The good news is skiing has the go-ahead for 2020 in New Zealand!
But everyone’s still thinking, can you do it safely, right?
Happily, where there’s a will, there’s a way.
The Best Scenario
Will you be able to ski in Queenstown and Wanaka this winter? YES!
We’ve been keeping a close eye on the future of skiing in New Zealand for 2020. Snopro founder Justin is keeping his ear close to the ground and finding out the best possible scenario for the ski season.
So the awesome news is that you can ski from late June. A few weeks later than usual but the mountains will be open in time for the school holidays.
Everyone is collaborating - from the top of government to local businesses in order to ensure the safe opening of ski fields. More...
Having your ski hire delivered is not simply a luxury anymore, it's what you’ve come to expect.
After all, you can get everything else delivered in this world so why not ski rental.
And there’s no way you’re going to go back to standing in rental shop queues, we won’t allow it! More...
Snopro is approaching its 10th year in 2020.
Nearly 11 years since the first incarnation of the logo was created.
Now, having proven itself as an established business, it feels the right time to update Snopro.
Introducing the new look Snopro.
There's a small cult out there.
One you probably didn’t know existed.
Hidden amongst the mountains while others sleep, operating in the early morning shadows and deep into the dark night.
Who thought mountains were just for skiing and boarding? Not Cardrona, Remarks and Coronet Peak! Every winter we are lucky enough to have a great variety of events that take place across the peaks around Queenstown and Wanaka. We thought we would bring together the best of them so you can mark them down in your diaries, get your skis or board (from Snopro of course!) and head up the mountain to check them out...
Winter Games NZ - August 23 - September 8
The Winter Games NZ are back! This event spans over two and a half weeks and brings together some of the best winter sports talents to Queenstown and Wanaka. Although many of the events are More...