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March 18, 2021 Ski No Comments Email Email

New Zealand’s borders are poised to open to Australia again meaning there could be a winter of skiing ahead for Australians at Mt Ruapehu.

RAL CEO Jono Dean says, “Mt Ruapehu is looking forward to welcoming Australians back as soon as possible and we’re optimistic that it will be this winter. In 2021 our focus is on providing really great value to our guests and with that a return to running all of our lifts and trails.”

Mt Ruapehu offers the longest winter ski season in New Zealand on its two ski fields, Whakapapa and Tūroa.  The Happy Valley beginner slope is scheduled to open on Saturday 5 June and Whakapapa and Tūroa on Saturday 3 July. The season – snow permitting – runs through until Monday 25 October.

Ruapehu has some incredible pricing this year for skiing and boarding, especially during the week when it’s perfect to escape the crowds.  And there’s also new family package pricing for 2021.

Weekday passes are just $69AUD per day (pending exchange rate at the time) and there’s also some great family packages where 2 adults and 2 youth can ski any day of the week for $280AUD.

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