Day 4: Craigieburn

For big mountain skiing, Craigieburn has a well-deserved cult following among Kiwis.

Steep and deep, with wide open powder bowls and lofty narrow chutes accessed by three high-capacity rope tows servicing a vertical rise of 503m, Craigieburn leaves little to be desired.

Terrain at Craigieburn Valley is varied, exciting and challenging, with the infamous 600m vertical descent of Middle Basin (which is often compared to a heli-skiing experience) accessible by a short traverse from the tow. Craigieburn Valley offers something for everyone – except beginners.

Your dinner tonight at the Craigieburn Lodge is also included.

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INCLUDED Breakfast, Lift Pass, Harness & Nutcracker, Dinner

SLOPE INFO - Craigieburn

Difficulty: 20% Beginner, 55% Intermediate, 25% Advanced

Height: 1811m

Vertical: 503m

Skiable Area: 400ha