QUEENSTOWN
SNOW REPORTS

The Queenstown, New Zealand ski season runs from late June to early October. Queenstown has four unique mountain terrains to choose from – all a short drive from Queenstown’s town center. With just a simple glance below you’ll be able to compare the conditions at each and decide which is best for you on the day.

Mountain
Open
Road
Open
Temp
9.1°C
Weather
Fine
Max Snow
0cm
Min Snow
0cm
Mountain Conditions

Road Comment: We are just 20 minutes away from Queenstown! The road to Coronet Peak is sealed all the way with plenty of free parking space. It is important to drive with care, maintaining a safe following distance within our alpine environment. Be mindful of bikers putting in the mahi pedalling up, and give space.

Snow Conditions:

Last Snow Fall: 19 February 2024 0cm

Snow Comment: Sunset sessions today means we are open until 8pm! Are you aware that we have a shuttle departing town every day we are open at 10am this season? Tickets available online or at the shop. Please note to save on fuel and emissions the shuttle will ONLY RUN when a person is booked in for a time-slot. In an effort to improve our contactless environment, we have moved to become a cashless mountain, so please be sure to bring your contactless payment method.

Weather Conditions:

Another beautiful day ahead with low wind and some high cloud.

The T7 MTB Nationals was a great success. Congratulations to all the riders that took part!

Sightseeing will be fabulous today and mountain biking still riding well after Saturdays rain.

 

Tonight we are open until 8pm for sunset sessions, so make the most of the daylight and get out your bike after work!

 

Summer operational hours

Monday & Thursday:

10am-8pm

Friday, Saturday & Sunday:

10am-4pm

Tuesday & Wednesday:

Closed

Mountain
Closed
Road
Open
Temp
9.6°C
Weather
Partly Cloudy
Max Snow
0cm
Min Snow
0cm
Mountain Conditions

Road Comment: Our road is not currently being maintained so please take care when driving. With on site construction heavy machinery will be operating up and down the road. ALWAYS keep left and drive with caution, check weather forecast before ascending the road and drive to conditions. A 50km/hr speed limit remains in place year round. NO public vehicles including push bikes, E-bikes or motorbikes have access beyond the base lodge, please respect this at all times.

Snow Conditions:

Last Snow Fall: 19 February 2024 0cm

Snow Comment: There is a wall map at the base of the Hiking trail (at the Base Lodge and car park) to convey safe access about the Rastus Burn basin while construction is occurring. Please respect the closures in place for both your and the staff on sites safety.

Weather Conditions:

To everybody/all of you who have made a visit to The Remarkables last season we THANK YOU for being a part of the fun over winter. We hope we have provided you a great time, memories for life and a desire to return soon!

It has been our pleasure sharing this special place with you. We are now in the middle of a busy summer period installing a new 6 seat detachable chair lift into Shadow Basin for even more fun this winter.

Kia Kaha - Stay Safe this summer period where ever your journey takes you.

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