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On sale now are the Chill5, Chill11 and Chill12 Family and Individual Season Passes at In-Season prices.
Chill is pleased to announce a further selection of passes for the 2017 season. The Chill Travel Passes offer access for up to 13 ski areas throughout the Southern Alps. Along with skiing there are offers to stay on the mountain, improve your skiing and bring a buddy along for the day. There are two duration's for the Travel Pass, 10 day and 7 days.
Check out the range of prices for the 2017 Passes.
The Chill5 Season Pass covers: Cheeseman, Broken River, Craigieburn, Mt Olympus and Temple Basin.
The Chill11 Season Pass covers the above Chill5 Mountains plus: Rainbow, Mt Lyford, Hanmer Springs, Fox Peak, Mt Dobson and Awakino
The Chill12 Season Pass covers the Chill11 Mountains plus two days at Treble Cone.
The legal side of the Chill Passes, make sure you read and understand the Terms and Conditions before purchasing your pass. These will give you an idea of how the Chill Pass works, including use of the pass on the mountain and highlights the benefit of the pass covering use of Buddy Days and Non-Ski Day Offers.
The Chill Pass Warranty is useful if you get injured during the season leading up to the 31st of August 2017 or if you have a change of circumstances leading up to the 7th of July 2017.
Find out all the information about the Chill Pass Warranty here. You can opt out of the Pass Warranty at time of purchase.
We have a range of payment options for in-store or online purchases available to help you purchase your chosen pass. If you have any queries please get in touch.
Payment options are: Credit card online, Direct Deposit, or Eftpos in store.
Chill Travel Passes can be purchased for 7 or 10 days skiing at any of the participating ski areas. Each time you use the pass, the ski area clips the pass and issues a day pass to access the ski area lifts. Travel Pass holders can also use the pass to either stay on the mountain or improve your skiing/riding (Non-Ski Day Offers).
Chill12 includes all ski areas in Chill11 plus two days at Treble Cone that can also be traded for Non-Ski day Offers.
Get all the info on the Chill Pass lineup to help make your decision on which pass you would like to purchase for 2017.
The Chill Pass allows you to ski at up to 12 ski areas across the South Island. The flexibility to ski in the Waitaki, Mackenzie, Canterbury, Kaikoura, Wanaka and Nelson Lakes Districts is what makes the Chill Pass truly New Zealand's ultimate multi-mountain ski and snowboard pass.
Here's the first write up from Chillers Oliver Hunt and Ben Hume. Ollie Hunt is back writing fortnightly blogs for another year, with a new companion, having lost Nick Pascoe to realms of employment (congratulations on the new gig at BVT!) Here is their first piece:
We caught up with some Chilled Chillers about where they're currently chilling and how they plan to chill this chilly winter. Meet Mel Parsons, Nick Pascoe, Rod Thomson and Craig Murray.
Battling to save our charismatic Kea. Images by Zach Clanton & Matt Goodman
New Zealand’s unique, curious and cheeky mountain parrots are in serious danger: the kea population is currently listed as Nationally Endangered, and declining. Chill Manual encourages skiers and snowboarders to get involved with the vital work the Kea Conservation Trust (KCT) is doing.