Take the road heading west towards Glendhu Bay and the mountains. After 19km along the pristine shores of Lake Wanaka through the majestic Matukituki Valley, you'll arrive at the access road. Follow the 7km unsealed alpine road to our base area, this road is graded and gritted regularly throughout the season. The road is suitable for all cars, coaches and motor homes. All vehicles should carry chains. These can be hired from Good Sports and Hirequip in Wanaka.
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Treble Cone, Contact
Phone: +64 3 443 7443
Fax: +64 3 443 8401
Snowphone: +64 3 443 7443
Mail: PO Box 206, Wanaka, New Zealand.
Late June to Late September
- 6 Seater express chairlift
- Saddle quad chairlift
- Nice & Easy Platter
- Magic Carpet
2 Kassbohrer winch cats
1 Kassbohrer 260 groomer
Fan gun system covering 50 Hectares.
Situated in the Saddle Basin at the end of the bullet run you will find an array of boxes, rails and jumps. There are three permanent landings that have been constructed by extensive earthworks, enabling park features to open early season. Eight rails are accessible in the park, suitable for beginners right through to advanced park rider
- C Box Flat Down Box
- Flat Down Flat Box Straight Box
- Straight Rail Rainbow Rail
- Flat Down Rail Flat Down Flat Rail
Restaurants & Cafes
Treble Cone make a variety of sushi and salads daily and a huge range of sandwichs and wraps. Muffins come hot from the oven to enjoy with our espresso coffee and our legendary dishes such as lamb shank pie, stir fried vegetables and the creamiest potato mash.
Sour dough bread is baked daily and is available to take home along with treats like preserved lemons, chilli jam and a range of our salad dressings. So there's no need to pack your lunch.
Treble Cone has a great range of the latest range of ski and snowboard rental gear. They can offer you great deals on multiple day or even season rentals, overnight storage and fully deck you out with clothing.
Treble Cone offers a fully supervised indoor facility designed specially for children, with a great array of games, books, toys, videos and drawing materials. Ideal for children wanting a snow experience or those that tire during a ski lesson. Minimum age is 3, however children under 3 are welcome if accompanied by parent or guardian. Full Day $65.
Average Snow Depth
About Treble Cone
Covering 550 hectares, Treble Cone is the largest ski area in the South Island. With the longest vertical rise in the Southern Lakes (705m), longest groomed intermediate runs (4km) and spectacular views over Lake Wanaka and Mount Aspiring, Treble Cone can claim some of the most exhilarating skiing and snowboarding conditions in the country
It is however the snow quality that really sets Treble Cone apart. Renowned for dry powder and plenty of it, Treble Cone receives an average annual snowfall of 5.5 metres and has an average maximum snow depth of 3.25 metres. Its proximity to the Southern Alps means reliable snow conditions and weather, and its geography means it is protected from the bitterly cold southerly winds.
Spread over three large basins the mountain has trails to suit all ages and skill levels. From the purpose built learner area, long groomed beginner and intermediate trails, challenging advanced runs and ungroomed powder, and infamous natural pipes and chutes, Treble Cone has it all.
The learners area with snowmaking facilities is located near the base building, the wide, gentle slope has an easy gradient and is groomed every night. This is serviced by an easy-to-use platter lift. Two trails - 'Easy Rider' (3.5km) and 'Main Street' (2km) - provide long, well-groomed slopes for beginners and intermediates along with many other groomed runs. Earthworks over Summer 2005 have created a NEW Upper High Street which now extend Treble Cones longest groomed run to 4.5km. These runs are all serviced by either the high-speed six-seater detachable chairlift or NEW quad chairlift.
Treble Cone offers more intermediate and advanced terrain than any other South island ski area with off-piste powder skiing and boarding unrivalled.
Treble Cone continues to offer the greatest freeriding terrain in the region for snowboarders. There are natural half pipes on the upper mountain and a terrain park is built each year.
Families are really looked after at Treble Cone with specially priced day passes, preferential parking right outside the base building and a junior ski school for threes and over called the 'TC Cat Club' with indoor and outdoor play options.
The season runs from late June to late September and extensive snowmaking ensures early season reliability. Daily transport is available from Wanaka and Queenstown (during season).