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New Zealand Skiing and Snowboarding, New Zealand

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CLICK-NZ.COM - New Zealand Wide

Location: New Zealand

Book your total New Zealand Experience! Let us help you plan your holiday. We have carefully chosen only the best New Zealand campervan, car, accommodation, tours, transport, activity and travel insurance suppliers. Individual expert advice for free. Receive a personal, obligation-free detailed quote. Secure online booking facilities. Wir sprechen Deutsch...(more)

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HAKA SNOW TOURS - New Zealand Wide

Location: New Zealand

Haka Tours offers a unique fully guided, small group (average of 8 people) 5, 7 and 12 day South Island Snow Tours, suitable for all abilities. Tour includes guide, transport, accommodation, lift passes and a free day in Queenstown. To view the video that follows a recent group and captures the essence of the tour, visit our website...(more)

NZSNOWTOURS - Southern Alps, New Zealand

Location: New Zealand

NZ Snow Tours has four ideal locations throughout the Southern Alps. All of the locations are perfectly situated to give easy access to the best skiing areas in New Zealand! Join other family groups on our Queenstown family package, and take the hassle out of your New Zealand snow holiday...(more)

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SKI NEW ZEALAND - South Island, North Island, New Zealand

Location: New Zealand

Winter holidays and ski packages in New Zealand - build your own package from our hand-picked accommodations, cars and activities. North Island and South Island ski resorts. As well as the skiing there are lots of other great things to enjoy. Let us plan your winter adventure...(more)

TREBLE CONE SKI AREA - Wanaka

Location: New Zealand

Treble Cone (winner of NZ's Best Ski Area 2013 & 2014) is the South Island of New Zealand's largest ski area. We offer terrain for all levels of skiers, riders & families. For beginners, try the FREE beginners' area. For intermediates to advanced, unlock long and uncrowded groomed runs, or celebrated steeps of the Motatapu Basin...(more)