Coronet Peak

Coronet Peak

Coronet Peaks Exchange Drop had plenty of fresh powder


Diverse terrain and fantastic views are just 25 minutes (18km) from downtown Queenstown at Coronet Peak ski field. Drive up the winding, fully sealed road to access 280 hectares of terrain, including two terrain parks. There’s something for everyone, from beginners to pro snow sports enthusiasts.

Coronet Peak boasts the longest hours of any ski area in New Zealand. First Tracks begin at 8am and night skiing is offered between 4pm and 9pm on Fridays and Saturdays from June to September. Highlights include the 2.4km M1, a varied intermediate run which snakes down the mountain and connects to black diamond runs if you want to finish in style. For 360 mountain views, great coffee and gourmet pizzas, head to the Rocky Gully T-bar to access Hedi’s Hut.

Don’t fancy skiing or snowboarding today? No worries, try whizzing across the snow on a tube! It’s great fun for all the family.

Coronet Peak breakdown:

-       A six-seater express chair

-       Two high speed quad chairs

-       One T-Bar, leading to an on-mountain cafe

-       Learner conveyor belts

-       Large café/ restaurant

-       Skiwi Land early learning centre for the kids

-       Two terrain parks

-       Night skiing

-       Tubing

An airbag on the deck for Coronet Peak night skiing this Saturday
Catching air over fresh powdery snow at Coronet Peak media2
Coronet Peak is ready for opening day
Coronet Peaks Exchange Drop had plenty of fresh powder
Local school students line up for school skiing at Queenstowns Coronet Peak
Lone snowboarder enjoying fresh turns at Coronet Peak this morning
New snow a drawcard at Queenstowns Coronet Peak


Address: Coronet Peak, Queenstown