Cruise The Blues
Off to the side of the Cloudy T-Bar, the 'Back Run' is on an open ridge face that drops back down to the T-Bar for another ride up.
Views: This field is Canterbury’s northern most and generously sprinkled in late Winter sun. Don’t forget to nab that selfie at the iconic yellow truck!
Skiers’ right of the Main T-Bar through to the bottom. The terrain is ideally suited to practise your turns and use the contours of the slope to help find your edges.
Views: Make sure to stop atop the ridgeline and snap 360 degree views across the Pinnacles, Craigieburn Forest park and back into the valley below.
Porters Alpine Resort
Sundance Basin from top to bottom of the Sundance T-Bar, skier's left, is well groomed and very popular. For a long run to the bottom, follow the Cat Track through to McNulty's Basin.
Views: The Southern Alps on McNulty's Cat Track or Lake Coleridge with a short boot-pack up the track.
Head straight to the top of the Summit Six chairlift and drop into Morning Glory off the cat track, far skier's right. Go out to Broadway, the wide groomed here is perfect for fast laps all the way to the base area.
Views: From the top of the mountain with views back over the Canterbury Plains.
The Saddle Chair gives you access to some fantastic blue runs. Skiing out to the right of the chairlift on Fencepost Flat is open and easy-going.
Views: Morning shot from the carpark after a fresh storm with people making fresh tracks down the chairlift line in Shirley Chute.
Off the top of the double chairlift, take The Boulevard all the way to the bottom and enjoy the epic views out over the lake.
Views: The lake provides the perfect backdrop for a group shot.