Coronet Peak

Ski Field

Coronet Peak, the home of Good Times! Just 25 minutes from central Queenstown, the modern facilities, amazing views, roller coaster terrain make it the premier winter playground in New Zealand’s adventure capital.

Coronet Peak features ski terrain for all abilities from June to early October, the wide-open slopes and varied terrain make it a playground for snow sports and sightseeing.

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