Just pretty, what serene terrain at the "bottom" of the world. Watching it made me feel kind of sad as am sitting in the 'capital' of the world, there are towers here too, just concrete canyons, and pothole-o-rama crevassed terrain!
I have to say the terrain reminded me of some of the valleys in Tignes-Val D'Isere. Clearly the terrain skied is not like L'Espace Killy but the serac navigation was interesting to say the least. Does anyone actually think they are going to fall over on you when one is there, just curious and is there a recorded moment of a serac falling on a skier anywhere? Again curious.
Also, Yo- in your other thread, on NZ resorts, why not put a Google or Apple Map Satellite terrain map up marking out all the ski areas in New Zealand that you mention. You may not realize that even though many of us are very aware of where NZ is and so on, most of us have little or no feel for it's geography, and the likelihood of visiting is slim, so an aerial screen tour is good for the knowledge storage drives and just cool. You know you can mark your map image, trace routes on an iMac or Macbook just by saving the map as an image, opening it with preview and then using the editing etc. tools. Don't need any fancy Adobe Photoshop or some other standalone software to do that.