Mount Hutt Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:900
- Terrain Parks:4
Winner of NZ's Best Ski Resort 3 years running, Canterbury’s Mt Hutt Ski Area is a vast mountain with diverse terrain and a high country pioneering character. A six seater chairlift, a dedicated quad chair, a triple chair and a beginners’ surface conveyor lift deliver all levels and styles of skiers and riders to fantastic groomed runs, off-piste and parks. Mt Hutt is a national and international destination for many of the world’s best ski racers who rate the mountain as the best Southern Hemisphere training ground. Mt Hutt is family and beginner friendly with a great Snowsports School and a licensed Skiwiland Crèche. We also offer world class terrain parks with features and jumps suitable for all ability levels. Children 10 and under can ski for free, and are free of charge at a number of dining and accommodation options in Methven.
- Nearest Airport:Christchurch
- Nearest Train Station:Ashburton
- Tourist Office Phone:+64 3 302 8811
- Tourist Office Website:www.nzski.com
- Slopeside accommodation:no
Announcements & News from the Mount Hutt ski resort manager
Latest Snow Reportview full snow report
- Issued:17 Jul
- Last Snowfall:17 July 2019
- Snow Depth (upper):78cm
- Snow Depth (lower):35cm
- Piste:Packed powder or groomed snow
Today’s Weather (1762 m)view full snow forecast
Mount Hutt Location Maps
Visitor Reviews of Mount Hutt
Butch Stern from New Zealand writes:
I have been skiing Mt Hutt for the past 25 years. It has a mixed terrain that provides consistent challenges and enjoyment. The food and hospitality are good, the road is a challenge. Methven is a great town.
If you are looking for tree skiing, it is not there and the weather can come in strong. Being there is time well spent. Methven is a great community. Enjoy it, I do.