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Coronet Peak Mountain Biking report

Coronet Peak Mountain Biking report

Status: Opening 3rd January 2008

Temp: 15C
Wind: Light breeze
Cloud cover: Clear
Today’s forecast from NZ metservice: Fine.

Lifts & Facilities:
Coronet Peak Express chair: Will open at 10.30am on the 3rd January
Downhill: Track maintenance completed and ready to go
DH Cross country: Track maintenance completed and ready to go
Mini park: Ready to go
Coronet Peak Shack: Open from 9.30am on the 3rd January

Outside Sports Rentals: Open from 10.30am on the 3rd January
Special Information:

The 2008 Coronet Peak Mountain Biking
season is due to kick off at 10.30am on the 3rd of January.
The boys have been working hard on the Downhill and Cross Country tracks to have them up to scratch and the mini park is looking great.

Fresh coffee and snacks available for those wanting to sit and soak up the summer sun.
The staff of Coronet Peak look forward to welcoming you!!!

Coming up: The National Series
4th January – Downhill practice day
5th January – Downhill competition day/Cross Country practice day
6th January – Cross Country competition day
Come and watch some of the best Mountain Bikers strut their stuff!!
N.B – Tracks will be closed to the public on these days.


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