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Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK


  • 6 July 2016
  • GJ Hunt
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK

Virtual Kayaker

Having Trouble finding a kayaker - use the virtual model.

  • 6 July 2016
  • gj Hunt
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK

The Sponsors of the Peak to Peak

The Sponsors of the Peak to Peak

  • 27 June 2016
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK

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The facebook page has winter information / news and Peak to Peak info

  • 14 June 2016
  • Geoff Hunt
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK, Merrell Tour de Wakatipu

The ‘History’ Peak to Peak

Pic:  Steve Gurney 1999.    The ‘History’ Peak to Peak.   New Zealand’s longest running winter multi sport event is approaching its 23rd year celebration. Over this period the race has seen the best of the New Zealand multisport athletes race from the Remarkables to Coronet Peak.

  • 10 June 2016
  • Geoff Hunt
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK

Entries open

With the ski fields opening this weekend we are of course getting rain, but snow is forecast Sunday.

  • 10 June 2016
  • Hamish Flemming
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK

Hamish Fleming ptp Story

Last year I raced the Peak to Peak Multisport Race. Held in Queenstown New Zealand, this race traverses the Wakatipu Basin from the upper reaches of the Remarkable’s ski field to the Coronet Peak ski area, hence the name; Peak to Peak.

  • 3 June 2016
  • G Hunt
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK

Snow snow and Snow

We have the best coverage for the start of June - hope it continues all season.

  • 12 May 2016
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK

Fresh Snow on the Remarkables

As the rain eased away the cold air from the south enabled a dusting of snow to cover the top slopes of the Remarkables this morning. A sign perhaps that winter is on the way, although Dave Crow (the Queenstown weather guru) predicts a late start to the season, but that it will be a good one. "I think it will be into June before there is much snow on the mountains"

  • 10 May 2016
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK

New Tar on the Remarkables

The Remarkables road has been sealed to the 1okm mark and more than one or two people have been riding the new addition to the 'cols' of Queenstown.

  • 10 May 2016
  • Torpedo7 PEAK TO PEAK

Bookabach has 214 baches . . . . . .

Bookabach has 214 baches available in the Queenstown-Lakes area the weekend of Aug 13th.