What can you do in Snowplanet?
Contact SNOWPLANET Spend a fun family day at New Zealand’s only indoor snow resort. Snowplanet offers skiing, snowboarding, tubing, and tobogganing all in one place, and all year round whatever the weather. Located 30 minutes north of Auckland’s central city, the indoor resort is the perfect place for snow lovers.
Do you have to book at Snowplanet?
Do we need to book before we come? Bookings are highly recommended but not essential at Orange. If you are a Member and would like to book, email us at email@example.com. If you are not a Member, you can book online using our booking portal on this website.
What do you wear to a Snowplanet?
What to wear.
- Helmets. (compulsory for all skiers and snowboarders)
- Waterproof gloves.
- Waterproof jackets & pants.
Who owns Snowplanet NZ?
Founder Eduard Ebbinge is still a Snowplanet director, along with Duncan Smith and Henry Tait. Passionate skiers, all three are heavily involved in the company’s strategic direction, leaving Aguilar and his team to manage the product development and operational aspects of the business.
How big is snowplanet?
Give snow a go. Forget about the weather. Snowplanet is New Zealand’s only indoor snow park – so you can enjoy the snow 365 days a year. With over 8,000 square metres of real snow, you’ve got plenty of room for skiing, snowboarding, snowtubing and games.
What age is a child at Snowplanet?
GOLD Year (12 months) – Adult, Child, Student & Infant, infant must be aged 5 or under on the date the membership is activated. GOLD Family Year (12 months) – Minimum Three, Maximum Six Family Members.
How old is snowplanet?
Snowplanet is New Zealand’s first indoor snow facility and began working in March 2005.
How difficult is it to snowboard?
Snowboarding isn’t the most difficult sport in the world, but it does take some perseverance to carry on and get through the stage of falling over a lot in the first few days. Try not to get frustrated and understand that all the guys rushing past you have experienced the same problems while they were learning.