Scheduled winter operating hours; Home Basin 9am - 4pm, Saddle Basin 9.00am - 3.30pm.
- Skifield Status
- 24hr snowfall
- Home Basin
- Live Temp
- Saddle Basin
About Treble Cone
Treble Cone, NZ is the South Island’s largest ski resort and longest ski field in Queenstown’s Southern Lakes District. Operation, Resort and Lift Info.
Treble Cone, NZ is the perfect ski resort to learn to ski. FREE beginner lifts and dedicated ski slope. Discounted Learn to Ski Packages available.
Treble Cone offers long blue groomed trails from one side of the ski area to the other, giving intermediate + skiers and snowboarders the opportunity to explore the mountain and it...
Advanced - Expert SKI & SNOWBOARD Long groomers and playful off-piste. Check out the terrain for you. The Motatapu Basin offers some of New Zealand's most revered inbound terrain. ...
Treble Cone, NZ accesses some of New Zealand’s best backcountry skiing terrain. Before going backcountry, check local Wanaka avalanche conditions.
Treble Cone, NZ is staffed by Ski Patrol and a full time Doctor. Before going skiing, know the Alpine Responsibility Code and always think snow safety.
Treble Cone, Wanaka NZ has a packed event calendar includes professional and amateur ski and snowboard races, fun kids days, live music and ice sculpturing.
Treble Cone, the South Island's largest ski area, takes pride in creating a REAL ‘Kiwi’ experience and looks forward to welcoming returning and new seasonal staff to the mountain.
Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions - Subjects What is the access road like? How do I find mountain weather conditions? Can I hire equipment up the mountain? What...
Get the most out of Treble Cone Ski Resort
Want to know where the Wanaka locals ski & Snowboard?
Well here it is, some of our many secret little pleasures. Keep them to yourself… ok.
No.1 A Perfectly Groomed Raffils Run
Cruising down an empty Raffills Run afloat on dry groomed snow, smoke coming off the back of the skis, taking in the amazing view.
No.2 DREAM WEAVER IN SPRING
Picking your way down Dream Weaver on a sunny spring day, forcing you to practise your turns and finding little natural hits to pop some fun airs.
NO.3 Secret home basin powder pockets
When other locals head to the chutes on a powder day, try bombing straight under the Home Basin Chair lift for some untouched Hollywood pow pow turns.
No.4 Hot coffee in the cafe
Treble Cone has the best espresso coffee in and out of Wanaka. Seriously no better way to warm up after a tumble on a cold powder day. Brrrrrr.