Skyline Luge Rotorua
Skyline Luge is a fun, fast-paced family activity that everyone of all ages will enjoy!
Part go-cart, part toboggan, the Rotorua Luge offers a truly unique outdoor experience that should be on your list of things to do in Rotorua.
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 forest.
Once you reach the Skyline Rotorua complex, select from one of the three exciting Luge trails. Take off downhill on your luge through twists and turns to a backdrop of dramatic scenery and down through our Redwood forest.
Once at the bottom, ride the scenic chairlift back to the top of the track.
Don't miss out on one of the most popular Rotorua attractions!
How do I Luge?
Our purpose built three wheeled Luge carts are gravity fuelled and the rider has full control over speed and direction using a unique braking and steering system.
All you have do to is pull back on the bars to stop, push forward to go and enjoy the ride!
The Rotorua Luge Experience
Explore over four kilometres of thrilling, scenic Luge tracks at Skyline Rotorua Luge, the longest of all Skyline Luge tracks!
Whether taking the gentle paced Scenic track, stepping up to the Intermediate or taking on the challenge of the Advanced, our tracks will provide fun and excitement to all.
Buy Luge Tickets
Looking for things to do on your holiday to Rotorua, New Zealand? Buy your Skyline Rotorua Luge tickets online now, saving you time when you arrive. It’s easy!
Open daily 9am till lateCheck here for Skyline opening hours
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The Inside Track
Skyline Rotorua scored as top attraction for coach holidays
13 June 2016
International travelers have scored Skyline Rotorua at the top of their New Zealand attraction list, with Skyline winning the Grand Pacific Tours High Distinction award.
Presenting Skyline Rotorua Gondola Gigs 2016
5 May 2016
We are releasing Gondola Gigs for the second year in a row this month in celebration of homegrown music and the people that make it as part of New Zealand Music Month.