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Coronet Peak Mountain Bike Report 4th January 2008


10:36 a.m. 4 January 2008

Note: Conditions are accurate at date & time of issue but are subject to change.

Status: Open

Conditions:
Temp: 14C
Wind: Light southerly
Cloud cover: Clear
Today’s forecast from NZ metservice: Fine and sunny

Lifts & Facilities:
Coronet Peak Express chair: Open to competitors at 9am
Downhill: Open to competitors at 9am
DH Cross country: Closed to the public today due to event
Mini park: Closed to the public today due to event
Coronet Peak Shack: Open from 9.00am
Outside Sports Rentals: Open from 11.00am

Special Information:

Today is competition practice day for the downhill race of the South Island Cup Series.
Due to this event being held please note that the tracks are closed to the public.

We welcome spectators who would like to come up and watch some of the best take on our tracks, enjoy fresh coffee and snacks under this beautiful summer sun!!

EVENTS:
Starting today: South Island Cup Series
Today – 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.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE SEE WWW.NZSKI.COM OR CALL 03 442 4620

ENDS

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