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Wanaka is a town in the Central Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. It is situated at the southern end of Lake Wanaka, adjacent to the outflow of the lake to the Clutha River. It is the gateway to Mount Aspiring National Park. Wanaka is primarily a resort town but has both summer and winter seasons and is based around the many outdoor opportunities.
Frost dried powder, slick half-pipes, sweeping bowls, black-diamond chutes or on-piece suits... whatever your predilection for snow style Lake Wanaka, with the largest skiable terrain in Australasia, can match it. A stable continental climate ensures crisp sunny winter days with an average temperature of 10 centigrade and cool frosty nights with temparatures below zero. The world-class ski resorts of Cardrona and Treble Cone offer quality terrain to suit absolute beginners and hard-core skiers alike. The apr%o351s ski atmosphere adds to a day on the snow with numerous cafés, restaurants and bars serving food and wine to warm the soul.