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There are so many different ways to access the mountains in New Zealand, whether it be a T-bar, a nutcracker rope-tow, a chairlift or a helicopter! In this episode the crew get amongst 2 of the finest modes of transport earth has available - a brand new high speed 6 seater chairlift and one of the most surefire ways to find powder..a helicopter.
Yeap, it's definitely good to have options, and Jake Koia, Christy Prior, Sean Thompson, Nick Brown and Nick Hyne make the most of the new snow to access some of the breathtaking terrain that New Zealand's Southern Alps have on offer.
Nick Hyne, Nick Brown, Jake Koia, Christy Prior, Sean Thompson
Music: Bright Mind Publishing
Artist: Ev Ree Wuhn
Diaries Downunder is made possible by the fine folk at:
Air New Zealand
Heli Tours Queenstown
The Find Bar
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