New Zealand
39° 25' 11.9928" S, 175° 25' 11.9928" E
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Rising head and shoulders above the Central North Island, Turoa boasts the largest vertical drop in Australiasia; no wonder they call Turoa private://The Giant.private:// The south facing slope gets plenty of dry powder during the season making Turoa a perfect alpine playground for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. After a day of challenging black runs, finding the secret powder stashes, and going big in the natural halfpipe, Turoa's visitors and locals head down the mountain to Ohakune to dine, relax and re-live the day's adventures.

BASE: 1600ft
SUMMIT: 2322ft

Gondolas: 0
Chairs: 5
Surface: 4

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