Snow Education Curriculum Links Guide

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Designed in collaboration with ACHPER and some of Australia’s most experienced Health and Physical Education writers and classroom teachers, the WorldStrides Snow Education Curriculum Links Guide provides educators with an understanding of the educational benefits of Snow Education and how it aligns to the learning outcomes of the Australian Curriculum. It provides an in-depth look…

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Niseko, Japan

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Niseko has earned its position as the No.1 snow resort in Japan. Attracting snowsports enthusiasts from all corners, the region averages 15+ metres of powder snow every season. The Niseko United Ski Resort features groomed runs and winding trails for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities. Niseko is a classic example of old meets new….

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Hakuba, Japan

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Hakuba Valley and its nine ski resorts invite you to experience an unforgettable adventure of snowsports and traditional Japanese culture. Offering a diverse selection of terrain, the 200-plus runs in Hakuba Valley are blessed with an abundance of snow. Host of the Winter Olympics, Hakuba presents world-class snowsports infastructure and terrain. The village offers many…

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Myoko Kogen, Japan

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Situated in the Northern Japanese Alps, Myoko Kogen is a winter wonderland, rich in Japanese culture and history. Receiving around 13 metres of snow every year, this powder paradise has numerous resorts to choose from and a fantastic English-speaking snowsports school. As one of the oldest ski areas in Japan, students will learn about Japanese…

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Mt Hutt

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With wide open terrain and world-class facilities, Mt Hutt has been voted New Zealand’s best ski resort the past three years running for a reason. Situated in the Southern Alps with an altitude of 2086m, Mt Hutt presents breathtaking views across the Canterbury plains. Mt Hutt is often the first resort to open in the…

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Nozawa Onsen, Japan

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Nozawa Onsen, Japan is the perfect destination for a combination of snowsports and culture. This expansive onsen (hot spring) town is the birthplace of Japanese ski culture and has much to offer for all skill levels. Nozawa Onsen receives over 14 metres of high-quality powder snow every season, allowing for snowsports into early May. While…

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Charlotte Pass

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Experience new heights at Australia’s highest and oldest mountain resort! Charlotte Pass offers a taste of how skiing in Australia began whilst bringing things right up to date with modern facilities and wide, easily accessible slopes. With spectacular views across to Mt Kosciusko and quiet beginner friendly skiing Charlotte Pass offers a fantastic option to…

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Mt Buller – Day Tour

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Mt Buller is the most accessible major alpine resort in Australia, and has a great mix of terrain for all skiers and boarders, from beginner to expert. Plus, with their superior snow-making system you’re guaranteed snow in June and September. A WorldStrides Day Trip to Mt Buller is the perfect way to introduce your students…

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Lake Tekapo

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For an authentic cultural experience and the best scenery that New Zealand has to offer, look no further than Lake Tekapo. Located in the heart of the Southern Alps, Lake Tekapo is the perfect base to access Roundhill Ski Area and Ohau Ski Area. The nearby Roundhill Ski area is perfect for beginners and intermediates…

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