Coronet Peak

South Island, New Zealand

A mere 20 minutes from Queenstown, Coronet Peak is one of New Zealand’s most popular and accessible resorts. Fans have flocked there to enjoy winter sports for more than 60 years. Families and enthusiastic newcomers continue to revel in the cosmopolitan atmosphere, fantastic views and diverse rolling terrain that provides challenges and hidden delights for all ability levels. Coronet peak is also the home of night skiing and the slopes light up on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights, so the fun doesn’t have to stop when the sun goes down.

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Snow Resort Stats

Mountain

  • Elevation Top 1649m
  • Elevation Bottom1200m
  • Vertical Drop 462m
  • Skiable Terrain 126ha
  • Longest Run 2.4km
  • Beginner 25%%
  • Intermediate 45%%
  • Advanced 30%%
  • Total Number of Trails32

Lifts

  • Total 8
  • Highest Lifted Point1649m
  • Gondolas & Trams N
  • High Speed Sixes
  • High Speed
  • Quads 2
  • Quad Chairs N
  • Triple Chairs N
  • Double Chairs 1
  • Surface Lifts 4
  • Uphill Capacity 9218 people/hour

Snow Making

  • Snow Making 81.5 hectares
  • Total Number of Guns204
  • Annual Average Snowfall 2.1 m

Terrain Parks

  • Total 1
  • Name Novice Terrain Park
  • Half Pipes 0
  • Half Pipe Size
  • Total Terrain Park Area Size

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