NZ ski areas open for business

Originally Published: June 29, 2011
By Megan Michelson | ESPN Action Sports

Despite a lack of snow that delayed ski area openings for weeks, ski resorts in New Zealand are finally starting to open for the winter season.

On June 27, Mt. Hutt, in the South Island's Canterbury region, became the country's first resort to open, although with just one operating chairlift. "We don't yet have sufficient snow to open other trails, and there'll be no off-piste skiing, but the fact that we can open with what we have is due to our ability to make snow consistently ...

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