Great Arber (Großer Arber) is the highest peak of the Bohemian – Bavarian mountain ridge and reaches at an elevation of 1456 m/4777 ft height. The spot lies at 197 km/122 mi in the northeast of Munich. Geographically, it belongs to Bohemian Forest, so you might notice that people refer to it as ‘King of the Bavarian Forest’.
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Skiing in Craigieburn Valley, Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand
Overall the city is surrounded by Avon, Heathcote and Waimakariri Rivers, and the Canterbury Plains. The climate is considered to be temperate, with cool and mild summers (maximum temperature 23°C/73.4°F), and cold and frosty winters (temperatures fall below 0°C/32°F frequently).
One of the biggest ski areas near Christchurch is Craigieburn Valley. It is situated near Craigieburn Forest Park (in the heart of Southern Alps) and is a 90 min drive from Christchurch.
The site is open from late June to late October and offers a great destination for the lovers of off-piste/back country skiing. Craigieburn Valley, with its varied terrain, is mostly addressed to intermediate and advanced skiers who love steep and deep skiing, with many natural jumps, lips and skiing opportunities. Don’t miss the legendary 600 m / 1968 ft vertical descent in Middle basin, if you are an expert. Enjoy the breathtaking alpine view!
Note: Skiing equipment rental is not available on spot.