Five 'hot' things to do in the Queenstown cold this winter!

What's hot in Queenstown this winter? Lots of things! These are our top five must-dos!

What's hot this winter?  Lots of things! Even if you are not a skier or snow-boarder there is plenty for you to do in New Zealand this winter. Here are our top five absolute must-dos! 

1. Heli-ski from Whare Kea Chalet

One of the only places in New Zealand with ski in, ski out mountain access. Accessible only by heli, this is the ultimate ski experience. With Instagram worthy scenery, you will be the envy of all your friends. From here you will be heli-ed onto exclusive untracked, virgin snow, be taken on 10 - 12 runs and ski back into the Chalet for morning tea, lunch and après ski drinks.

2. Ice Driving

Think you’ve got what it takes to race a performance car on snow and ice? As the only ice driving experience in the Southern Hemisphere it's an absolute must-do. Experience the thrills of drifting on the snow circle, driving along the expertly crafted ice tracks and creating memories that you'll want to share with your friends.

3. Dog Sledding

Experience a northern tradition in the Southern Alps of New Zealand! Enjoy the exhilaration as your sled cuts through the mountain trails, with no noise other than the sound of your dogs' feet shuffling through the snow. You can experience these amazing animals from the basket of a guided sled or, for the more adventurous, on the back of your own team, driving them through the stunning alpine trails.

4. Snow shoeing

A great opportunity to visit the untouched back country of Otago, experiencing beauty which is inaccessible to many. If you envisage large tennis rackets on your feet, have no fear, things have got a lot more 'high-tech' and you'll feel as if you're floating on snow.

5. Après ski amongst the stars

No winter holiday is complete without a spot of après ski!

Enjoy one of Queenstown’s best kept secrets, The Deck offers stunning views of Queenstown and the stars, while enjoy cocktails and delicious food wrapped up in a blanket next to the open fire.

 

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