The New Zealand Alpine National Slalom Championships were held at Coronet Peak today, the official ski area partner of the New Zealand Alpine Ski Team. Olympian Adam Barwood (Queenstown) would be looking to defend the national title which he has held since 2012.
Blue skies, sunshine and hard packed powder greeted racers today for day one of the New Zealand Alpine National Championships & Coronet Cup hosted by Coronet Peak, the official ski area partner of the New Zealand Alpine Ski Team.
With numerous rock hazards off-trail, we strongly recommend the use of helmets at Mt Hutt. Drop into our retail shop to check out the wide range of helmets we have in stock and the 20% discount we are running today on selected models.
Sunscreen, tee shirts, hats, all sorts of Remarkables summer gear available in the retail store, pop in and take away some memories of the great spring days. Today we host the 2nd Streets "Mini Shred" series with under 14, 12 & 10 year olds tapping it out in the Beginners terrain park. Free entry, see the guys down in Guest Services.
Come and join in the fun and excitement in the Kea Club treasure hunt up Coronet Peak. Race around the mountain and follow the clues to the grand prize! This is a great event for the kids and it sure to be a heap of fun, and if you like frozen treats keep an eye out for Spike and Shred and their friend the Paddle Pop Lion who are also coming to see the treasure hunt fun and games!
It’s a classic snowboarding movie with KBR’s own twist. The crew of 11 snowboarders were forced to travel outside of their usual film spots due to bad snow conditions in their hometowns this season, meaning they hit a bunch of spots that nobody has ever seen before.