Coronet Peak is the South Island’s most popular mountain resort and it is just 25 minutes drive from Queenstown.
Snow lovers have flocked here to enjoy winter sports for more than 60 years. Families and enthusiastic newcomers continue to revel in the cosmopolitan atmosphere, fantastic views and diverse rolling terrain providing challenges and hidden delights for all ability levels.
Recently expanded, the dedicated beginner slopes with twin conveyer lifts makes learning fun and easy for all.
- 18 kms of sealed road to car park (25 mins drive from Queenstown)
- Regular shuttle service from Queenstown
- Season runs approx. early June to early October (Guideline Only)
- Night skiing Fri & Sat 4-9pm (mid July to mid Sep)
- 25% Beginners, 45% Intermediate, 30% advanced
- 2 snowboard half-pipes and terrain park
- 203 snow making guns, 6 seater express chairlift and Magic Carpet
- Good base facilities with licensed brassiere, Sno Shop & licenced crèche
- BONUS Children 5 years and under receive a free lift pass!
Night Skiing and First Tracks mean Coronet Peak offers longer on-snow hours than any other ski area in the country.
Veterans and first-timers will be blown away by the base area of this much-loved mountain. The base building provides superb facilities including food and beverage services a huge sundeck, enlarged spaces for ticketing, storage, rental and kids facilities doubling child care capacity.
Coronet Peak has 280 ski-able hectares accessed by a six seater express chair, an express quad, a double chair, a t-bar, 2 surface conveyor lifts and a beginners handle tow…
Don’t miss the European style Heidi’s Hut at Rocky Gully for gourmet pizzas, pasta, fantastic coffee and other Italian style delicacies as well as tasty mulled wine from the bar.
There’s a dedicated Dirty Dog terrain park and the mountain’s longest run, the M1-Big Easy is 2.4 km long and popular with intermediate and advanced skiers and riders. An award-winning ski and snowboard school and children six and under ski enjoy free day passes.