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Restoring the Old Stone No 2 Drive Building at Whakapapa

An amazing new project for Project Tongariro and Ruapehu Alpine Lifts involving the restoration of the old stone No 2 Drive Building at Whakapapa Ski Area.  A true ski area classic with history dating back to the 1950s - an important treasure to restore and maintain.

To find out more about this project or to make a donation to assist with its restoration, CLICK HERE

Earlybird season passes went on sale at www.mtruapehu.com and Project Tongariro is pleased to have the option to donate to this worthwhile project available when public make an online purchase with Ruapehu Alpine Lifts.

Posted: Wed 04 Apr 2012

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