Registration Opens for The North Face Freeski Open of New Zealand

Posted By: The Ski Channel on June 4, 2012 12:21 pm

The Ski Season is just beginning in the Southern Hemisphere and with that comes the countdown to major events.

Registration just opened for one of the top events of the season, The North Face Freeski Open of New Zealand.

It is the largest multidiscipline open freeski event in the Southern Hemisphere.

The North Face Freeski Open of New Zealand will last from August 28- September 3. The events will take place at either Snowpark NZ or The Remarkables. Below, you can find the schedule for the big event. 

The competition is one of the first events of the season for both the AFP World Tour and the Freeride World Tour.

Some of the world’s top halfpipe, slopestyle, and big mountain skiers will make the treck down to New Zealand for some open competition. 

Another image of the North Face Freeski Open of New Zealand

Photo Credit to Fabrice Wittner

Registration began earlier than in the past to help international competitors with planning their season.

Also, opening earlier to the TNFFSO and any skier interested in competing is able to registar online. 

Athletes looking to register for slopestyle or halfpipe simply have to head to, build a profile, register for their discipline and pay using a number of different methods.

Registration for the 3 Star FWQ at the Remarkables will open early June, when the FWQ launches it’s new international registration system. 

The registration for all events will close on August 15. 

For more information on the event, go to

NZ Freeski Open Schedule

Tuesday 28th August, Unofficial Practice and Registration
Wednesday 29st August – Slopestyle Qualifiers – Snowpark NZ
Thursday – 30th August – Halfpipe Qualifiers – Snowpark NZ 
Friday 31st of August – Slopestyle Finals – Snowpark NZ 
Saturday 1st September – Halfpipe – Snowpark NZ
Sunday 2nd September – Weather Day for Halfpipe and Slopestyle – Snowpark NZ
Monday the 3rd – Saturday the 8th Is the Big Mountain Qualifiers and Big Mountain Finals.