Your guide to the Cardrona way of life... the community that makes us special.
Read the Heart of Gold Magazine online, or pick up your free copy on the mountain!
We took 17 of NZ's best skiers and snowboarders on an adventure down the Kawarau River with our friends at Go Orange... here's what happened.
It's so important to us to look after our maunga and the environment in general. Read about what we're doing up at Cardrona now, and our goals for the future.
Plant a Seed is one of Cardrona and Treble Cone’s ongoing conservation projects, aimed at restoring and regenerating the mauri (lifeforce) of te maunga.
Our waste reduction journey has been a core focus at Cardrona and Treble Cone for years, and recently we’ve taken significant steps to become waste-free destinations.
We asked Burton boarder Cayley Alger to give us a recap on what went down at ‘She’ll be Right’.
With Conservation Week in full swing, we’ve been doing our bit to help the environment and the beautiful place we call home.
It's that time of year again... here's our 2020 guide for some great last-minute gifts from the team at Cardrona Corner!
It's time for a blast from the past... recreate an old Cardrona photo and win a GoPro!
I took a First Timer MTB lesson with the Cardrona Bike School. You know, for science.
When we got an email from John back in March, we hatched a plan together... and his lovely girlfriend Kali had absolutely no idea...
Ever wondered how Shapeshifter frontman P.Digsss shreds his home mountain? We had a chat to the man himself to find out!
We asked some local kids what they thought Cardrona would look like when they're grown-ups - this is what they had to say.
Wanaka has produced an uncanny number of talented freeskiing brothers who are all achieving big things on the world stage.
We had a chat to Olympic bronze medallist, snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, about her career so far, & her hopes for the future.
Learn more about Adaptive snow sports with this piece from our Heart of Gold magazine by Snow Sports NZ's Alex Kerr!
Building a road to a ski area is no easy feat... find out why & how John & Mary Lee built their road to Cardrona Alpine Resort back in the 1970s!