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Sick shred! Intrepid Travel heads to the pow with new NZ ski and snowboard trips

Intrepid Travel is carving out a new niche in adventure travel with the launch of its New Zealand Winter Active range, which features four skiing and snowboarding trips on the South Island geared for both beginners and experts.

Intrepid Travel is carving out a new niche in adventure travel with the launch of its New Zealand Winter Active range, which features four skiing and snowboarding trips on the South Island geared for both beginners and experts.

The new guided tours led by expert locals are designed to help travellers find the best skiing and snowboarding options to suit their skills and include access to iconic ski fields and ‘untamed’ ski areas that very few visitors get to see.

The Winter Active range includes the Ski New Zealand: 7 Day South Island Snow Safari from AUD$2,160, which takes in some of Aotearoa’s best-known slopes at Mt Hutt, Ohau, Treble Cone, The Remarkables, Cardrona and Coronet Peak, plus an overnight stay at the world’s largest International Dark Sky Reserve.

For more advanced ski bunnies and shredders, the Ski New Zealand: 5 Day South Island Snow Explorer from AUD$2,110 offers off-piste adventure on Porters, Broken River, Mt Olympus/Temple Basin and Craigieburn – four epic mountains considered by locals as NZ’s best-kept secrets.

Hit the slopes in Cardrona with Intrepid Travel.

Operated by Intrepid Travel’s new company Haka NZ, Intrepid Travel ANZ Managing Director Sarah Clark said the new guided-trip range responds to increasing demand for experience-rich, active and adventure-based travel and the popularity of Aotearoa getaways for the Aussie market.

“There is a Winter Active trip that suits everyone and now travellers will be able to experience a variety of diverse destinations and experiences in New Zealand,” she said.

With New Zealand now open to all international travellers, there’s never been a better time to hit the slopes.

For more, head to intrepidtravel.com/au