Coronet Peak Ski Resort

Coronet Peak opened in 1947 and is situated 18 km from the lakeside town of Queenstown. It’s the oldest and most popular of the South island’s commercial ski areas and regarded by many as the birthplace of South Island skiing.

In spite of its long history, Coronet Peak has worked hard at remaining cutting edge, installing modern lifts and extensive snowmaking, as well as introducing night skiing - a popular feature on Friday and Saturday nights. The ski area hosts the FIS rated Southern Cup and the Queenstown Winter Festival. It is also the training ground of the New Zealand national ski team.

  • Ski Area

  • Ski Lifts & Passes

  • Ski Schools & Guiding

  • Beginners

  • Intermediate

  • Advanced

  • Boarding & Freestyle

  • Mountain Restaurants