School Snow Trips

See the world from above!

For adventure seekers and snow lovers, the mountains of Japan or New Zealand are perfect options to feed your passion. With many world-class resorts to choose from, we can organise a ski tour that guarantees skill building and that incomparable top-of-the-world feeling. Try one of the Student Horizons’ school snow trips, enquire now or browse our other sports tours.

Powder Perfect in Japan!

Fresh powder, hot springs and stunning scenery – Japan truly seems to have it all! Let Student Horizons organise your next overseas ski tour to one of the best ski resorts in Japan – Nozawa Onsen. A magical little ski village, tucked away in the mountains of the Nagano prefecture – a true paradise for all snow lovers!

Ski Resort Nozawa Onsen 

  • World-class ski resort
  • Suitable for all skiing abilities
  • 50 km of slopes in total
  • Abundance of snow until early May

Looking for something a bit closer to home? Why not head to Queenstown?

There are few tourism destinations in New Zealand that can boast the reputation that Queenstown has built for itself. People both in NZ and around the globe know of the town and its many exciting adventure activities.

  • Ski on two world-class mountains: Coronet Peak and The Remarkables
  • Suitable for all skiing abilities
  • Abundance of snow during peak-season

The Remarkables

One word sums up this mountainscape above all others (even if it’s a little obvious) – remarkable. Like something straight out of Lord Of The Rings, this range stands proudly above the international airport, with jagged peaks that look as sharp as a knife. However, the mountainside that faces away from the town is far gentler, with a six-person chairlift and three quads.

Coronet Peak

This mountain is a little gentler than its neighbour, with far more intermediate (blue square) slopes – ideal for anyone looking to up their skills without stressing out too much.

One of the major drawcards of Coronet Peak is its night skiing. Every Friday and Saturday you can enjoy the park evening in the dark, as hundreds of lights keep things sparkling from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m.

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