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Best ski resorts New Zealand for advanced skiers, free-riders

3 Test reports: Sorted according to evaluation criteria - Advanced skiers, free-riders

Altitude info
1600 m - 2322 m (Difference 722 m)
Slopes
100 km
20 km
55 km
25 km
Ski lifts
8
Lift ticket
NZ$ 99,- / approx. € 63,- (Day ticket main season)
Total result
3.4 of 5 Star
Advanced skiers, freeriders
5 of 5 Star
Altitude info
1630 m - 2300 m (Difference 670 m)
Slopes
100 km
25 km
50 km
25 km
Ski lifts
14
Lift ticket
NZ$ 99,- / approx. € 63,- (Day ticket main season)
Total result
3.3 of 5 Star
Advanced skiers, freeriders
4 of 5 Star
Altitude info
1780 m - 2000 m (Difference 220 m)
Slopes
3 km
2.5 km
0 km
0.5 km
Ski lifts
2
Lift ticket
NZ$ 50,- / approx. € 32,- (Day ticket main season)
Total result
1.9 of 5 Star
Advanced skiers, freeriders
2 of 5 Star
Test Reports
Highlights
Families and children
Slope preparation
Highlights
Families and children
Arrival, on-site parking
Ski Special • Tips for the ski holiday
Photos
Events
Kitzbuehel
2015-01-23 – 2015-01-25
Soelden
2015-04-23 – 2015-04-26
Lifts and Cable Cars
Axamer Lizum
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Austria | Kids up on the Mountain, Prices “down in the valley“
In Top Form for Families: St. Jakob in the Defereggental Ski Centre gets the kids on their skis and the whole family in swing with children’s prices through 18 years of age. more...
Test Reports
Highlights
Families and children
Slope offering, run variety
Austria | Ski resort Hochzillertal
As of December 2013, there will be a new 6-person chairlift and a new 8-person chairlift at Hochzillertal. Both lifts will be equipped with weather protectors and seat heaters. more...
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