Temple Basin

South Island, New Zealand

About Temple Basin

Temple Basin is a true alpine environment on the Main Divide of the Southern Alps at the heart of Arthur’s Pass National Park in the south island of New Zealand. The ski area is one of the greatest skiing locations in the country and a wonderful environment to meet like-minded people who love the outdoors, the mountains and leaving the Latte drinkers behind! Temple Basin Ski Area covers a great variety of terrain spread over four separate basins. There are gentle slopes for complete beginners, adrenalin-pumping challenges for the expert, and everything in between.

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Snow Resort Stats

Mountain

Temple Basin
  • Elevation Top 1752m
  • Elevation Bottom1326m
  • Vertical Drop 430m
  • Skiable Terrain 320ha
  • Longest Run
  • Beginner 15%
  • Intermediate 45%
  • Advanced 40%
  • Total Number of Trails

Lifts

Temple Basin
  • Total 4
  • Highest Lifted Point1723m
  • Gondolas & Trams 0
  • High Speed Sixes
  • High Speed
  • Quads 0
  • Quad Chairs 0
  • Triple Chairs 0
  • Double Chairs 0
  • Surface Lifts 3
  • Uphill Capacity 300 per day

Snow Making

Temple Basin
  • Snow Making 0
  • Total Number of Guns 0
  • Annual Average Snowfall

Terrain Parks

Temple Basin
  • Total 0
  • Name
  • Half Pipes 0
  • Half Pipe Size
  • Total Terrain Park Area Size

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