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Skiing in the Queenstown area

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Queenstown is situated on the shores of Lake Wakatipu in the southern part of New Zealand's South Island. There is fantastic skiing and snowboarding in this area including Coronet Peak, the Remarkables and Treble Cone - all with great runs and beautiful scenery. Conditions are best in August.

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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I just came back from skiing in Coronet Peak, Remarkables, Cordrona, Mt.Hutt. Excellent weather, blue skies everyday...great snow in Remarkables, Cordrona and Mt. Hutt.

5th July, 2009

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