Wanaka Backcountry Progression Camp

Aspiring Guides, Wanaka
Aspiring Guides is very excited to offer exclusive use of their new Robrosa Hut. Giving access to the Northern Pisa Range and the Lowburn face, this hut redefines the Southern Lakes hut based skiing options.
At over 1700m the hut is significantly higher than any of the commercial ski areas and being enveloped by a high cirque it offers the most consistent quality snow of anywhere in New Zealand.

The plan: 21-22 Sept

2 day trip- fly in early Saturday morning, ski out Sunday to Snow Farm.

Ideally we’d like you to have done a little touring before, to be comfortable in your gear, and be a confident off piste skier so that you’ll get the most out of the weekend. But we’re happy to talk to you about options.

There is a wide variety of terrain, from the labyrinth of easy angle slopes and valleys to steeper chutes. We will make plans accordingly to the ability of the group and snow condition and safety aspects

Price is:-
$850-$950 per person – depending on number of women (min 6, max 8)
Includes;
  • Guide – Karen Jackson
  • Helicopter flight in to Rob Rosa
  • Transport to Wanaka Airport and Pick Up at Snow Farm return to Wanaka
  • Accommodation = 1 night at Robrosa Huts
  • All food & energy snacks – lunch, dinner, breakfast, lunch.
  • Storage of any gear or valuables while girls are on the trip.
It does not include:-
  • Ski touring equipment including avi gear
  • Sleeping bags
  • Vehicle storage

Interested? Register here

NO FLY OPTION
If the weather was bad and we couldn’t fly, instead we would tour into Kirtle Burn for the night.  Pricing would be as follows:-
$425-475 per person – depending on number of women (min 6, max 8)
  

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