Treble Cone

Treble Cone offers an unforgettable New Zealand snow experience

Treble Cone Wanaka New Zealand

Treble Cone

It is an intermediate and advanced skier’s dream, with the most challenging in-bounds terrain in New Zealand. Overlooking Lake Wānaka and the Matukituki Basin, Treble Cone has the country’s most spectacular ski area view, and skiers come from far and wide to experience it. Since the purchase of Treble Cone by Cardrona Alpine Resort, consistent investment has been put into the ski area to improve season length reliability, including snowmaking and power upgrades. TC is a stalwart of the Wānaka winter scene, with a loyal tribe of local skiers and snowboarders who call TC home.

Treble Cone has the country’s most spectacular ski area view

NZ’s Southern Lakes District’s largest ski area

Treble Cone is famous for long groomed runs, legendary off-piste terrain and unrivalled views over Lake Wanaka and the Southern Alps. It is also famous for its off-piste terrain: huge faces, natural half-pipes, and chutes. The learner area is located alongside the comforts of the Base Lodge and café with the convenience of a fully kitted ski and snowboard rental shop. For Intermediate skiers, a massive 700m vertical allow for some of New Zealand’s longest groomed trails.

Overlooking Lake Wānaka and the Matukituki Basin

Treble Cone, the stalwart of the Wānaka winter scene

Mountain Info

Base Area Elevation: 1260m
Highest Lifted Point:
1960m
Vertical Rise:
700m
Longest Run:
4km

Terrain – 550 hectares
10% Beginner
45% Intermediate
45% Advanced

Lifts:
1 express 6 seater
1 quad fixed chairlift
1 platter tow lift

Cardona Alpine Resort

Treble Cone Trail Maps

Treble Cone Trail Map

TC offers skiers and snowboarders 550 hectares of incredible terrain and a 700 metre vertical that is unrivalled in the Southern Lakes region. You’ll love exploring the South Island’s largest ski area, from long groomed slopes to the most challenging steeps.

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