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About Coronet Peak


Coronet Peak is a highly regarded ski resort with numerous appealing attributes. Located conveniently near Queenstown, it offers a wide range of accommodations and entertainment options. The resort’s diverse terrain caters to all skill levels, while consistent snowfall and snowmaking technology ensure excellent snow conditions throughout the season. Notably, Coronet Peak’s night skiing sets it apart, extending the enjoyment into the evenings. The stunning backdrop of Lake Wakatipu and modern facilities add to its allure. The resort is particularly family-friendly, with dedicated learning areas and lessons for various age groups. Exciting events, après-ski activities, and experienced staff contribute to an overall exceptional skiing experience. If you become an instructor in Coronet Peak, you get the chance to experience all of this!

The Ski Instructor Life in Coronet Peak


Working as a ski instructor at Coronet Peak offers a captivating blend of scenic beauty, diverse teaching opportunities across varying skill levels, and the unique aspect of night skiing. The resort’s modern facilities, combined with exposure to a diverse international guest base, fosters skill development and a sense of camaraderie within a professional team environment. Beyond the slopes, living in or near Queenstown provides a vibrant lifestyle, while the intrinsic satisfaction of sharing your passion for skiing and making a positive impact on students’ experiences makes this role truly rewarding.

You have the opportunity to work as an experienced instructor in Coronet Peak and at the same time train towards your Level 3. You don’t have your instructor certificate yet? No worries – we got you! Join our 10 week Level 1+2 ski or snowboard instructor program in New Zealand.

Become a Ski Instructor in Coronet Peak


  • Located near Queenstown
  • Vertical rise of 462 meters
  • Skiing between 1187 m – 1649 m
  • Views of Lake Wakatipu
  • Night skiing
  • 40 km marked slopes
  • 8 lifts
  • Season from June – September
  • Challenging terrain with: 20% beginner, 40% intermediate and 40% expert

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