Treble Cone

Treble Cone is the South Island’s largest ski resort with a huge 550 hectares of terrain. With so much terrain, plus legendary off-piste and longer, steepers runs, Treble Cone is an excellent challenge. The terrain is largely blue and black grade making this the mountain of choice for intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders, although beginners can still find their feet on the "Nice'n'Easy Platter". 

Situated on the edge of Lake Wanaka, the views from the top are breathtaking. Relax in the cafe and take in the scenery in between runs.

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About Treble Cone

Distance from Queenstown: 100km

Travel time from Queenstown (by bus): 1 hour 30 minutes approx

Season dates: 22nd June to 1st October 2017

Operating hours: 9am - 4pm daily (Saddle Basin 9.30-3.30 pm)

Skiable area: 550 hectares

Chairlifts: 2 quads, 2 learner area lifts

Vertical rise: 705m

Longest run: 4km

Facilities: Cafe, rental shop, childcare, free beginner platter (surface lift)

Highlights: Legendary views over idyllic Lake Wanaka. Challenging steep terrain – your legs will be burning, but you’ll be hooked!

Treble Cone Trail Map 3 



Beginner 10%

Intermediate 45%

Advanced 45%

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Mountain Stats

Treble Cone

Distance: 90 mins from Queenstown

Open: 22nd June - 1st October 2016

Skiable area: 550 hectares

Vertical Rise: 700m