NZSKI

No more ski patrols for veteran NZSki manager

NZSki Coronet Peak manager Hamish McCrostie is leaving the company after 32 years.

Snow-making boost to head off climate change

In "an era of climate change", NZSki has been given approval in principle to substantially boost its artificial snow-making capacity.

Fresh snow, fine weather as challenging season ends

Fresh snow and a bluebird day marked the end of a "challenging" 2012 winter season for NZSki in Queenstown yesterday.

Make your own luck, industry told

Make your own luck, industry told

Tourism figures say the industry should concentrate on mitigating risk and creating opportunities in the current difficult climate.

Search on after just 18 minutes

Search on after just 18 minutes

Just 18 minutes after being alerted about Thursday's avalanche, searchers were out on the Remarkables skifield.

Ski fields delighted

Ski fields delighted

Despite Coronet Peak receiving "some particularly harsh treatment from last week's spring storms", NZSki is celebrating the deep, powdery outcome.

Bridge nearing completion

Completion of the McChesney Bridge upgrade is on track and dependent on the the ski season ending.

Father's Day activities join others on Sunday

NZSKI lift operator Megan Burke is stocking up on eggs and spoons before Father's Day on Sunday.

NZSki lift, trail plans welcomed

Proposals by NZSki Ltd for a new 1.3km Curvey Basin chairlift, plus two new ski trails, snow-making facilities and more development at the Remarkables ski area have been welcomed by a veteran snow industry operator and a former world-level athlete in Queenstown.

Big plans for Remarkables

Big plans for Remarkables

A multimillion-dollar development proposed for the Remarkables ski area, the largest in its 26-year history, shows the confidence NZSki Ltd has in Queenstown, NZSki chief executive James Coddington says.

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