Coronet Peak is New Zealand’s premier and most popular ski resort. It is a 25 minute drive from Queenstown along sealed roads. Seasons run approx mid June to early October, opening from 9am – 4pm. Coronet Peak is suited to all levels offering beginner to advanced slopes.
Coronet Peak has 280 hectares of terrain accessible via a six seater express chair, an express quad, a double chair and T-bar. There is a designated beginner’s area called the Meadows with 1 beginner handle tow, 2 carpets and its own snowmaking.
Night skiing is available on Friday and Saturday’s 4pm – 9pm. Children under 6 years get a free lift pass. A regular shuttle service also runs from Queenstown.
The downside to skiing here is that it’s always crowded.
Base area facilities include several cafes, a huge heated deck, ski and board lessons, retail, hire equipment and repair areas and a licensed crèche.
Coronet Peak’s longest run is the M1-Big Easy, 2.4 km long and popular with intermediate and advanced skiers and boarders.
Highest Point: 1628 metres
Vertical Point: 462 metres
Skiable Area: 280 hectares
Number of Lifts
6 seater express chairlift, 1 express quad chair, 1 double chair, 1 T-bar, 1 beginner handle tow, 2 carpets
Adult $93, Student $70, Child (7-17yrs )/ Senior (65-74yrs) $51
Adult $60, Student $48, Child/Senior $36
Multi-day pass (3 days)
Adult $255, Student $192, Child/Senior $141
Skis, boots, poles, snowboards, helmets and outwear available on the mountain.
One Day Ski or Board (including lift, lesson and rental)
Child (6-17yrs ski) $160 (8-17yrs snowboard) (includes lunch, lift, lesson and rental)
snowboard half pipes
ski and board lessons
regular shuttle service from Queenstown
a huge heated deck