Adored by locals, Coronet PeakÛªs easily accessible roller coaster terrain and excellent facilities make it the winter playground in New ZealandÛªs adventure capital.
With The PeakÛªs 280 hectares of skiable area, snow sports centre, kidsÛª 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 Wednesdays, 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 NatureÛªs snow helping coverage during the season, from the beginning of June to early October.
Learner and novice areas away from the main trails make learning fun and easy, while higher up, choose your slopes as you go ÛÒ explore the contours and take in spectacular views.
Talking about views, the base building has floor to ceiling windows looking out over the magnificent Wakatipu Basin at one end, the mountain on the other. Outside, chill out on the massive heated deck to people-watch, enjoy the fantastic food, and at night on Saturdays and Fridays take in the night skiing aprÌ¬s experience. Over at Rocky Gully relax on the deck over fabulous Euro-style pizzas & pasta at Heidi’s Hut.
A visit to Queenstown isnÛªt complete without skiing Coronet Peak and sister mountain The Remarkables. So for the best value for money, we recommend buying a multi-day pass which provides access to both mountains to get the full experience and have an epic winter holiday.