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Powder snow, sunshine and uncrowded slopes are the combination that sets Ohau Snow Fields apart from the others. Ohau, as part of the Ohau Range in the Main Divide, is endowed with reliable snowfall and fine weather. From 2004 a double chair will be the main lift servicing the snowfield. There is also a platter and a fixed grip lift. The main trails and learner’s slopes are groomed regularly.
The “Boulevard” offers learners and intermediates an easy and fun skiing or snowboarding experience from the top of the chairlift down to the base facilities. The chairlift also provides access to a wide variety of slopes suitably challenging for experts and exciting for intermediates.View our lift pass prices View our snow report
Are their shuttles to the ski field?
Lake Ohau Lodge provides a shuttle bus from outside reception each morning departing at 9.15am and returning when the snow field closes or 4pm.
Can I purchase food at the ski area?
Delicious and reasonably priced food and espresso coffee is served at the Day Lodge on the mountain, which also has a log burner and sun deck.
What type of lessons does the ski area provide?
The Ohau Snow School offers a range of ski and snowboard lessons for all ages and ability levels. There is a Mountain Goats programme for children and the Ski Racing Academy for young athletes of all abilities.
Does the ski area have a terrain park?
There are many natural features but no dedicated terrain park.
Does the ski area offer any childcare or crèche services?
Ohau Snow Fields does not have a childcare or crèche service but children who are old enough to ski or board in a group can take part in ski and snowboard lessons.
Ohau Snow Fields, 2295 Lake Ohau Road, Lake Ohau, Omarama, Waitaki, New Zealand.
- Months of operation:
- Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
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