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Coronet Peak Mountain Biking 17/1/08: Closed

Coronet Peak Mountain Biking
10:01 a.m. 17 January 2008
Note: Conditions are accurate at date & time of issue but are subject to change.
Status: CLOSED

Conditions:
Temp: 8C
Wind: Gusty North Westerlies
Cloud cover: Extensive High Cloud
Today’s forecast from NZ metservice: Rain in the morning North Westerlies turning South Westerly in the afternoon

Lifts & Facilities:
Coronet Peak Express chair: Closed
Downhill: Closed
DH Cross country: Closed
Mini park: Closed
Coronet Peak Shack: Closed
Outside Sports Rentals: Closed
Special Information:

Unfavourable weather conditions prevail today

Overnight rain, and rain expected today will set up tracks for an epic day Friday!!!!

EVENTS:
19th January Vertigo Chainless Downhill. Pre registration at Vertigo Bikes, 4 Brecon St. Queenstown, ph 03 442 8378. On the day registration from 8.15 a.m at Coronet Peak.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE SEE www.coronetpeak.co.nz or phone 03 442 4620

ENDS

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