Coronet Peak Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:560
- Terrain Parks:1
Stylish and cosmopolitan, Coronet Peak is the South Island’s most popular mountain resort. Rolling natural terrain combined with sophisticated facilities in a striking new base building attracts skiers and boarders of all age ranges and abilities. Night skiing and First Tracks mean Coronet Peak offers longer on-snow hours than any other ski area in the country. Automated snowmaking capacity ensures quality snow over a long season. Exuding passion and quality, Coronet Peak facilities include high speed chairlifts, extensive trails, several eateries, heated deck where skiers and non-skiers enjoy the surroundings, retail, rental and repair, Snowsports School and a licensed Skiwiland Crèche.
- Nearest Airport:Queenstown
- Nearest Train Station:Queenstown
- Tourist Office Phone:+64 03 442 4620
- Tourist Office Website:www.nzski.com/
- Slopeside accommodation:no
Announcements & News from the Coronet Peak ski resort manager
Coronet Peak is opening two weeks earlier. The ski field, which is 20 minutes from downtown Queenstown, will be open for one day only on Saturday June 2nd on Queen’s birthday weekend. It's official opening day is Saturday June 16th. The four-seater Coronet Express and Meadows Express chairlifts will be spinning, offering a variety of terrain for confident beginners, intermediate and advanced skiers and riders.
The Remarkables will not open on Queen’s Birthday Weekend, but pass holders that ride The Remarkables also have access to Coronet Peak, so no one need be disappointed. The Remarkables is due to open on Saturday June 9.
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- Issued:15 Feb
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Visitor Reviews of Coronet Peak
Mia from New Zealand writes:
A great resort for beginners, intermediates and experts. It would be even better if the T-bar was replaced with a chair lift to spread people out on the mountain! The only other down side is the steps up to the snow from the base building. It is difficult for children to carry skis up and down stairs.