New Zealand ski fields 2010 open dates

Written on Friday, 7 May 2010 by NZTravelInsider

Read when New Zealand ski fields on the North Island and South Island are scheduled to open in 2010 for the winter season.

Several New Zealand ski fields have started winding up towards the 2010 winter season and have already published dates on which they expect to open.

Please remember that opening dates are dependent on snow conditions and the weather.

You can locate any of the ski fields listed below on the New Zealand ski fields map.

And because Queenstown is such a popular travel destination, if you’re wondering which ski fields are located near Queenstown, here’s a list of ski fields near Queenstown for your reference (from closest to farthest away): The Remarkables, Coronet Peak, Cardrona, and Treble Cone.

Below you’ll find the expected 2010 ski season opening dates for ski fields on both the North Island and South Island of New Zealand.

North Island ski fields opening dates 2010

  • Turoa: 19 June 2010
  • Whakapapa: 26 June 2010

South Island ski fields opening dates 2010

  • Coronet Peak: 5 June 2010
  • Snow Farm: 6 June 2010
  • Mount Hutt: 12 June 2010
  • The Remarkables: 19 June 2010
  • Treble Cone: 24 June 2010
  • Porters Ski Area: 25 June 2010
  • Cardrona: 25 June 2010
  • Ohau: 26 June 2010
  • Mount Dobson Ski Area: 1 July 2010
  • Rainbow Ski Area: 3 July 2010
  • Craigieburn Valley Ski Area: 3 July 2010
  • Cheeseman Ski Area: 3 July 2010
  • RoundHill: 3 July 2010
  • Hanmer Springs: 3 July 2010

Note: This article was accurate at the time it was published. Opening dates of ski fields are subject to change. Please check the web site of or contact the respective ski fields before planning your trip.

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