Ski Transfer To Coronet Peak (Round Trip)
Pickups at 25 locations in Queenstown start at 7:30am, then you'll leave the city behind on the ride to the ski area (please be at your arranged pickup location five minutes prior to scheduled departure). With a wide range of terrain and consistent snow, Coronet Peak is a favorite for both locals and visitors, and the longest run tops out at 1.5 miles (2.4 km.). From die-hard locals stopping off for a few runs on the way to work, to ski teams from around the world in training and holiday-makers happy to cruise, the 280 hectares of terrain is like an extension of Queenstown’s renowned atmosphere. At the end of a day of skiing or riding, meet the driver for 4:15 departure back to Queenstown, where you'll be dropped at the original departure point. Season dates: 17th June – 1st October 2017
Why take this tour?
This is a seasonal mountain transport from Queenstown to Coronet Peak Ski Field, from 16th June to 30th Sep 2019. (2020 dates to be announced soon. ) Accommodation pickups are available from 25 locations around Queenstown at no extra cost, ideally situated for most major accommodation. From 1,649 metres the legend that is Coronet Peak starts you off with a spectacular outlook of lakes, mountains and rolling farmland, then takes everything up a notch with a ski buzz few mountains ever achieve.
Hotel pickup (selected hotels only)
All taxes, fees and handling charges
Lift pass is not included, you can purchase it in our shop at 37 Shotover St or up in the mountain.
Things to know
Before you book
Duration: 30-60 minutes
Mobile tickets accepted
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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