Day 2: Queenstown | Coronet Peak
Everyone can ski like a pro at Coronet Peak - there are dedicated slopes for first timers and long, wide groomed trails with plenty of choice for more experienced skiers. Once you know the ropes, you'll enjoy the vertical off the express quad, or exploring the rolling terrain with plenty of dips and drops for great variety.
Coronet Peak is the oldest ski area in the South Island. Spread across a broad mountain, the field is wide and sunny with an impressive variety of runs, and the facilities are some of the best around.
Everything is designed to ensure you make the most of skiing and boarding. For boarders, Coronet Peak is a natural terrain park, full of endless hits and powder stashes.
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Breakfast, Lift Pass, Dinner
SLOPE INFO Coronet Peak Levels: 30% Beginner, 40% Intermediate, 30% Advanced Height: 1649m Vertical: 462m Skiable Area: 280ha
- Day 1: Queenstown | The Remarkables
- Day 2: Queenstown | Coronet Peak
- Day 3: Queenstown
- Day 4: Queenstown to Wanaka | Cardrona
- Day 5: Wanaka | Treble Cone
- Day 6: Wanaka to Tekapo | Ohau
- Day 7: Tekapo to Christchurch | Roundhill/Mt Dobson/Mt Hutt
- Day 8: Christchurch to Springfield | Porters
- Day 9: Springfield | Broken River
- Day 10: Springfield to Craigieburn | Mt Olympus/Temple Basin
- Day 11: Craigieburn
- Day 12: Craigieburn to Christchurch