Catskiing and Heliskiing in New Zealand

Conquer the wild Southern Alps with heaps of snow and mountains of adventure

Visit the world-class skiing destination of New Zealand that provide opportunities for some spectacular heliskiing. Picturesque peaks, sparkling glacial lakes, and deep beds of ungroomed snow cover the rugged landscape of the country. Hitch a helicopter and get transported into the spectacular wilderness. Visit during the winter season between June to October for ideal skiing conditions.

Top heliskiing and catskiing trips | New Zealand:


There are many reasons for choosing Heliskiing and Catskiing in New Zealand

The snowy slopes of New Zealand offer exciting opportunities to ski in the Southern Hemisphere. With more than 25 ski resorts spread out across the islands of the country, there is plenty of diversity that provides for all levels of skiers, whether you’re a fresh-faced skier or expert. And the best of the skiing regions rival those of Europe and North America.


Good to know:

Country code



English and Maori


New Zealand dollar

Best time to visit

Visit during the winter season between June to October for ideal skiing conditions

What's the weather like?

New Zealand largely has a temperature climate, while the mountainous areas of the country are characterised by an alpine climate, receiving cold temperatures and abundant snowfall

More info about Heliskiing and Catskiing in New Zealand:

The island county of New Zealand lies in the southwest of the Pacific Ocean, largely consisting of two main islands, the North Island and South Island, as well as around 600 other islands. Its extreme remoteness resulted in the islands being the some of the last to the settled by humans. New Zealand is approximately 900 miles east of Australia and 600 miles south of Fiji, Tonga and New Caledonia. The country’s rugged and mountainous terrain provides shelter for distinct biodiversity

Need help discovering your next adventure?



Join our newsletter!

Stay up-to-date on the best adventures.