The ski resort Coronet Peak is located in Otago, Queenstown, New Zealand and offers breath-taking landscapes and beautiful scenery. Its spectacular, roller coaster type terrain makes Coronet Peak one of New Zealand's most exciting ski resorts for snow lovers of any age and ability.
This fantastic resort offers 40 kilometres of slopes with elevations between 1,229 and 1,649 meters, so whether you are a powder professional or a beginner on the slopes you’re sure to find something to suit you. There are 8 kilometres of ‘easy’ blue slopes with wider runs for turning, stopping and gliding. There are 16 kilometres of slopes for those who want something a little more challenging. If you are a thrill seeker and after pure exhilaration then there are 16 kilometres of ‘expert’ black runs including the double diamond run ‘Back Bowls’ which is located at the top of the Coronet Express chair lift. On Friday and Saturday the resort provides night skiing opportunities on 10 kilometres of floodlit slopes, perfect for those who want to extend the skiing day. In addition to the slopes there are 2 terrain parks for snowboarders and a tubing park which is great fun for all the family.
Coronet Peak offers a great après ski and dining options with a selection of bars and cafes at the base of the resort and the gorgeous mountain restaurant and Heidi’s Hut which is located at the foot of Rocky Gully, it serves an Italian-style menu including a great selection of gourmet pizzas, pastas and soups and has a heated deck where skiers and non-skiers enjoy the surroundings
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