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舊 2013-05-31, 20:22   #1
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NZ 2013 season

General Manager of Snow Park NZ indicated that there’s not enough time following the transition to get Snow Park NZ up and running for the 2013 ski and snowboard season.

Snow Park NZ is prepared to stay closed for the 2013 winter as it plans to restructure itself. However, it has not ruled out operating on an ad-hoc basis.

此篇文章於 2013-06-25 21:05 被 Mike 編輯。.
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Mt Hutt was closed for a day because of too much snow.

A triple chairlift at Mt Hutt has been seriously damaged by a large avalanche detonated by ski patrollers. The incident occurred during safety work following one of the heaviest snowstorms in the country's skiing history

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/new...day-phenomenal

Another TV news report from 3 News ...

http://www.3news.co.nz/Controlled-av...4/Default.aspx
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舊 2013-06-25, 21:33   #3
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今年好大雪,好多路都受影響。

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May I ask would skiing around queenstown from 14-22/9/2013 too late for the ski season?? How's the snow condition at that time?
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May I ask would skiing around queenstown from 14-22/9/2013 too late for the ski season?? How's the snow condition at that time?
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舊 2013-07-04, 22:10   #6
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Thanks for your reply!
Would u recommend going at that time?
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Thanks for your reply!
Would u recommend going at that time?
On a normal year, it should be OK.
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舊 2013-07-21, 04:33   #8
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On a normal year, it should be OK.
So far the snow seems to be holding out well and all the resorts in New Zealand have done well with the snow storm at the start of the season, this season could be one of the best - especially as it is the best start for many many years!

And if there is lots of snow now, then the chance of the mountain air being colder for new snow (instead of rain) is better. So theoretically we should have a brilliant season, lasting to end of September.

Spring is slushy, but that is NZ. Just have to adjust riding and stay higher up and know which side of mountain/pistes are usually in the shade.

My tip is Saddle Basin area in Treblecone, and a good few days in Cardrona/Remarkables snowpark.

It is still possible for fresh snow well into October (many resorts close because the roads go through farms and they close access in spring for lambing). I managed a powder day on October 8th before, so as with any resort follow the snow forecast and chase the snow

http://www.snow-forecast.com/countri...aland/resorts/

Resorts distance from Queenstown:
Coronet Peak 25 mins
Remarkables 40 mins
Cardrona 60 mins
Treblecone 90mins
Ohau 2.5hrs
Dobson 3hrs
Hutt 5hrs

Have fun and send us some pictures!
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舊 2013-08-20, 13:19   #9
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Missing skier found

Treble Cone - Missing skier found alive but with broken legs

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/new...th-broken-legs
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舊 2013-09-06, 06:42   #10
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Just reported in the news:

A raging snowstorm left hundreds stranded at Mt. Hutt ski area on Wednesday night as patrollers mitigated the avalanche risk created by the blizzard.
More than 300 guests were trapped at Mt. Hutt for most of last night as employees worked to make the access road safe to descend.

Following more than 20 cm of new snow, accompanied by heavy winds that caused the new snow to drift, ski area officials closed the access road at around noon on Wednesday. Patrollers detonated explosives on the cliffs above the access road in an attempt to intentionally trigger avalanches.

“We made a decision to close the mountain at 11:30 (Wednesday) morning and a number of people made it safely down the road,” the Manager said. “However, at midday a combination of new snow blowing around everywhere and wind gusts of up to 45 kph, especially around the Saddles, meant visibility along the upper section of the access road deteriorated to the extent we closed the road completely.”

The ski area provided food and drink for those trapped, who passed the time by playing cards and finding other activities to occupy their time. Ski area officials reopened the road at around 2 a.m. local time Thursday morning and guests were finally allowed to leave. Buses transporting Mt. Hutt College students led the parade down the mountain, followed by guests in private vehicles and finally Mt. Hutt staff.

The ski area remained closed on Thursday, Officials hope to reopen the mountain on Friday, weather permitting.

Meanwhile a 44-year-old snowboarder fell more than 150 meters to her death on Saturday at Whakapapa while trying to retrieve her snowboard. She became separated from her snowboard while descending an easier run at the resort with her frriend. She ventured into the Amphitheatre section of the ski area in search of the runaway snowboard when she apparently lost her footing and fell 15 meters before plummeting another 150 meters down a cliff face.
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