Night skiing is very popular with Aussies, who can realistically be at work in the morning and skiing at night on the same day thanks to a number of well-priced flights ex Australia.
“This mid-week option now opens up more itinerary choices for them when visiting Queenstown in July,” he said. It’s now not just weekends, but in July you can ski under the stars on hump day.”
“Night and Twilight skiing are more than just the extension of a day’s skiing. It is an entirely different, more magical experience, made even better by an awesome on-mountain après experience eating pizzas and burgers whilst enjoying a mulled wine on a heated deck near a roaring fire.”
Night skiiers will also be able to enjoy two new additions to the floodlit trails. Running off the side of the M1 trail Duncan’s Dance, a rolling terraced run, and the Pro Am run alongside the lower Coronet Express will be lit up for 2017 night skiing adding to the many runs on offer.