Which ski field in Queenstown is best for beginners?

Which ski field in Queenstown is best 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.

Is Remarkables good for beginners?

Beginners are safest where the terrain is not too steep, where runs can be well groomed and where other skiers have enough space to give them a wide berth. The Remarkables has some of the widest, smoothest beginner runs. Cardrona and Coronet Peak also have spacious dedicated beginners’ areas.

How many days do you need to ski in Queenstown?

Spend three days on the slopes, with two sets of lessons each day, as you learn the basics and begin tackling more challenging terrain. With passes valid at both The Remarkables and Coronet Peak, Queenstown beginner ski packages offer an excellent discount.

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.

How do I redeem my Queenstown NZSki pass?

As with the Queenstown NZSki Pass, most ski products can be redeemed at either mountain. To check in and load ski products on your electronic Wanaka ski pass, visit Cardrona’s office in either Wanaka or Queenstown. You can also check in on the mountain when you arrive for your first day of skiing.

What to do in Queenstown this winter?

Check out incredible sunsets before you send it down wide-open floodlit trails at Coronet Peak. Night Ski is a bucket list winter activity for Queenstown. Night Skiing is available 4-9pm Wednesdays and Fridays from late June – 27th August with Saturday Night Ski also available throughout July.