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Day three became dawn patrol to Hickory Bay on the Banks Peninsula and an afternoon ski off of Mt. Olympus, a closed ski resort that opened for the sake of the adventure. Somewhere in between, Kuzma, Dunbar, Kebbell, and Herbert catch a window for a quick photo-op.

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Day three became dawn patrol to Hickory Bay on the Banks Peninsula and an afternoon ski off of Mt. Olympus, a closed ski resort that opened for the sake of the adventure. Somewhere in between, Kuzma, Dunbar, Kebbell, and Herbert catch a window for a quick photo-op.

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It took five days, 21 hours of sleep, and a few weather-caused detours for four of New Zealand’s ski and surf personalities to set the benchmark for an epic trip for the world’s powder and barrel lovers. From September 14-18, Kiwis Maria Kuzma, Angus Kebbell, Alex Herbert, and Tom Dunbar skied a different peak and surfed a different break each day while traversing New Zealand from north to south in a pair of camper vans. Here are a few pictures and a recap of the ski/surf/road trip that will have you wondering, “why didn’t I think of that?” By Kevin Luby