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Coronet Peak Bike Park is open for the 21/22 summer season until 3rd April 2022 and will reopen Saturday 10th December 2022. 

Make the most of the natural terrain at Coronet Peak. Starting at the top of the Coronet Express chairlift, our trails are fun, flowy and technical with breathtaking alpine views. You can expect an epic time, and because trails are accessed by chairlift it means you get faster laps and more vertical. A range of passes are available with a day, sunset or season pass on offer.

This Summer we're bringing you some extra vertical with the addition of Upper Rude Rock. You can’t say you’ve done it unless you’ve started from the top!

This summer we'll be doing late night Thursdays until 8pm, so you can still get away for some epic summer weekends. 

The Coronet XC trail is rated an intermediate Grade 3, while the Coronet DH trail is for the more experienced rated at expert grade 5. You can also access gain access to Slip Saddle (grade 6) and Upper and Lower Rude Rock (grade 4).

Bike hire, transport, workshop and a cafe are available on site too.

Contact Us
Company: Coronet Peak
Tel: +64 3 441 1508
Freephone: +08 0 069 7547
Email: info@nzski.com
Web: Visit Website

  • Physical Address

    Coronet Peak Ski Area

    Queenstown, 9300

    Amenities

    Facilities
    Transport Info
    Opening Information
    • Air Conditioning
    • Bar/Lounge
    • Coffee/Tea Facilities
    • Kids menu
    • On-site Parking
    • Outdoor seating
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant on Site
    • Ski Storage
    • Wifi Internet
    • Coronet Peak is a scenic 20-minute drive from central Queenstown on sealed alpine roads.


    • Holiday hours: Closed Christmas Day.

    • Months of Operation: January, February, March, December

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