Mark Sedon, Kiwi Ski Guide, runs high quality, professional, ski and snowboard guided trips to Antarctica, New Zealand, India and throughout the world. His guided ski and snowboard adventures have a reputation for being well off the beaten track, safe and fun, with a little luxury along the way for good measure. Ski touring adventures with comfort mean good food, great people and most importantly, very good lines. Mark specialises in delivering high quality skiing experience to small groups of passionate skiers and snowboarders.
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Mark holds the highest standard of internationally recognised guiding qualifications (IFMGA) and has over 25 years of experience guiding heli-skiing and heli-boarding, backcountry tours and remote ski touring adventures. An extensive background in ski guiding around the globe means he is able to immerse his clients in interesting cultures, negotiate foreign lands and find some of the best snow the planet has to offer.
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Mark is also an author, photographer, filmmaker and guest speaker. His adventures form the basis of his creative life, documenting expeditions and storytelling in various forms. Mark is available as a guest or motivational speaker; his expeditions to some of the world most remote places and the challenges he has faced are an inspiring tale for any audience. Mark is available to speak at your event or conference.
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Take a look at the trips Mark has on offer and contact Mark to book your next expedition.
Check out the trips and please send me an email if you have any questions….
Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "dam, what a ride!".
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We had an unusually slow and warm start to winter this year. But come August 1st 40cms of snow fell and set the winter off in style with great powder skiing in the Buchannan Mountains near Wanaka. It proves that August really does remain the most reliable month to ski in NZ. The snow stability […]
I’ve been looking at Terrace Peak from home for more than 15 years. It’s west face glows in the afternoon sun. It’s all about timing, the right people and weather. Early September and it’s too dangerous (avalanches), too late and all the snow has gone. Finally pulled it off with Steve Moffat and Jeremy Lyttle […]