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  • Ski and Snowboard in New ZealandSki and Snowboard in New Zealand
    Submitted by holidayLOVER on May 6th, 2007

    New Zealand is a southern winter paradise for ski and snowboard lovers. From the North Island resorts of Whakapapa and Turoa on the slopes of Mt Ruapehu, to Cardrona and Coronet Peak near Queenstown, NZ is home to numerous ski fields on both of the main islands that form Aotearoa.
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  • Marlborough Sounds Seafood BonanzaMarlborough Sounds Seafood Bonanza
    Submitted by Charlie on February 10th, 2008

    The best way to explore somewhere new is with a local who knows the area, all the best spots that you won't find in a guidebook or on a map. For our Marlborough Sounds expedition, we were lucky enough to be shown around by resident 'Soundies' Rick and Mac.
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  • Otago Rail Trail -A Cycling AdventureOtago Rail Trail -A Cycling Adventure
    Submitted by t-rex on May 29th, 2011
    Once a railway line connecting Clyde to Middlemarch, the Otago Rail Trail is a scenic trail spanning 150km. The railway line was originally constructed over a period of 16 years between 1891 and 1907. The Rail Trail was developed by the Dept of Conservation (DOC) in partnership with the Otago Central Rail Trail Trust and was opened in 2000 as a public reserve – (no entry fee required).
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  • Surfing New ZealandSurfing New Zealand
    Submitted by WOWSURF on January 2nd, 2012
    There is something about the sport of Surfing that is unlike any other pursuit in the world. It combines one of the most beautiful & unpredictable elements we know - the ocean, with simple human strength of body and mind. As world populations expand and the popular sport of surfing builds, New Zealand is becoming one of the best places on earth to learn to surf. Why? Because we have such a variety of surf breaks to choose from, there are well over 470 and a relatively small population of people, which means that there is more space and therefore a friendlier vibe for our beginners to build their skills.
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