Adult Camp: Tour New Zealand with All Star Adventures

Don't let the word "resorts" fool you. Don’t let the word “resorts” fool you.

If you’re going to venture to New Zealand for snowboard camp, you probably want to experience more than one mountain and its respective town. That’s exactly what All Star Adventures lets you do. We talked to All Star about their program that allows adult campers to travel to the major resorts on the South Island, experiencing the varying terrain and vibe of each. Don’t worry though, if you want more than in bounds resort riding, they can provide that too.

Why it’s cool for adults, what sets it apart?

Our camp is based in the lake resort community of Wanaka, which is a great little town full of charm, pubs, great restaurants, and fun activities. We stay in comfortable lodges and homes and travel to different resorts each day depending on the snow conditions and what our group wants to ride the most. Yes, that’s right we let the clients vote on where they want to ride! 

We ride Snow Park NZ, Cardrona, Treble Cone, Remarkables, and Coronet Peak. We provide all transportation for the duration of camp including airport transfers, daily transfer to the resorts, and transport for activities. Our lodging is always within walking distance of the town core, so nightlife is an easy stroll.

allstar_hottub This would not be empty if we were there.

Nightlife?

Heck yes, from New Zealand’s oldest pub to clubs and other fun spots our guides know all of the best local places to show our guests a great time.

Activities?

You name it! Queenstown is dubbed “The Adventure Capital of the World” for good reason. Jet boating, rally car hot laps, bungee jumping and much more for the thrill seeker. And, plenty of more tame activities for those looking for more of a relaxing day.

Accommodations?

Comfortable lodges and homes. Shared or private rooms.

Hasn't everyone dreamt of an evening session at Snow Park since That's It That's All came out? Hasn’t everyone dreamt of an evening session at Snow Park since That’s It That’s All came out?

Coaching format?

We work with each client on an individual level in small groups of similar ability level and each group can vary from 1 to 3 coaches.

How many other adult campers?

There can be up to 9 other adult campers.

Oldest camper hosted?

Age 48 thus far. Mostly 20s and 30s though.

Cost of camp/dates of sessions for adults?

Sessions start at $2,300 and run July though October. For the most comprehensive list of options it is best to call us at 866.758.2267, or email us at enquiry@allstartrips.com, as not all of our current options are listed on our website.

We at Snowboard Mag are going to give you All Star Adventures’ web address anyway: allstartrips.com

Want more? Check out the full (in progress) list of Adult Camps:
Exploring Argentina with Sass Global Travel
Powder and barrels at Evolve Chile
Windells – The “Funnest” Place on Earth
Govy life at High Cascade Snowboard Camp
Adult Camp: Get buck in the barn with Woodward at Copper

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