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Updated 16 June, 2006

Win a Free Queenstown Holiday.

Our Coronet Peak Snow Cam has some tall pine trees in the foreground. This competition is to guess the date that snow falls on these trees. Too easy!

That's right, your chance to WIN two FREE nights at The Lodges, a luxury lake front apartment less than a minute walk from Queenstown with SKY TV and a spa bath.
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The rules are easy. If their is more than one correct entry then we will do something democratic like draw the winner from a hat. The apartment is subject to availability but you can book ahead.

You can only enter 5 times. Anyone that enters more than that will not win. Once it's won it's on again!

To enter the competition click here.

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Friday 16 June 2006

Still getting in touch with the winner so hold you horses.

Oh I know bit of a gap but what can you say.... bad snow years...but now we are in to it and 16 June we saw a few cms around the house and on the trees and you bettya it settled on those trees.

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Coronet Peak 17 June 2006
The day after.

Ok ok it's snow on the flax...and grass...but you get the picture.

Friday 4 July 2003

Ember Thai from Singapore made the correct guess. Here is what Ember had to say about winning;

"I'm a total novice at the sport, having picked it up exactly a year ago - also in Queenstown."

" New Zealand - and Queenstown in particular - is my all-time favourite vacation destination, where I try to visit at least once a year; sometimes twice. I've dropped by during spring, fall and winter, and have always enjoyed myself tremendously! "

First big snow of 2003

Friday 4 July 2003.

Here you go then. Snow on the trees and the ground but alas not huge amounts up on the hill.

I'm up there actually. See the stylish one in the upper right getting a face shot ......

Yeah right.


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23 May 2001

Well we have had a winner, out of 1 556 entries, to guess when snow would next fall around our home.

Here is a photo to give you the general idea. That's us in the middle there.

The correct date was the 23rd of May and it was Paul Blakely from the Catlins with the correct guess made way back on the 13th of March 2001. Here is what Paul had to say;

Snow on the Remarkables

"Where do I ski most? not me, - well a little. has been at Wanaka last few years but many times at Queenstown previous. Mainly an annual event with my family. Queenstown has always been a favourite/most desirable destination."

"I live on the South East Coast Otago at Kaka Point at the top of the beautiful Catlins. I am self employed in the building industry. My kids, as are most, are very keen on skiing/boarding one of them just back from 5 months in Steamboat in Colorado."

When will snow fall on these trees?

This photo was taken on 11 June 2000.

And that's some snow!

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So go on.
Fill out the form below with your guess for the date that the snow will next fall on the trees.

When do you think snow will fall on the trees?
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What country are you from?

What age group are you?

When will you next visit Queenstown?

.... and Good Luck!

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Previous winners.

16 June 2006 - ?
4 July 2003 - Ember Thai
18 August 2002 - ??
15 June 2002 - Virginia Garden from New Zealand
23 May 2001 - Paul Blakely from the Catlins
11 June 2000 - ??
16 April 1999 - Tony Mole from Australia
2 July 1999 - David Kalcher from Australia

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