Ross Lawrence

We have lift-off

By MATTHEW MCKEW IT’S finally ready. Two years after NZSki first pitched a multi-million dollar replacement Sugar Bowl chairlift, it’ll be cranking into action this morning. The project at The Remarks was hampered a few times, first when seeking approval from Department...

One more week

By TRACEY ROXBURGH NZSki's decided to keep The Remarkables running for another full week, before opening at weekends only. The skifield turned on the chairlifts for 2020 on July 4, coinciding with school holidays, and initially intended to dial it back...

New gondola in town

NZSki's still waiting on the Department of Conservation (DoC) to make a decision on its 40-year concession application for Coronet Peak, which includes a long-term plan to install a 'snow factory' . But it's been given the green light for...
A Queenstown father is urging skiers to wear helmets after his son crashed on The Remarkables skifield last week. Paul Green said the protective head gear, which was pierced by a sharp rock, possibly saved his son’s life. Austin Green, described...
While most southern skifields surged with visitors yesterday, the Remarkables was struck by its third major power cut in five weeks. Cardrona reported its busiest day yet and Treble Cone its busiest in 22 years. Coronet Peak had to close its...
One snow-mad Queenstown family went to extreme lengths to be first on the slopes at The Remarkables on Saturday. The Gaboda family arrived at 11.30pm on Friday determined to secure spots on the first chair of the season for the...
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