New Zealand snowboard camp in Wanaka

Jul 02, 2013 BY AWE365 Team

If you want to improve your snowboarding during the summer off season the best way is to head south to take advantage of the southern Hemisphere’s winter season. And if you want a fun and action packed, yet relaxing holiday, look no further than All-Star’s New Zealand Snowboard Camp in Wanaka.

New Zealand Snowboard Camp

This is a great snowboard camp where you can improve your skills, participate in onsite events, and enjoy top quality lodging with great food. All the ingredients for a great snowboard holiday!

One of the best destinations for teens is the beautiful New Zealand Snowboard Camp in Wanaka on the South Island.  Here, you can enjoy the fun riding in a big snowboard park learning plenty of new snowboard tricks. This is one of the most affordable snowboard trips for teens available on the market.  There are not many snowboard camps like this that offer so much.

New Zealand Snowboard CampYour snowboard holiday begins as soon as you land in Queenstown Airport with transportation arranged from the airport to the resort and your accommodation.  Accommodation is in private homes with beautiful views and friendly hosts – no dirty bunk rooms on our trips. The food is prepared by our camp chef and is of mouth-watering quality and often has guests coming back for more. Included are both breakfast and dinner on a daily basis.

The New Zealand Snowboard Camp allows you to snowboard during the Southern Hemisphere Winter season from July to October meaning snowboarding is possible during your summer holiday. Providing teens with a complete overseas snowboard holiday is our goal and we have been achieving it for years.

The snowboard camp in Wanaka is suitable for riders of all skill levels and both freeride and freesytle snowboarders. There are sessions available for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders plus there is the ‘Elite Team’ program for those wanting a pro snowboarding career. This is for those aspiring snowboarders who hope to ride like Shaun White, Terje Haakenson, and Todd Richards. Pro riders often frequent the snowboard camp!

There are other camps that make great claims, however only the New Zealand Snowboard Camp offers such a complete and whole experience.  The camp makes you feel right at home.

New Zealand Skate park

There are plenty of other activities to enjoy as part of the stay at the New Zealand Snowboard Camp. There are a few skate parks if you’d like to change the pace. Or you can get in touch with nature and go on a rainforest expedition! There is also paint-balling, jet boating, mountain biking, street luge and much more available in the area. The sky’s the limit when you come to the New Zealand Snowboard Camp.

New Zealand Snowboard CampThis trip is teen friendly and one of the best you can chose for a great family experience. You will come away having improved your riding, with an arsenal of snowboarding tricks up your sleeve to bust out next winter. The accommodation, food and transport make the New Zealand Snowboard Camp in Wanaka the way to go.

If you want to find out more visit http://www.NewZealandSnowboardCamp.com

 
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