Within the 600 acre boundary (excluding Turoa), there are a myriad of options and well groomed terrain that caters for beginners in the renowned world class Happy Valley right through to advanced skiers out to challenge their limits on the many steep faces, slopes and gullies. There are plenty of marked trails but the off piste skiing at Whakapapa is superb.

Information
Elevation 2300m
Vertical rise 675m
Ski terrain
1359 acres (includes Turoa skifield)
Beginner 25%
Intermediate 50%
Advanced 25%
Lifts • 2 quad
• 5 double chairlifts
• 4 T-bars
• 2 platters
• 1 learners carpet conveyers
• 1 learners rope tow
Longest run
2.8kms
Facilities • 6 cafés including 2 licensed cafés
• Retail Shop (Vertical Retail)
• Accident and Medical Centre
• Rentals (skis, snowboards, boots and poles, clothing)
• Snow school (95 instructors)
• On-mountain accommodation (club lodges only)
Children Children from aged 6 to 16 years are supervised in a variety of programmes from Kids Holiday Programmes for beginners to advanced, to Kids Weekend Programmes - Flyers, Warriors and Mountain Madness
Recommended accommodation
• The Park Travellers Lodge (National Park Village)
• Skotel Alpine Resort (Whakapapa Village)