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Skiing in the Southern Hemishere

Poor Start to the Season in New Zealand

There has been some snow and cold temperatures have allowed snow to be made. It’s not a bumper start, but some resorts have been able to open limited areas. UPDATED

Australian Resorts Open with Precious Little Snow

Traditionally the ski areas Down Under open on weekend of the official birthday of the Monarch, the second Monday in June. Snow levels are low with a new report painting a worrying picture of the future. UPDATED

Resorts Open Early in South America

Portillo and Valle Nevado in Chile are open after 2m of snow has recently fallen. Summer skiing has also begun in the northern hemisphere. UPDATED

Events Confirmed for 2024 Winter Games NZ

Ten world class events are to be held in alpine, freeride and park & pipe disciplines, with the first FIS World Cup events held in New Zealand since 2019.

Largest Resort In Southern Hemisphere Created in Chile

The majority owner of Valle Nevado has bought neighburing La Parva. The two resorts combined will offer 5,000 skiable acres of terrain, 30 lifts & 84 marked runs.

Australia Prepares for its Ski Season

Some natural snow has fallen, the snow guns are on & anticipation is rising as resorts prepare to open next month.

Ski Resorts in South America Open Early as Snow Falls 

Resorts in other parts of the Southern Hemisphere open next month. There remains some skiing on offer in the Northern Hemisphere. UPDATED

Venezuela Set to be First Country to Lose All its Glaciers

Climate scientists have downgraded its last one to an ice field. It’s feared a similar fate awaits the Alps with Austria forecast to lose all its glaciers in the next 50 years.

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