NZ Resort Opens For Skiing & Snowboarding
Mt Hutt had been expected to open later this month, starting out at just three days a week.
It will now be up and running for skiing and snowboarding this Friday, 12th June.
It will operate for five days a week to start with, moving to seven days from 1st July.
It will stay open until 11th October.
New Zealand moved from Level 2 to Level 1 at midnight on Monday.
Level 1 allows the ski resorts to run more or less as they did before coronavirus.
There will be no restrictions on the number of people gathering indoors, such as in bars or cafes.
There will be no special rules to enforce social distancing, for example on lifts.
The country’s borders will, however, remain closed to all but New Zealand nationals.
At Alert Level 1 the official government advice is “everyone can return without restriction to work, school, sports and domestic travel, and you can get together with as many people as you want.”.... Continue Reading at Planet Ski