About Coronet Peak

The Peak of Perfection

World-class facilities, superb conditions and a spectacular rollercoaster terrain make Coronet Peak New Zealand's most exciting destination for snow lovers of any ability.

An easy 20 minutes from picturesque Queenstown, Coronet Peak is perfect for serious action or sharing great times. Stunning high points and rolling trails offer seasoned skiers and riders something to really get your teeth into - including NZ's longest opening hours and thrilling weekend night skiing. For those just getting to know the snow the dedicated learner and novice areas make finding your snow feet easy.

Your friends will love Coronet Peak too. Home to premier events such as the Queenstown Winter Festival and the 100% Pure New Zealand Winter Games, the après ski is as impressive as the slopes. Stretch out your muscles and take in the sights and live music at the base building, or wrap your hands around hot chocolate or cold beer at Heidi's Hut. Our Euro-style pizza and pasta makes a great reward after hitting the slopes. And remember - it's only a perfect run if your friends see you do it.

  • Varied terrain - perfect for all abilities
  • Easy 20 mins 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 6 years & under

 

Snow Report

During the Winter season, you can listen to the latest snow report by calling +64 3 442 4620 or you can view the report in full here.

 

Mountain Statistics

Elevation
1649m
Vertical
481m
Skiable Area
280 Hectares
Lifts
1 high speed six seater, 2 express quads, 1 T- Bar and 4 surface conveyor lifts
Terrain
Beginners 25%, Intermediates 45%, Advanced 30% (includes Back Bowls)
Season 2014
7 June 2014 (Scheduled Opening)
Facilities
Fully licensed restaurant and bar and cafe, Sub Station on the sun deck. 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. Licensed creche and all day dedicated childrens programmes.
Snowmaking
New Zealand's most extensive snowmaking system, top to bottom coverage on multiple trails
Drive from town
20 minutes (18kms) from Queenstown.
Ski Shuttles
Snowline Express $18 return from Queenstown Snow Centre, departs every 20 minutes during peak times with pick ups at designated stops where space is available. Snowline Hotel Pick is $30 (Adult), $20 (Youth 17 & under) per person for a return trip. Prebook your seat by 9pm the night before. Pick ups from designated Queenstown accommodation providers.
Operating Hours
9:00am to 4:00pm
Night Skiing
Early July until mid-September, Friday and Saturday nights 4pm until 9pm
First Tracks
Daily, 8am - 9am from late June until late September
Longest Run
M1 - 2.4km

Tobogganing

For safety reasons due to the limited amount of suitable terrain we do not allow tobogganing within the Coronet Peak ski area.

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QUEENSTOWN RESORT COLLEGE

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Upcoming Events

The day doesn’t have to end at 4pm.  On Friday and Saturday night the Coronet Express and the Meadows Express stay open until 9pm.  Have some runs under lights, grab a pizza from the restaurant and sit round one of the braziers on the deck.  What a great end to the day.

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