Cardrona and Treble Cone dual mountain set up offer the most extensive terrain park facilities in the Southern Hemisphere with over 900 hectares of terrain for all levels, as well as truly jaw-dropping landscapes.
Their high elevation and southerly aspect mean dry natural snow is plentiful, and with the stunning Southern Lakes and the Southern Alps as a backdrop, you’ll find your dream winter escape in these mountains.
Cardrona is New Zealand’s most popular ski area, welcoming everyone from first-time skiers and snowboarders, to Olympic and X Games athletes.
Wide, open slopes offer some of the country’s most progressive terrain, home to New Zealand’s most extensive terrain parks and halfpipes, and now and incredible music festival too!
Have we mentioned legendary après you can ski into?
If you’re looking for a challenge, you’ll find it at Treble Cone. Test your limits with incredible, steep terrain, some of the Southern Hemisphere’s best snow conditions, and a jaw-dropping view as your background.
If you can ski or snowboard at TC, you can shred anywhere. TC has to be on your New Zealand bucket list – the views alone are enough to make everyone on your friends list jealous…
Four terrain parks for all abilities. Learn the basics in Lil’ Bucks, test your rail skills in Stag Lane, step up with the intermediate jump line in Antlers Alley, and send it huuuge in Big Bucks.
Cardrona is New Zealand’s home of halfpipes, with Australasia’s only 22ft Olympic Superpipe if you want to send it to the moon (or watch the pros), and a 12-14ft Minipipe to find your legs!
75ft of pure airtime… this is the jump to watch from Whitestar or McDougall’s lifts if you want to see some of the world’s best putting down massive tricks, with massive style.
"Skiers of every level will be able to enjoy themselves"
- IN THE SNOW -