Snow Park NZ’s Spring Pass went on sale this week offering substantially discounted day and season pass rates throughout spring.

The tiered pricing structure, introduced this year, sets adult day passes at just $55, student day passes $42 and youth passes $29 for the day. The special day pass rates kick in from the 8 September through to the end of the season. The full Spring Season pass costs just $299 for adults and $199 for students valid, and on sale now, from September 8 until the end of the season.

Spring is a great time to visit Snow Park NZ, the terrain park is traditionally quieter, the snow is in good condition and the warm and sunny climates add to the enjoyment on the mountain. Throughout the spring season, on-snow accommodation is also offered at a reduced rate along with a “stay two nights, get a third night free promotion also running.

The recent snowfalls and ideal snow-making conditions throughout the season ensured Snow Park NZ established a good snow base of 160cm to last through to the end of the season. A diverse array of features are set out across the terrain park including over 25 boxes and rails, more than 10 jumps, one being a 70ft kicker, the quarterpipe and the X Games and Olympic standard halfpipe. The features will continue to change throughout spring.

Sam Lee Snow Park NZ manager is delighted with the season so far, “We have record visitor numbers for the season so far and achieving good steady growth year on year. With excellent snow conditions in the park at present we still have many weeks ahead of great skiing and riding and looking forward to enjoying the sunnier climes of spring, he said.

The Spring event’s calendar has a good mix of competitions including the Chop Washed Up Cup, Armadageddon and the Volcom Peanut Butter Rail Jam. These events are designed to attract local and a broad mix of riders with the focus on fun and giving it a go. The girls get to shine for the Snow Girls NZ Jam — performing park skills learned throughout the season.

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