Save up to 70% in your area Close_modal_icon

Get huge discounts while discovering local activities in the area

Start discovering deals...

As featured by: Featued_titles
  • Restaurants Restaurants, Cafes & Bars
  • Lifestyle Lifestyle & Entertainment
  • Adventure Adventure & Experiences
  • Family Family & Kids

Treble Cone

3.0 from 1 review
Added by Ciaran L.
-44.6330242546, 168.8961052895

P O Box 206, New Zealand

Get directions

+64 3443 7443

The closest ski area to Wanaka.

Share Pin_it_button Treble Cone


Know of any events happening at Treble Cone? Add an event

Your place?

In addition to adding a description of your business, you’ll also be able to…

  • Post special offers, reward your customers

  • Increase your exposure, get featured on Competitors’ Pages

  • Respond to reviews, customer relationship management made easy!

  • Enhance your profile, add Opening Hours, Parking Info and a Longer Description

…and much more!

1 Review

Treble Cone was first reviewed by Ciaran L. on 08 October 2009

Raters say we are... 

Ciaran_9-1 Listing_photo_nozzle
Ciaran L. Member since: July 2008 95 Reviews Local hero


Background: I skied here for 2 months back in 2005, so things may have changed since I was last there.

It has a very good lift system, and better snow making facilities than most ski hills in NZ (apparently paid for by the Austrian national team who train here during the off season).

The skiing is excellent, there are lots of well groomed runs as well as easily accessible off piste.

The main cafe had the nicest muffins I have ever had, they were expensive, but I still ate one pretty much every day I was there.

While the skiing is excellent, I had a number of problems with Treble Cone. These issues are true for most ski hills in New Zealand, but they seemed worse in TC than elswhere.

The resort staff were quite annoying, often needlessly bossing about the people I was skiing with. Most lift lines also had people checking tickets instead of ticket machines, which I don't like. This was a complete surprise coming from Europe, where the resort staff stay out of the way as much as possible.

I found it to be outrageously expensive. Daily lift passes cost 45 euro - that's the same as some of the largest and best ski areas in Europe, which are probably ten times the size. A season pass for this single area was the same price as a season pass for the entire Berner Oberland region in Switzerland.

Verdict: good skiing, but very expensive

Reviewed on: 08 Oct 2009


Discover local offers with RateMyArea Deals

Each day, RateMyArea offers something fun to do at unbeatable prices - discounts of up to 70% off at local restaurants, spas, gyms, shops, bars, events & theatres to name but a few!

Discover places that your friends love