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Coronet Peak Coronet Peak, Otago, New Zealand Visit website
Coronet Peak is a commercial skifield in Queenstown, New Zealand located seven kilometres west of Arrowtown, on the southern slopes of the 1,649-metre peak which shares its name. 40km of slopes and 4 lifts are available for the guests.
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Coronet Peak, located in the Otago region of New Zealand's South Island, is an all-season ski resort renowned for its steep and challenging terrain. Up to 20 feet of natural snow falls each season, covering Coronet's extensive terrain park, with varied runs for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. The mountain also offers night skiing and a range of mountain activities, including heli skiing, tobogganing and snowshoeing. With its beautiful mountain setting, Coronet Peak is a popular destination for both local and international visitors.
Coronet Peak in Otago is a popular hiking and mountain biking destination. It’s located near the city of Queenstown and is easily accessible via highway. The peak offers stunning views of the Southern Alps, Lake Wakatipu, and the Remarkables range. Its low elevation and easy access makes it a great spot for novice hikers or those just wanting some fresh air. It's possible to hike the 4.5 km Coronet Peak Tracks which makes its way along the mountainside and past several mountain tarns. Along the way, you'll get both incredible views and also some areas of interesting alpine vegetation. There's also plenty of options for different routes if you're looking for more of a challenge.
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