Treble Cone

  • Largest ski area on the South Island
  • Fantastic runs for intermediates and experts
  • New Zealand’s highest annual snowfall
  • Very limited beginner terrain and relatively expensive lift tickets

Treble Cone Ski Packages

Lodging Discount Price
Wanaka View Motel
13% off $400
Wanaka Springs Lodge
13% off $653
Manuka Crescent Motel
12% off $317

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Treble Cone is one of the top resorts in Queenstown. With 20 runs spanning 1,359 acres, it is well worth a visit if you find yourself in the area. To give you a snapshot of the resort, we've put together a comprehensive list of key statistics, including mountain profile, lift system, historical opening and closing dates, and ticket pricing. Make sure you read the reviews left by skiers and riders who've experienced it first hand, and check out how they rate the resort!

2018 Historical Snowfall

Treble Cone

Treble ConeCardrona
beginner10 %25 %
intermediate45 %50 %
advanced45 %25 %
total runs20 38
ski area1,359ac 853ac
summit elevation6,430ft 6,102ft
total lifts4 6
child lift ticketFree $60 NZD ($39 USD)
adult lift ticket$135 NZD ($88 USD) $115 NZD ($75 USD)
back country
value for money
average total snowfall34″ 17″

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Treble Cone Reviews

Fabulous 4.4 / 5
based on 4 reviews

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Very Good!4.1 / 5Nov 24, 2017
MDMatt D.
advanced skier
The who mountain isn't groomed except the cat track. Lots of rock drops and other back country skiing. It's pretty cool. You should go for a ski there. A few pros ski there... More
Good!3.7 / 5Nov 24, 2017
SHSam H.
expert skier
This is the best resort in the world outside of peak times. The in bounds terrain combined with the accessibility to serious OOB zones is second to none. New lines to be skiid after weeks of skiing the moutain. Love TC... More
Superb!5 / 5Oct 14, 2017
GGGary G.
My favorite New Zealand resort so far (though I haven't been to Ohau yet). Treble Cone is in Wannaka which is definitely my pick of where to stay over Queenstown (more relaxed but less nightlife). It has some great technical terrain with some nice steep lines and chutes to find. If the conditions are good you can venture out the gates into some... More
Superb!5 / 5Oct 09, 2017
By far the most beautiful resort i've ever visited. Treble Cone has arguably the best views in the world for riding. Nestled above all the other mountains in Queenstown, Treble Cone has some nice long runs for those chasing some speed. Some challenging yet extremely fun red runs and funnel runs for those looking for something different in... More

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