Queenstown has been kind us as new arrivals, waiting a few weeks before really putting on a snow-show. However, in the last few weeks we’ve had an incredible season, with 145cm on The Remarkables, 95cm on Coronet Peak, and more on the way. Our upcoming clients are in for a real treat.

Of course, the mountains isn’t the only activity to do in Winter. Queenstown is famous for its adrenaline rush culture, with bungy jumping, jet boating, skydiving, zip lining, paragliding, quad and off-road driving and luging, to name just a few activities our guests have recently taken part in.

Let’s talk about how you can get your guests to experience Queenstown in Winter! 

The Remarkables Via instagram

There’s a reason why they’re called The Remarkables

Coronet Peak

Coronet Peak looking it’s best on a sunny day from it’s big sister The Remarkables

Coronet Peak

Ski season is truely here on Coronet Peak.