Organise a school ski trip to New Zealand, Japan, USA or South America
Students can improve their confidence and technique in snow sports lessons, and enjoy afternoons practicing their new skills with free skiing and snowboarding at their leisure. Stay in comfortable, modern accommodation located close to local restaurants and activities.
Ski the premier Queenstown resort areas or visit Canterbury's local mountains, there is terrain and resorts to suit all ability levels and budgets. With it’s dramatic mountains stunning coastlines and variety of landscapes New Zealand is an adventure activity gold mine! Queenstown is known as the adventure capital for a reason, as well as world-class skiing and snowboarding opportunities there are tonnes of adventure activities to keep you entertained for weeks! Take a trip up the Skyline gondola for some luge racing, go jet boating on the famous Shotover river or see an interactive Māori performance.
School ski trips to Japan offer the perfect mix of skiing and culture. Start in the world's largest city, Tokyo, where there will be time for sightseeing and shopping including a trip up the Tokyo Sky Tree. Take the incredible bullet train to Hakuba, Japan’s premier snow destination. Enjoy some Japan's legendary snow with skiing and snowboarding on varied and fun terrain with English speaking instructors. Immerse students in Japanese culture with visits to the Nagano temple and adorable snow monkeys!
View our school ski trip itineraries and other available sports tours below:
Ski trip students explore Coronet Peak in Queenstown Central Otago New Zealand.
West Moreton school students on their annual ski trip to New Zealand.
Students Jet-boating along the Kawarau River in Queenstown on a school trip to Central Otago in New Zealand.
The trip was wonderful – both the staff and students agreed. Everyone particularly enjoyed our time skiing/snowboarding in Hakuba. Everything went smoothly, both on the slopes and in Tokyo. Our guide Sam was great – he was invaluable in Tokyo and made sure we made the most of our short time there.