Coronet Peak is one of New Zealand's original ski resorts and continues to lead with innovative facilities. Coronet Peak has a diverse range of skiing options including easy beginner slopes, rolling off-piste runs and long groomed trails. There is night skiing on Friday and Saturday nights between July and September.

For more information regarding Coronet Peak ski holidays contact a friendly Flight Centre consultant and don't forget to ask about our great deals on hotels, tours, travel insurance, transfers and more.

Fast Facts

Ski Season:
Early June - Early October

Opening Times:
9am - 4pm

Terrain Grades:
5 beginner runs, 16 intermediate runs & 14 advanced runs.

1649m Base elevation, 1168m top elevation

1 high speed six seater, 2 express quads, 1 T-Bar & 4 surface conveyor lifts.

Ski School:
Child and adult ski school catering to all ski and snowboard abilities

Cost of a Day Pass:

Car parks:
There is 1 large parking area and several smaller spaces.

Getting There

The nearest airport to Coronet Peak is at Queenstown, a thirty minute drive away. Other airports on the South Island include Dunedin, 280km away and Christchurch, 420km away. Book New Zealand flights online.


There is no accommodation at Coronet Peak. However nearby Queenstown has many options catering to all budgets and styles. Book accommodation online

Car Hire

Hire a car in Queenstown. Chains are essential so be sure to hire chains also. You can book your car online to guarantee availability.

Travel Insurance

Skiing and snowboarding are great activities. So you can enjoy the snow with peace of mind, consider travel insurance for your winter holiday.


Coronet Peak hosts several events throughout the ski season including skin to the summit, dog derby and mountain mayhem.

All Inclusive Packages

For an all inclusive ski holiday package including flights, tours, ski passes and more please contact a Flight Centre consultant on 133 133 or fill in the enquiry form below.

Trail Map

Download the below PDF for a detailed map of the different trails available at Coronet Peak. On this map, green lines represent beginner trails, blue are intermediate and black lines are advanced and expert trails. The straight red lines mark the ski lifts. As can be seen on the map, Coronet Peak is ideal for intermediates and above, with very few beginner trails available.

Coronet Peak Trail Map [PDF]

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