Ski like a local and enjoy the stunning snow-capped mountains of the Southern Alps.
Five commercial ski resorts make up the Queenstown and Wanaka offerings for snow lovers. Choose from The Remarkables, Coronet Peak, Cardrona, Treble Cone and Snow Farm(opens in new window) with something for everyone including Olympic-sized super pipes, state of the art chairlifts, cruising groomed runs, big mountain style and spectacular views.
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. NOW with a new 6 seater high speed chairlift!See more
Treble Cone is the largest ski area in New Zealand’s South Island and offers the longest vertical in the Southern Lakes, famous for its long, uncrowded groomed slopes, legendary off-piste terrain and unrivaled views.See more
Whether you’re on a Queenstown skiing holiday or on an NZ snow trip with friends, Cardrona Alpine Resort has got you covered - conveniently nestled between Queentown & Wanaka.See more
Experience big mountain terrain at The Remarkables with sun-soaked chutes & untouched snow. Test out your skills in one of seven parks or take your first turns in our massive learner’s area. The Remarks offers terrain & facilities for all abilities.See more
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Beginner skiers will love
Bring a camera, a sense of adventure and your party shoes. First-time skiers and boarders are well catered for with dedicated beginner ski areas and lift/lesson/rental package options at all four resorts. Pack sunscreen, bring goggles and gloves and rent the rest.
Experienced skiers will love
Strap on the Go Pro and point your skis or board downward, you are in for one hell of an advanced terrain ride coveted by Freeride World Tour big mountain skiers, Olympic slopestylers and FIS racers. Small Planet Sports in Queenstown caters exclusively for all backcountry touring equipment and big name demo gear for those seeking adventure. Experienced skiers will also love ›