An experience in the Snow with s group is unmatched. Which slopes are are skiing at?
Snowsports are one of the fastest growing sports in schools and there are plenty of opportunities to take your snowsports teams around the world. Not only will your students brush up on their skiing or snowboarding skills, they will have the opportunity to engage with a completely different culture.
Snowsports camps can be organised to improve and challenge your team’s skill on the slopes. Or you can prepare to compete with local schools or other touring teams.
We are more that happy to organise a time to chat further on how we can help you organise your group tour.
Queenstown is the most popular destination for snowsports in the South Island as it not only has great slopes, it also offers a range of thrill-seeking activities in the same area.
If you’re looking for a good snowsports destination in the North Island, Whakapapa is the place to go. It has a large ski area, it’s only a short trip over the Tasman sea and you can be skiing within a few hours of getting off the plane.
Niseko in Hokkaido, Madarao, Niigata near Nagano, Yuzawa near Minakami City - there are plenty of options to test your skiing and snowboarding skills in Japan. Only nine hours by plane and in a similar time zone, you can combine your snowsports tour with a visit to the hustle and bustle of Tokyo. On your way to Fukuoka you might want to seek out some peace at the memorial of Hiroshima.
If Japan doesn’t appeal to you, Yongpyong is the biggest ski and snowsport resort in South Korea, or you can check out Gulmarg in the Western Himalayas for an experience like no other.
Choose from Aspen, Vail, Beaver Creek in Colorado, Lake Tahoe on the border of California and Nevada, Big Sky near Yellowstone National Park. The skiing and snowboarding options are endless in the USA. Once you’ve enjoyed the slopes, travel to see Disney or Universal Studios, catch a professional American sporting fixture or learn more about American history on a city tour.
Snowsports are what Canada is known for. Visit Big White in the Okanagan Valley, Sunshine Village in Banff National Park or Whistler only two hours from Vancouver. With daily flights to Canada, this is a well-travelled path for snowsports lovers and organising a group trip is very straightforward to do.
Europe is a popular destination for skiing and snowboarding and offers many options, including Chamonix on Mont Blanc, Val d’Isere, Courchevel, Meribel and Tignes among others. Surrounded by Italy and Switzerland, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the best that Europe has to offer before or after you enjoy the snow.
Enjoy some time on the slopes after visiting the historic sites that were occupied during the two World Wars. From Spain to Austria, France to Bulgaria and Italy, the list of possible destinations is endless.
South America is a one of a kind snowsports destination. This interesting region has a lot of offer in its unique history and people, not to mention the breathtaking landscapes. Check out Santiago, Pucon in Chile or La Hoya in Patagonia.
If you prefer to stay a little closer to home, we can organise snowsports tours to popular destinations in Australia like Thredbo, Perisher, Mt Buller and Falls Creek in Victoria. This is a good option if you want to save time and money. If you’re looking for a competitive experience it’s relatively easy to match you up with suitable local teams.