Coronet Peak launches mid-week night skiing
Coronet Peak is bringing out the stars on Wednesdays nights, as it extends its Friday and Saturday twilight and night skiing experience to Wednesdays during July.
New Zealand’s home of night skiing, Coronet Peak is only 25 minutes from downtown Queenstown.
Coronet Peak Ski Area Manager, Nigel Kerr, says this offers skiing and boarding lovers an attractive mid-week option.
“Where else in this part of the world can you go from a bustling town centre with diverse activities and an international airport and be night skiing or riding in less than half an hour?”
“Night and twilight skiing are more than just the extension of a day’s skiing. It is an entirely different, more magical experience, and now you have the option to do it mid-week too,” he said.
Night skiers will be able to enjoy two new additions to the floodlit trails. Running off the side of the M1 trail Duncan’s Dance, a rolling terraced run, and the Pro Am run alongside the lower Coronet Express will be lit up for 2017 night skiing adding to the many runs on offer.
When paying as you go, an adult night ski lift pass from 4-9pm is $59, while children 6 and over are $35. A Twilight pass, which runs from 12:30pm-9.00pm, is $119 per adult and $60 for kids 6 and over. Children 5 and under are free for all passes at Coronet Peak and The Remarkables.
For more information please contact:
Nigel Kerr, Coronet Peak Ski Area Manager, +64 27 236 8553, firstname.lastname@example.org