Treble Cone Ski Resort Guide
- Acres of ski:1359
- Terrain Parks:2
Treble Cone is the largest ski field in New Zealand’s South Island and offers the longest vertical rise in Queenstown’s Southern Lakes District. Famous for its’ long uncrowded groomed slopes, legendary off-piste terrain and unrivalled views, Treble Cone is the closest ski field to Wanaka and is only 90 minutes from Queenstown. Treble Cone offers a real New Zealand ski field experience to all snow lovers. For those new to snow sports, we have a free beginner surface lift and uncrowded slope, located alongside the comforts of the Base lodge and café. For the more adventurous, our far-reaching boundaries offer some of the best free-riding terrain in New Zealand; plentiful with natural gullies, wide faces and legendary powder.
- Nearest Airport:Queenstown
- Nearest Train Station:-
- Tourist Office Phone:+64 3 443 7443
- Tourist Office Website:www.treblecone.com
- Slopeside accommodation:no
Announcements & News from the Treble Cone ski resort manager
Season Dates are 23rd June - 2nd October 2016. Throughout the winter season Treble Cone hosts numerous events including ski and snowboard racing, banked slalom, ice carving, live music and kids days.
See www.treblecone.com for a winter event calendar.
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Visitor Reviews of Treble Cone
Jackson Staub from Australia writes:
Treble Cone is by far the most exciting and diverse of the NZ ski fields. I have been coming to Wanaka to ski TC for over 10 years and always find new routes and have a great time. I highly recommended the field; so much that 15 friends from Australia are coming over to see what it's like! It's also great how uncrowded the field is, even right in the middle of the school holidays; no 45 minute queue times here!
The one thing I would like to see in the future is a better terrain park. There seems to be quite a few sweet rails floating around but they are only put up well into the season. It would be excellent to have the terrain park with some of these rails put up and maintained from the get go, especially during July! (and school holidays).