You don’t have to ski or snowboard to enjoy winter in New Zealand, Craig Tansley looks at NZ’s best off-piste pursuits.
New Zealand has some of the most challenging ski terrain on earth, Craig Tansley looks at where you should go to best access it.
Ben Groundwater explains that roughing it in New Zealand isn't really roughing it at all.
Got a post-Winter Olympic urge to take up skiing? Craig Platt finds it can be an exercise in fear and embarrassment.
If you want to endanger your life in any way, shape or form in the name of fun, you can pretty much guarantee you'll be able to do it in New Zealand.
A laid-back holiday in adrenalin central? Sounds crazy but it just might work, writes Sarah Maguire.
Queenstown's reputation is justified.
Rachael Oakes-Ash indulges in spectacular scenery and fine food on offer at New Zealand's top lodges.
It might be known as the Kiwi capital of extreme activities, but there's more to Queenstown than bungy jumping and speedboats. The town is on the edge of breathtaking mountain ranges and there are hikes in the surrounding areas to suit all tastes. In winter, Coronet Peak and the Remarkables offer some of the country's best skiing. In town, there's plenty of nightlife and dining options to keep you warm.