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Ski The Tasman


Ski The Tasman

Aoraki Mount Cook, New Zealand

01 July - 30 September

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Ski The Tasman


Ski The Tasman

Aoraki Mount Cook, New Zealand

01 July - 30 September

 
 

Explore New Zealand's largest glacier and its azure ice caves, while you make turns down our longest ski runs, at the heart of the Southern Alps.

Professionally guided by Alpine Guides, skiing the Tasman Glacier is the classic Kiwi snow adventure. 

Extraordinary Skiing for 'Ordinary' Skiers

Expertise is not required. Skiers of 'average' ability can ski the Tasman Glacier. The runs are easy to moderate (blue graded), all on natural snow.

The pace is relaxed, with time to soak up the grandeur of New Zealand’s highest mountains.

 
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Ski the Tasman Highlights


HIGHLIGHTS

- 2 runs of 8 to 10 kilometres long
- Land at 2,500 metres for a 1,000 metre ski descent
- Ideal for intermediate or first time off-piste skiers
- Explore incredible seracs and ice caves
- Small group size (up to 7 per guide)
- Picnic lunch on the snow

Ski the Tasman Highlights


HIGHLIGHTS

- 2 runs of 8 to 10 kilometres long
- Land at 2,500 metres for a 1,000 metre ski descent
- Ideal for intermediate or first time off-piste skiers
- Explore incredible seracs and ice caves
- Small group size (up to 7 per guide)
- Picnic lunch on the snow

Guided by the Professionals

Ski The Tasman is guided by Alpine Guides (Aoraki) Ltd. Based in Mount Cook since 1966, we have guided skiers on the Tasman Glacier since the early 1970’s.

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Packages


2017 Packages

Prices, Special Deals, and Accommodation Packages

Learn More >

Packages


2017 Packages

Prices, Special Deals, and Accommodation Packages

Learn More >

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Explore The Tasman


Explore The Tasman

Run Map and Glacier Statistics

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Explore The Tasman


Explore The Tasman

Run Map and Glacier Statistics

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Tick this trip off your 'bucket list' in 2017

 

Snow Update

Monday (25 September): CLOSED
Stormy/thundery weather. Spring conditions.