Which ski field is best Queenstown?
The Remarkables Ski Resort
What is the best ski field in Queenstown? The best ski field in Queenstown is The Remarkables Ski Resort in my opinion. However, I also love Cardrona, and it’s a close second! Coronet Peak tends to have the worst conditions and the snow is often very icy.
What is the best ski field in Queenstown for beginners?
Cardrona is great for beginners with its wide open slopes and brand new chondola, a ‘combined’ lift of gondola cabins and chairs, making it easy for first time skiers and snowboarders to ride to the top of the mountain on their first day.
Can you stay on the ski fields in Queenstown?
Central Queenstown has a range of fantastic ski accommodation including hotels, motels, hostels, B&B’s and holiday rentals located right in the town centre. This is the place to stay if you are after a social, action-packed ski holiday, with everything handily located within a stone’s throw of your accommodation.
Is the skiing good in Queenstown?
Why Queenstown is the Best Place to Ski in New Zealand With four world-class ski fields, outstanding instructors, superb skiing and snowboarding facilities and good old Kiwi hospitality, Queenstown is the best place to ski in New Zealand this winter.
Is Coronet Peak good for beginners?
Coronet Peak is Queenstown’s most underrated ski field as it tries to compete with high altitude options – The journey time from Queenstown is unrivalled at about 20 minutes and the terrain is epic fun for beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers!
Can you stay on the mountain in Queenstown?
Unlike many other parts of the world, on-mountain accommodation at the New Zealand ski resorts is not very common, and true New Zealand ski-in ski-out accommodation is very rare indeed. Most New Zealand accommodation is off-mountain in towns such as Queenstown, Wanaka, Methven, Lake Tekapo and Ohakune.
How do I get to Coronet Peak?
Getting here Getting to Coronet Peak is easy; we’re the closest ski area to Queenstown, only 16kms from Queenstown. You can either drive yourself or catch a ride on the Coronet Peak Ski Bus. The Ski Bus departs regularly from Duke St in Central Queenstown for an easy ride up and down the mountain in winter.
How do I get to Queenstown ski fields?
Getting to our mountains is easy! The Ski Bus departs regularly from Memorial St in Central Queenstown for an easy ride up and down the mountain in winter. We have a fleet of modern 4WD buses to carry you and your equipment in comfort. Coronet Peak is the closest ski field to Queenstown, only 16kms away.
Which is better Queenstown or Wanaka?
In Winter, the region attracts skiers from all over the world. With Treble Cone, Wanaka has the largest skiing area in the South Island while Queenstown offers with the Remarkables and Coronet Peak with the only tarsealed road accessed skiing in New Zealand. Cardrona is equally reachable from both towns.
Is it safe to drive to Coronet Peak?
The Coronet Peak road is a fully sealed alpine road. Please drive to the conditions, maintain two-way access and carry chains at all times. Check the weather page on our website for road conditions and car park availability.
Is Coronet Peak good?
Coronet Peak Ski Resort is an excellent mountain for beginners and intermediates, and there are various groomed trails of varying pitch, including some relatively steep runs. Coronet Peak also has a little fun for advanced riders, pending adequate snow cover.
Can you ski in Queenstown NZ?
Skiing & Snowboarding Queenstown’s four ski fields offer varied and true alpine terrain, the closest just 20 minutes’ drive from town centre. Offering one of the longest seasons in the Southern Hemisphere, Queenstown welcomes skiers and snowboarders from June to October.
How has covid-19 impacted Queenstown’s ski season?
Due to COVID-19, safety measures were put in place by New Zealand which impacted the 20/21 ski season for resorts in Queenstown. These included a mandatory 14-day quarantine for international travellers, physical distancing on and off the mountain during Level 2 restrictions and contact tracing.
Where is the best ski field near Wanaka?
This leaves us with Treble Cone, the closest ski field to Wanaka and a favourite amongst the “locals.” Recognised as South Island’s largest ski resort, featuring the longest vertical rise in the Queenstown-Wanaka region, Treble Cone displays expansive terrain over two large basins.
Where are the best places to go mountain biking in Queenstown?
Slightly closer to Queenstown, Coronet Peak offers fun terrain for all abilities and The Remarkables is perfect for freestylers and a more intermediate level.