The Mountain Collective has welcomed Queenstown, New Zealand’s Coronet Peak and The Remarkables into its exclusive collection of the world’s top independent ski destinations.
Featuring 12 of the best international ski resorts in USA, Canada, Australia, Europe, Japan, South America, and now New Zealand, Mountain Collective selects its members based on a high level of criteria, setting high standards of guest service and top quality terrain.
Joining the likes of Jackson Hole, Aspen Snowmass, and Mammoth Mountain in the US, and Whistler Blackcomb in Canada, New Zealand’s Coronet Peak is the country’s premier ski area for discerning skiers and snowboarders, featuring excellent terrain, modern lifts, restaurants, world-class grooming and extensive snowmaking, while The Remarkables is renowned for its friendly, relaxed environment and enjoyed by snow lovers of all ages and skills.
The accolade further reinforces Queenstown’s reputation and international appeal as a world-class winter destination, with the picturesque resort town also recently voted as the South Pacific’s Number One Destination by Tripadvisor.
NZSki Chief Executive Officer Paul Anderson said: “Joining The Mountain Collective is a privilege and testament to ongoing investment in our facilities, our wonderful team delivering outstanding guest service, and our committment to delivering the best possible snowsports product, which has put us in the company of the most respected winter destinations on the planet.”
The announcement comes as great news to Aussie skiers and snowboarders who can now experience these great NZSki destinations, plus Mt Hutt out of Christchurch, with The Mountain Collective pass, in addition to any and every of the other 15 Mountain Collective destinations around the world.
Thredbo 365 pass holders, and Thredbo Premium Season Pass holders, can also enjoy the three NZSki resorts, with a 50 percent discount on day passes, in addition to the 50 percent off they currently receive at all other Mountain Collective resorts.