Nested in the southern Alps, Queenstown offers a wide variety of skiing and snowboarding terrain. But, knowing where to travel on your ski trip to Queenstown isn’t easy.
So, we’ve done the hard work for you. With hundreds of acres of skiable terrain to explore, these are the destinations you need to visit on your ski and snowboard trip to Queenstown.
With its incredible terrain parks and world-class instruction, skiers and snowboarders of all levels flock to Cardrona every season. The resort continues to reinvest in its facilities, so you’re sure to experience some of the most modern infrastructures in the ski world. While the resort can be crowded in peak season, it’s incredibly family-friendly, easily accessible, and boasts some of the most stunning alpine views in all of New Zealand.
Treble Cone, one of the top ski resorts in New Zealand, features wide-open terrain, challenging vertical drops, and the nation’s highest annual snowfall. The trails at Treble Cone tend to lean more towards intermediate and expert. But, there are a handful of runs dedicated to beginners, too. Despite its convenient location and beautiful views of Lake Wanaka and Mt. Aspiring, Treble Cone tends to remain relatively uncrowded.
Located just 30 minutes from Queenstown, it doesn’t take long to figure out how The Remarkables mountain range received its name. As one of the most photographed mountain ranges in the world, skiers and snowboarders love shredding on the area’s incredible terrain parks and wide runs.
With an even distribution of beginner, intermediate, and expert slopes, Coronet Peak is an excellent choice for your ski trip to Queenstown. While the resort boasts modern snowmaking and incredible views, its on-site accommodations and night skiing are truly what set it apart from the competition.
As a company of active skiers, we have experienced the hassles of traveling with your gear and understand how important these items are to you. Our team is available 7 days a week ready to help answer any questions or concerns you may have.