Mt. Hutt Ski Area, Southern Hemisphere

Southern Hemisphere Ski Resort Projected Closing Dates

Southern Hemisphere Ski Resort Closing Dates

When are Southern Hemisphere ski resorts closing for the season? 2023/24 Ski season in Southern Hemisphere ends at 2024/10/20. Check out this list of projected closing dates for ski resorts in Southern Hemisphere to help you plan the rest of your ski season and get those late-season turns in. All projected closing dates are subject to change at each resort's discretion depending on the snow conditions and other factors.
Resort Name
Projected closing date
Snowfall
Base Depth
Open Trails
Broken River Ski AreaClosed
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Cardrona Alpine ResortClosed
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CaviahueClosed
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Cerro CastorClosed
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Cerro Catedral Alta PatagoniaClosed
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ChapelcoClosed
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Charlotte PassClosed
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4% Open
Coronet PeakClosed
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10-39"
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74% Open
Craigieburn Valley Ski AreaClosed
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Dinner PlainClosed
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El ColoradoClosed
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Falls Creek Alpine ResortClosed
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Hanmer Springs Ski AreaClosed
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La ParvaClosed
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Las LenasClosed
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Manganui Ski AreaClosed
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Mt. Baw Baw Alpine ResortClosed
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Mt. BullerClosed
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Mt. Cheeseman Ski ResortClosed
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Mt. Dobson Ski AreaClosed
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Mt. HothamClosed
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Mt. Hutt Ski AreaClosed
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Mt. Lyford Alpine ResortClosed
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Mt. OlympusClosed
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