Coronet Peak Ski Resort
Coronet Peak opened in 1947 as New Zealand’s first commercial ski field. For this reason, it has led the way ever since, pioneering night skiing in New Zealand and New Zealand’s longest ski day with First Tracks. Uniquely situated, Coronet Peak is only 25 minutes from central Queenstown to experience the South Island’s longest day on the slopes. With a 8am start you can ski all day then continue well after dark with night skiing until 9pm.
From 1,649 metres the legend that is Coronet Peak ski field starts you off with a spectacular outlook of lakes, mountains and rolling farmland, then takes everything up a notch with a ski buzz few mountains ever achieve.
From die-hard locals stopping off for a few runs on the way to work to ski teams from around the world in training and holiday-makers happy to cruise, the 280 hectares of the terrain is like an extension of Queenstown’s renowned atmosphere.
About Coronet Peak Ski Resort
Distance from Queenstown: 18km
Travel time from Queenstown (by bus): 25mins
Season dates: 15th June – 7th Oct 2019
Operating hours: 9am – 4pm daily
Skiable area: 280 hectares
Chairlifts: 1 six-seater, 2 quads, 1 T- bar and 4 surface conveyors
Vertical rise: 462m
Longest run: 2.4km
Facilities: Fully licensed restaurant, bar and cafe, rental shop, childcare, airbag operating weekends and night skiing hours.
Highlights: 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!
Check out all the ski packages in Coronet Peak Ski Resort and the bus timetable.