Skyline Luge Queenstown
The Skyline Queenstown Luge is a thrilling ride for all ages and abilities and one of the top things to do in Queenstown.
Jump on your specialised Luge cart, select your track, then zoom down the Luge tracks - you're in control. Then catch the Luge chairlift back to the start zone and do it all over again - once is never enough!
The unique braking and steering system means that you’re always in control, so you have the power to alter your course or speed at your will. 800 metres of fun, fast-paced freedom, the Skyline Queenstown Luge is a 'must do' activity on your Queenstown holiday!
The Blue Track is a leisurely ride with gentle gradient, easy bends, tunnels and dips. The Red Track has a steeper gradient and is a more adventurous ride with the thrill of banked corners, tunnels, dippers and cuttings.
Please Note: For safety reasons the following guidelines are in place:
- All riders complete the Blue Track on the first run of the day.
- Riders under 5 years of age, or under 110cm will need to ride in tandem with an adult, and only on the Blue Track.
- Rider over 135cm can ride the Red Track in addition to the Blue Track.
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How do I Luge?
Our purpose built Luge carts are gravity fuelled and the rider has full control over speed and direction using a unique braking and steering system.
Where do I Luge?
The start and the finish of the Luge tracks are located at the top of the Gondola, next to the Skyline Queenstown building complex. To access the start of the Luge, take a two-seat chairlift higher up the mountain, and then Luge back down to bottom of the chairlift and then do it again! When you are finished Luging and exploring Skyline Queenstown, take the Gondola back down to the base terminal (Brecon Street).
Open daily 9am till lateCheck here for Skyline opening hours
Ultimate Family Luge Pass - Gondola and 10 Luge rides!
* Valid at Skyline Queenstown only.
Terms & conditions apply.
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