Skyline Luge is a gravity fuelled fun ride. Invented in New Zealand in 1985, and having hosted over 30 million rides worldwide, the Skyline Luge is a unique wheeled gravity ride that provides riders full control over their descent on purpose built track.
The Luge is a fun filled adventure suitable for riders of all age and experience. Climb aboard your three-wheeled cart and let gravity and your sense of adventure do the rest!
Our Luge tracks are all designed with twists and turns, ride with your friends and family for fun-filled action.
Found in the heart of New Zealand's scenic volcanic wonderland, this is where the Luging adventure all began in 1985.
Rotorua Luge has three tracks of differing skill levels winding through beautiful Redwood forest.
Set high above Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown Luge has two thrilling tracks twisting through banks, tunnels and cuttings.
Add in internationally acclaimed alpine scenery as your backdrop and you are in for a day you will never forget!
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Skyline Luge International
Skyline have taken the excitement of Luge to the world with Luge tracks also located in Singapore, Canada and in the planning stages for South Korea.
Found in the tropical jungle of Singapore's favourite playground, Skyline Luge Sentosa offers two tracks of exciting beach side fun on Sentosa Island.
Canada is home to two Luge sites, Mont Tremblant and Calgary.
Our second Canadian Luge is now open in it's second summer of operation. Skyline Luge Calgary is bringing the exciting Luge experience to Calgary's famous Canada Olympic Park.
One of the world’s most thrilling adventure activities is coming soon to Tongyeong.
The Skyline Luge is a unique wheeled-gravity ride that provides riders full control over their descent on a purpose built 1.7km Luge track. The only attraction of its kind in South Korea, Skyline Luge offers a fun-filled outdoor experience that is suitable for riders of all ages and experience levels.
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