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Snow Farm NZ locks in “Locals Season” for 2018

Snow Farm NZ locks in “Locals Season” for 2018

After the success of the Snow Farm local days in 2017, Snow Farm is making 2018, the locals season, with our most affordable early bird seasons pass prices ever.

Adult seasons passes will be $149 and children seasons passes will be $49. Passes can be purchased at the Snow Farm NZ website from the 11th of December to the 31stof January when the prices increase to our pre seasons rates.

“Traditionally most early bird pass sales are to locals and New Zealand residents, so we are looking forward to having more locals taking advantage of this amazing deal and spending more time up at the Snow Farm. Snow Farm offers great value with snow shoeing, a snow play zone and cross-country skiing, there is something for everyone.” – Snow Farm Operations Manager, Sam Lee

As well as a great value seasons pass, is the introduction of a 5-day rental add-on for only $50 for Adults and $25 for Children. There is also a full season rental for $100 for an adult and $50 for a child as part of the early bird special.

“The rental add-on covers snow shoeing as well as skiing, and all seasons pass holders get free access to the Snow Fun Zone, a big hit with local families last year.”

We are optimistic that the backcountry users of the Pisa Conservation Area will buy a pass and use our trails to access out in the back country. It’s a safer experience for all involved when you use the trail network to get to and from the area.

Passes go on sale on Tuesday the 12th December at 9 am, early bird pass sales are only available to New Zealand Residents.

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