Hundreds of multisport athletes tackled the 21st running of the R & R Sports Peak to Peak on Saturday. Talented multisport stars lined up alongside the weekend warriors to compete in this longest running winter multi-sport event in the country.
Treble Cone has enjoyed a great run of cold temps for snowmaking combined with blue sky days for enjoying skiing and snowboarding over the last fortnight.
A “significant” and brave investment that is helping the tourism industry succeed was praised by Deputy Prime Minister Bill English today (Friday July 25) when he officially opened the new Curvey Basin chairlift at The Remarkables ski area in Queenstown.
A mountaineer's winter climb of Mt Aspiring has been described as "possibly the finest alpine achievement of New Zealand's modern era".
Talented Ice Carvers competed in the 2014 Treble Cone Ice Carving Competition over the weekend.
Drivers are urged to take care on highways after a night of snowfall and icy conditions.
Sixteen of New Zealand’s most promising young ski racers took part in a development camp at Queenstown’s Coronet Peak ski field last week under the watchful eye of US world cup ski team coach, Chris Knight.
A large and "very rare" avalanche has engulfed a climber's hut on Mount Cook Aoraki.
Snow Sports New Zealand is pleased to announce the selection of its National Ski Racing, Skier Cross and Adaptive Snow Sports Teams and Development Squads.