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 30 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.
The Skyline MTB crew will attach your mountain bike to your Gondola cabin at the Skyline Queenstown base. 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.
PLEASE NOTE: MTB operations at Skyline may be affected by QLDC’s planned tree removal adjacent to the gondola line. Tree removal is scheduled to be ongoing for the duration of the 2016/17 MTB season. During this time, gondola access to the Queenstown Bike Park may be limited.
Bike Lift Prices & Passes
These prices are valid for the 2016-17 season.
|AM Half Day Pass (9am - 1pm)||$65||$40|
|PM Half Day Pass (3pm - 7pm)||$70||$45|
|4 Hour Flexi Pass (Valid for 4 hours from first scan between 3pm and 7pm)||$75||$50|
|Day Pass (Valid from open - close)||$90||$55|
|3 Day Pass (to be used in a week)||$210||$110|
|50 Ride Pass (valid for 50 gondola uplifts during 2016/17 season)||$399||$199|
|*NEW* 100 Run Pass (valid for use during 2016/17 season)||$599||$299|
|MTB Full Season Pass||$799||$359|
* Please note, the Half Season Pass is no longer available. Please see our terms and conditions for information on Queenstown Bike Park access.
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Wednesday 18 January
The Inside Track
8 December 2016
We are entering into the Geminids which is a period from Dec 7th to 14th where we will get more shooting stars than any other time of the year, in fact we can get more than 100 an hour!
Once in a lifetime...
9 November 2016
On November 15th during the Stargazing tour on Bob’s Peak, a monstrous moon will rise up from behind the Remarkables Mountain range and it will be the closest Full Moon to the Earth in the last 68 years!