Spring skiing

As winter gracefully bows out and spring sweeps into Wanaka, the local landscape undergoes a magical transformation. The Southern Alps trade their crisp white winter coat for vibrant green, and the town itself starts buzzing with an energy unique to this season. However, for skiing enthusiasts, spring doesn’t mark the end of the fun. In fact, it often brings some of the best skiing conditions of the year.


Cardrona Alpine Resort: Your Spring Skiing Paradise


The Cardrona Alpine Resort is a name that resonates with skiing aficionados worldwide. And when spring arrives in Wanaka, this resort becomes an absolute playground for snow enthusiasts. Recent storms have generously blanketed the slopes with 46 cm of fresh, powdery snow, creating the perfect canvas for skiers and snowboarders of all levels.


Treble Cone: Where Skiing Dreams Soar 


But that’s not all. Just a short drive away from Cardrona lies Treble Cone, another jewel in Wanaka’s skiing crown. Renowned for its stunning vistas and varied terrain, Treble Cone offers a unique spring skiing experience. Imagine carving down the mountain with the breathtaking Lake Wanaka as your backdrop. It’s a view that’s bound to leave you in awe.


Why Spring Skiing in Wanaka?


  1. Warmer Temperatures: Spring skiing means more pleasant weather. You can trade in multiple layers for lighter gear and enjoy the slopes under the gentle caress of the sun.


  1. School Holidays: If you’re visiting with family, the spring school holidays are an ideal time to hit the slopes. Wanaka offers excellent family-friendly skiing options.


  1. Extended Daylight: Longer daylight hours mean more time to explore the stunning terrain. You can squeeze in those extra runs and still have time to savor the breathtaking vistas.


  1. Powder Days: Wanaka’s reputation for its late-season powder is well-deserved. Fresh snowfall often graces the slopes well into spring, ensuring you can experience that “first tracks” feeling.


  1. Fewer Crowds: While winter in Wanaka attracts skiers from all over the world, spring offers a more relaxed and peaceful skiing experience with fewer crowds.


What to Expect on the Slopes?


Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting your skiing journey, Wanaka’s slopes cater to all levels. Cardrona and Treble Cone both boast a wide range of trails, from gentle beginner slopes to thrilling black runs. If you’re new to skiing, it’s an excellent time to take lessons and build your skills.


Off the Slopes: Wanaka’s Spring Delights


Wanaka is not just about skiing; it’s a year-round paradise. While you’re here, take the time to explore the charming town and its surroundings. Enjoy lakeside walks, visit local boutiques, or indulge in exquisite dining experiences at Wanaka’s top restaurants.


Plan Your Spring Skiing Adventure in Wanaka!


If you’re craving some late-season skiing fun, Wanaka is the place to be this spring. Cardrona’s and Treble Cone’s fresh powder, coupled with the region’s stunning natural beauty, creates an unforgettable experience.


Whether you’re seeking thrilling slopes, a tranquil lakeside escape, or a taste of local culture, Wanaka has it all. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to enjoy spring skiing in one of New Zealand’s most picturesque destinations.


Pack your gear, book your stay at Wanaka Haven, and get ready for an exhilarating spring skiing adventure!


Please note that skiing conditions may vary, so check with local resorts for the latest updates and safety guidelines.


Ready to hit the slopes? Book your stay and experience spring skiing like never before!