Experience the biggest glacier in New Zealand
Lying long and deep in the Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park is the incredible Tasman Glacier, a terminal ice structure that is the biggest of its kind in New Zealand.
Snowscene have 3 tours available from a scenic flight with champagne to the full experience of skiing through the glaciers.
From AUD $575 per adult / AUD$400 per child
- Alpine landing among snow-capped peaks.
- Awe-inspiring views of the Southern Alps and Mount Aspiring National Park on a premier 50 minute trip.
- Soar above untouched native forests and glacial icefalls.
with Fiordland Lodge Long Lunch
From AUD $1,120 per person (Min 4 persons)
Depart from Queenstown and fly through Skippers Canyon and past Mt Larkin to the head of Lake Wakatipu top enjoy vies up the Rees Dart Valleys towards Mt Earnslaw. Cross the Humbolts Mountain Range to land at Lake Erskine for a glass of Champagne before following the Milford road to the head of Lake Te Anau and landing at Fiordland Lodge for a gourmet long lunch.
Ski The Tasman
Tasman Glacier Heli Day
Intermediate to advanced skiers only
From AUD $1,300pp from Queenstown
(Wanaka & Mt Cook departures on application)
Ski The Tasman is a professionally guided backcountry ski adventure on New Zealand’s largest and longest glacier.
Explore the Tasman’s blue ice grottos, natural caves, and incredible formations, then link turns down NZ’s two longest ski runs.
Skiing the Tasman Glacier is a classic Kiwi snow adventure, guided by Alpine Guides since the 1970s. They are Mount Cook’s original and most experienced mountain and ski guiding company. Nobody knows the area better than them.
Even ordinary skiers can ski the extraordinary Tasman Glacier. Each line is a perfect green to blue grade ski run. The pace is relaxed, with plenty of time to take photos. You’ll also learn about the tremendous forces that shape the landscape as you soak up the incredible grandeur of New Zealand’s highest peaks.
- We use helicopters to land at 2500 metres, for a 1000 metre descent!
- You get 2 runs of 8 to 10 km long.
- It’s ideal for intermediate or first-time off-piste skiers.
- Small group sizes (no crowds).
- Delicious picnic lunch on the snow.
- Perfect for family groups.