CORONET PEAK SKI RESORT (South Island)

Stylish and cosmopolitan, Coronet Peak is the South Island’s most popular mountain resort. Rolling natural terrain combined with sophisticated facilities in a striking new base building attracts skiers and boarders of all age ranges and abilities.

Night skiing and First Tracks mean Coronet Peak offers longer on-snow hours than any other ski area in the country. Automated snowmaking capacity has been tripled for 2008 ensuring quality snow over a long season.

Exuding passion and quality, Coronet Peak facilities include high speed chairlifts, extensive trails, several eateries, heated deck where skiers and non-skiers enjoy the surroundings, retail, rental and repair, Snowsports School and a licensed Skiwiland Crèche.

Elevation

1649 metres

Vertical

462 metres

Skiable Area

280 hectares

Lifts

1 high-speed six seater chair, 2 high-speed quad chairs, 1 t-bar, 4 surface conveyor lifts

Terrain

Beginner 25%, Intermediate 45%, Advanced 30% (excludes Back Bowls)

Season

13 June to 4 October 2015

Facilities

Coronet Brasserie and bar & Heidi's Hutt (both fully licensed) and the Westend Cafe; Rentals - ski, boots and poles, snowboard/boots/ guards and clothing; Repair workshop, Ski storage; Retail outlet - ski accessories and clothing; First aid and emergency services; Licensed Early Learning Center.

Snowmaking

Yes - extensive coverage, top to bottom

Drive from town

20 minutes (18kms) from Queenstown.

Ski Shuttles

Daily shuttles are available to/from Queenstown.

Operating Hours

9:00am to 4:00pm daily
Night Skiing: 4.00pm to 9.00pm Fri & Sat

Longest Run

M1 - 2.4km

Website

www.nzski.com


  BEGINNER INTERMEDIATE ADVANCED
TERRAIN 25% 45% 30%

  ADULT STUDENT YOUTH
AFTERNOON PASS $73 N/A $41
DAY LIFT PASS $104 $78 $59
MULTI DAY PASS Click here for prices
Children aged 6 years and under receive FREE day lift passes

Coronet Peak Ski Resort is in the Otago Region of New Zealand, close to Wanaka & Queenstown.


 
     

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