Treble Cone

South Island, New Zealand

About Treble Cone

Treble Cone Ski Resort is a serious contender for offering the most beautiful views of any ski resort in the world. A 35 minute drive from the epicentre of Wanaka, guests are offered spectacular vistas of the surrounding Southern Alps and Lake Wanaka beneath, reminiscent of a Norwegian fjord.

Treble Cone Ski Resort’s scale is evident in it offering the most vertical in all of the Southern Lakes at 700m, its longest run a positively leg destroying 4km’s. The resort can also boast the title of largest South Island ski and snowboard resort, its 550ha tenure spread across two large basins. The resultant geography offering some of the most revered terrain in New Zealand, loaded with steep chutes and gullies, open bowls and natural half pipes, making it particularly suited for the intermediate to expert riders. So whatever your off-piste preference, Treble Cone Ski Resort is sure to have something for you.


Snow Resort Stats


Treble Cone
  • Elevation Top 2088m
  • Elevation Bottom1260m
  • Vertical Drop 700m
  • Skiable Terrain 550ha
  • Longest Run 4.3 km
  • Beginner 10%
  • Intermediate 45%
  • Advanced 45%
  • Total Number of Trails


Treble Cone
  • Total 4
  • Highest Lifted Point1960m
  • Gondolas & Trams 0
  • High Speed Sixes
  • High Speed Quads
  • Quad Chairs 1
  • Triple Chairs 0
  • Double Chairs 0
  • Surface Lifts 2
  • Uphill Capacity 4,500 people/hour

Snow Making

Treble Cone
  • Snow Making 50 hectares
  • Total Number of Guns20
  • Annual Average Snowfall 5.5m

Terrain Parks

Treble Cone
  • Total 2
  • Name Jazz Park and Jazz Kid’s Fun Trail
  • Half Pipes 0
  • Half Pipe Size
  • Total Terrain Park Area Size



Treble Cone Ski Area

Great terrain, with fresh snow there's heaps to explore. Good access to back country and extreme terrain. Amazing views too! $149 for a day ticket is a but much but the online multi day ticket discounts make it more reasonable...
Fantastic view, great mountain etc etc but let’s talk about everything around that. Busses from
Wanaka and back didn’t have seatbelts, but the drivers didn’t seem to care about that, very rough driving! Guest services was anything but friendly and helpful. Extremely high prices on food and drinks, and the wait to get a hot drink, any hot drink, was over 15min. You can do better guys...
Great mountain, even with bad snow fall. Definitely not beginner friendy. If you're not comfortable on blues, look elsewhere. Also pricey tickets ($150). But best skiing had in a while. All the staff are incredibly friendly.