Just a 20 minute drive along a sealed road, Coronet Peak is the closest mountain to Queenstown. Stunning high points and rolling trails offer seasoned skiers and riders something to really get your teeth into. For those new to the snow, dedicated learner and novice areas make finding your snow feet easy.
• Varied terrain for all abilities
• New Zealand’s longest ski day with First Tracks and Night Ski
• Quick & easy on-mountain rental system
. Private and group lessons for all abilities available on the mountain from our experience coaches.
. Bus transport available from central Queenstown.
. A range of dining options
• Supervised kids’ programmes and Early Learning Centre for children age 2 & up
Are their shuttles to the ski field? The Coronet Peak Ski Bus(opens in new window) The Ski Bus runs buses from the Queenstown Snow Centre on Duke Street, $15 return trip. There is also a Hotel Ski Bus that will collect you from designated accommodation in Queenstown, $25 return trip.
Does the ski area have a terrain park? Yes. Kids Fun Zone, beginner & intermediate features, conditions depending.
Can I purchase food at the ski area? There are fourcafes(opens in new window)at Coronet Peak, including a fully-licensed bar, café and restaurant in the Coronet Peak Base Building. You can dine beside the fire at Heidi’s Hut, enjoy a hot meal from the restaurant, or head to Falcons Rest out on the deck for a mulled wine by the fire.
What type of lessons does the ski area provide? TheCoronet Peak Snowsports School(opens in new window)offers a range of ski and snowboard lessons and programmes for all ages and ability levels including first timers, group lessons, private lessons and a variety of one week and two day clinics.
Does the ski area offer any childcare or crèche services?
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