Queenstown Mountain Biking
Skyline Queenstown is home to New Zealand’s first-ever Gondola assisted bike lift, providing direct access to Queenstown Bike Park.
Ride more with 27 world class mountain biking trails and varying terrain for all abilities. In amongst the pine trees of the Ben Lomond Reserve, Queenstown Bike Park boasts over 30km of tracks and a longest run of 6km. A 450 metre vertical rise via the Skyline Gondola gives riders easy access to one of New Zealand's best mountain bike parks.
Attach your mountain bike to your Gondola cabin at the Skyline Queenstown base and enjoy the leisurely uphill Gondola ride before detaching your bike and taking on the legendary challenges of the Queenstown Bike Park!
Skyline Queenstown offers a range of Gondola assisted bike passes, from half day to multi-day passes and season passes.
Bike Lift Prices & Passes
These prices are valid for the 2015-16 season dates.
|AM Half Day Pass (10am-2pm)||$60||$35|
|PM Half Day Pass (2pm-6pm)||$70||$40|
|4 Hour Flexi Pass (4 hours from time of purchase)||$75||$45|
|Day Pass (Valid from open - close)||$85||$50|
|3 Day Pass (to be used in a week)||$199||$95|
|50 Ride Pass (valid for 50 gondola uplifts during 2015/16 season)||$399||$199|
|Half Season Pass*||$599||$279|
|MTB Seasons Pass||$799||$359|
* Half Season Pass is valid for unlimited riding from January 18 - May 8, 2016. Skyline MTB Blackout Dates and terms and conditions apply.
Please see our terms and conditions for information on Queenstown Bike Park access.
Happy Chinese New Year! Please be aware that we are expecting longer than usual queue times over the next couple of weeks – particularly from 11am – 2pm and 4.30pm – 6.00pm, so please allow yourself plenty of time to head up the Gondola!
OPEN 10am - 8pm
Thursday 11 February.
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