Queenstown Luge Open Hours

No need to book a specific time - simply book your Gondola and/ or Luge ticket here and head on up to the base!

The Luge at Skyline Queenstown opens at 10.00am daily - wait times may vary depending on the time of year. Please see the table below for more specific open times throughout the year.

The Luge is located at the top of the Gondola where you collect your luge cart and helmet and head to the start of the tracks via a scenic chairlift ride.
Access via the Skyline Gondola opens at 9.00am daily year-round. Wait times may vary depending on time of year.  



26th December 2015 - 10th January 2016 9.00pm
11th January - 7th February 8.00pm
8th February - 6th March 7.30pm
7th March - 2nd April 7.00pm
3rd April - 24th April 6.00pm
25th April - 8th May 5.30pm
9th May - 24th July 5.00pm
25th July - 28th August 5.30pm
29th August - 24th September 6.00pm
25th September - 27th November 7.00pm
28th November - 25th December 8.00pm
26th December 2016 - 15th January 2017 9.00pm

Please Note: actual times may vary due to demand and daylight hours. Contact the Skyline team on +64 3 441 0101 for current Luge times.

Luge Tracks

Choose from two tracks to race down the bends, corners, tunnels and dips. Once is never enough!

 Skyline Queenstown Luge – Queenstown Activities

Luge Riders

800 metres of fast paced freedom! You're in control and have the power to alter you course or speed.

 Thrills on the Luge – Queenstown Family Activities
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