Coronet Peak

Adored by locals, Coronet Peak’s easily accessible rollercoaster terrain and excellent facilities make it the winter playground in New Zealand’s adventure capital. Thanks to First Tracks (8-9am) and night skiing, this is your longest and most fun day on the snow. Peak Perfection!

With The Peak’s 280 hectares of skiable area, snow sports centre, kids’ programmes, rental department and retail offerings, there is something for everyone. Earlybirds and night owls are welcome as First Tracks starts at 8am and on Fridays and Saturdays we finish late with Night Skiing, a truly magical experience for all ages. Accessible by 18km sealed road just 25 minutes from central Queenstown makes it so easy.  

An extensive state-of-the-art, fully automated snowmaking system boosts Mother Nature’s snow helping coverage during the season, from the beginning of June to early October.

Mind blowing views, awesome roller coaster terrain and incredible back bowls to throw down a challenge to the very best. It’s no wonder why some of the best ski racers in the world use Coronet Peak on their international training circuit. As New Zealand’s best known ski area, it is a must do activity for any Queenstown visitor and a firm favourite amongst locals.

A visit to Queenstown isn’t complete without skiing Coronet Peak and sister mountain The Remarkables, available on the same pass.

  • Varied terrain - perfect for all abilities
  • Easy 25 min self-drive or coach from Queenstown on a sealed road
  • Night Skiing & First Tracks combined makes it NZ's longest mountain resort opening hours
  • Quick and easy on mountain rental system
  • High-speed quad chairlift & four surface conveyor lifts to beginners terrain
  • High-speed quad & six-seater chairlifts to general terrain
  • All day supervised kids' programmes for 3 months upwards
  • Free day lift passes for children aged 5 years & under
  • Comparatively consistent coverage thanks to snowmaking
  • Numerous food and beverage options including Heidi’s hut

Scheduled season dates: 2018 TBA

 
Elevation 

1,649m 

 
Vertical rise 

462m 

 
Ski terrain

280 acres

 
Beginner

25%

 
Intermediate

50%

 
Advanced

25% (includes the back bowls)

 
Lifts

1 high speed six seater
2 high speed quads
1 T-bar
4 surface conveyor lifts

 
Longest run

M1 – 2.4km

 
Terrain parks

Kids 'Fun Zone' and and new freestyle terrainoff  Coronet Express Chairlift

 
Facilities

Fully licensed restaurant, bar and café
Sub Station on the sun deck
Ice Bar at the top of Greengates
On-snow Heidi’s Hut European Bistro at Rocky Gully
Guest Services & Ticketing
Snowsports School
Rental - skis and snowboards, boots and poles, ski & snowboard repairs, ski & snowboard storage
Retail outlet - ski accessories and clothing
First aid and emergency services
Skiwiland - Licensed Early Learning Centre and all day dedicated children’s programmes at Kea Club
Air Bag operating weekends and night skiing hours

 
Children

Children aged 5 and under ski for free and youngsters aged three months to five years can be enrolled in the fully-licensed Early Learning Centre, Skiwiland, while the older ones get to enjoy daily lessons in the Kea Club.

 
Other Experiences

Twilight/Night Skiing: Fri & Sat 4-9pm, July - September, plus Wednesday night skiing in July
First Tracks: 8-9am, July until late September
Tubing: 10am to 4pm Tubing

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