queenstown and enjoy our fabulously renovated kitchens, offering spectacular views of Lake Wakatipu and beyond, in a great social environment. Come Stay and Play!
Introducing our playful, inquisitive, fun and entertaining alpine mountain parrot - the Kea! That's until you return from you ski to find your wiper blade missing. If you are in Queenstown and up skiing, and have the good fortune to see a Kea in flight or near your car - don't approach... here's why!