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Wanaka Snowboarding Park

Listed under Snowboarding in South Island, New Zealand.

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Purpose built for freestyle snowsports enthusiasts it’s like a skate park for snow. Snow Park has rails, half-pipes, a quarter pipe, a terrain park, fun boxes, jumps and the Superpipe (a big half pipe) but no skiing runs. Features are changed regularly. It’s supposed to have features for beginner to expert level, the plan being for newbies to get inspired from watching the old hands and to share trick tips. Stay on site and enjoy the views across the scenic Cardrona Valley or commute from Queenstown. During the summer it’s open as ‘Dirt Park” same features, just for dirt bikes instead of snowboards.

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