Its breathtaking views on a clear day stretch across the patch-worked Canterbury Plains all the way from the Pacific Ocean to Aoraki Mt Cook. Mt Hutt is relaxed, friendly, challenging and exciting. Boasting a high speed six-seater chairlift to carry skiers and snowboarders to some of the most varied terrain in the South Island from long, super wide groomed runs to double black diamond chutes plus one of the largest vertical drops in the South Island. There is a well developed trail network suited to all snow lovers from the total beginner through to the world’s top pro racers and riders. Its close proximity to both Christchurch and Methven makes Mt Hutt ideal for a day trip or an extended ski or board holiday.

Information
Elevation 2086m
Vertical rise 683m
Ski terrain
902 acres (excludes Rakaia Saddle Chutes)
Beginner 25%
Intermediate 50%
Advanced 25%
Lifts • 1 high speed six seater
• 1 quad
• 1 triple
• 1 magic carpet
Longest run
2kms
Terrain Parks, Half Pipes and Freestyle facilities Mt Hutt has 2 Parklife terrain parks - a beginner/intermediate park and the TRIC advanced park and a halfpipe when snow conditions allow
Facilities • Licensed Brasserie
• Huber's Hut and the Sky High Café
• Guest services and ticketing
• Snowsports school
• Rental - skis & snowboards, boots & poles, ski & snowboard repairs and storage
• First aid and emergency services
• Licensed creche and all day dedicated children's programmes
• Retail outlet - ski accessories & clothing
Children Children from aged 2 to 17 years are supervised in a variety of programmes from the Skiwiland Early Learning Centre through to advanced ski and snowboard training programmes in the Kruiser Squad
Recommended accommodation
• Brinkley Resort (Methven)
• Ski Time Lodge and Apartments (Methven)


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