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New Zealand Snow Reports and Conditions - Wednesday 23rd June 2021

New Zealand Snow Reports

Where has it snowed in New Zealand? Snow depths and current snow conditions for New Zealand Ski Resorts.

When will it next snow in New Zealand?

Snow is next forecast to fall in New Zealand over the next week, in at least 24 Ski Resorts including Cardrona, Coronet Peak, Treble Cone, Turoa and Whakapapa.

How much snow is there in New Zealand?

The deepest reported snow in New Zealand is in Mount Hutt, which reports snow depths of 245cm on upper slopes and 30cm lower down.

When did it last snow in New Zealand?

We do not currently have reports of recent snowfalls from New Zealand, but we hope to soon!

Snow Reports for New Zealand. Collected Wednesday 23rd June 2021.

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New Zealand Ski Resorts - Current Snow Comparison

Last reported snow conditions for Ski Resorts in New Zealand - please note that all ski resorts can be affected by weather at short notice, and you should check with the Tourist Office before travelling.

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New Zealand Snow Reports
Ski Resort Report Depth^Last SnowForecast 48Hr 7Day
Broken River-Forecast-20cm
Cardrona15cm-Forecast-26cm
Coronet Peak40cm-Forecast-24cm
Craigieburn-Forecast-12cm
Fox Peak-Forecast-19cm
Hanmer Springs-Forecast-19cm
Manganui-Forecast-7cm
Mount Cheeseman-Forecast-12cm
Mount Dobson-Forecast-27cm
Mount Hutt245cm-Forecast-19cm
Mount Lyford-Forecast-19cm
Mount Olympus (NZ)-Forecast1cm 55cm
Mount Ruapehu-Forecast-5cm
Ohau Snow Fields-Forecast-42cm
Porter Heights-Forecast-15cm
Rainbow-Forecast-31cm
Roundhill-Forecast-50cm
Snow Farm-Forecast-26cm
Temple Basin-Forecast1cm20cm
The Remarkables30cm-Forecast-23cm
Treble Cone-Forecast-26cm
Tukino-Forecast-9cm
Turoa-Forecast-9cm
Whakapapa-Forecast-29cm

The New Zealand snow forecast figures given here are the likely average cumulative snowfall on each day, for the specified ski resort. Local snow depths may vary considerably from slope to slope.

Off Piste and Avalanche Safety

Ski Safe : If you intend to ski or snowboard off piste in New Zealand, you must check conditions locally before doing so. Always check the Avalanche Risk Level and carry appropriate avalanche safety equipment at all times.

New Zealand Snow Report Table Key

  • Snow Report - link to the full Snow Report for the named New Zealand Ski Resort.
  • Depth(U) - last reported Upper Snow Depth.
  • Last Snow - date of last reported snowfall.
  • Status - ski area status (Open/Closed/Unknown).
  • Forecast - link to the full 7 and 14-Day Snow Forecast.
  • 48 Hours - total snowfall expected in the next 48 hours.
  • 7 Days - total snowfall possible over the next 7 days.

All Snow Reports are subject to change. The snow depths given are indicative only of the limited measurements made available by the ski areas concerned, and snow depth and quality will vary substantially from slope to slope.

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