Aspen, Colorado—All Star Adventures has announced free roundtrip airfare to New Zealand (from LAX or SFO), for all new customers registering by June 15th for their two or three week ski and snowboard tours and camps.  All Star Adventures offers award winning ski and snowboard camps based in Wanaka on New Zealand’s south island. The camps are open to all ages, and all ability level skiers and snowboarders. 

All Star takes advantage of the Southern Hemisphere winter months and Wanaka’s proximity to three of New Zealand’s top ski areas: Treble Cone, Cardrona and SnowparkNZ. The All Star Camps at these resorts feature all types of terrain and perfect winter conditions. Treble Cone and Cardrona feature massive freeriding terrain and park features, while SnowparkNZ is a ski area comprised of freestyle terrain. SnowparkNZ features approximately 40 rails and boxes of varying sizes, 25 rollers, hits and jumps, a snow skate area, Super Pipe, beginner halfpipe, Quarter Pipe, Super-Pipe dedicated just to camps, wall rides, a man made cliff drop feature, a fixed grip quad chairlift, and a 5,000 watt sound system that delivers music over the park while you ski and ride.

By now you’ve probably heard of SnowparkNZ on New Zealand’s south island.  Photos of the pros riding there have been on the cover, and in the pages, of every snowboard magazine in the world; and why? Simply because Snowpark offers riders the best superpipes and park terrain available during the Northern Hemisphere summer months.  Cross south of the equator anytime from June through October and you are back to the winter.  With winter weather in the air, the Snowpark crew is able to construct massive jump lines and multiple halfpipes to entertain their visitors.   

Another reason that pro-riders from around the world flock to Snowpark is Frank Wells.  Frank is respected as one of the world’s best pipe and park shapers.  He is the man that shapes the ESPN Winter X-Games halfpipes.  Pro-riders come to ride Frank’s creation in New Zealand because they want the best place to train and film during the North American summer.  If you were riding SnowparkNZ during the last two seasons at Snowpark you would have seen the faces of Shaun White, Danny Davis, Antti Autti, Chad Otterstrom, Gretchen Bleiler, Steve Fisher, Andy Finch, Kier Dillon, Molly Aguirre, Mason Aguirre, Rob Kingwill, Tricia Byrnes, Scotty Lago, Hannah Teter, Elijah Teter, Abe Teter, Luke Matrani, Ross Powers, Tadashi Fuse, Kelly Clark, Tommy Czechin, and Kevin Pearce.  This August will be no exception at Snowpark with more terrain features, and big Southern Hemisphere contests such as the Middle Earth Superpipe Championships and the Burton NZ Open.  The big names will be back for more. 

You can join pro-rider Rob Kingwill (“Kinger) for the Avalon7 All Star Sessions at Snowpark in August, and stick around for his Powder Storming New Zealand tour in September.  Rob has joined All Star Adventures for their third year of snowboard camps on New Zealand’s south island. Campers will get to snowboard, skateboard, and chill-out at the base lodge with their favorite pro snowboarders.  Kinger will be joined by four time Camp of Champions coach of the year Dave Cashens, a pro rider from Whistler BC; Jesse Fulton, pro rider come full time coach of advanced riders; and Adam Longnecker, a professional coach who has trained some of the top names in halfpipe over the past 12 years.

For good reason, Snowpark NZ is the first choice for all professional ski and snowboard teams looking for training and filming grounds during the Northern Hemisphere’s summer months; proof that All Star provides their freestyle clients with only the best.  All Star’s Free-ride tour clients can anticipate great lines at the other previously mentioned resorts, as well as New Zealand’s infamous club fields.     

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