NZSuperpass is the only ski pass you need to ski and ride in Queenstown, Canterbury and Mackenzie. This ski and activity pass gives you all the options you could want. It offers the ultimate in flexibility and includes unrivalled South Island skiing and riding, plus the fun and excitement of a range of off-mountain attractions in Queenstown, Wanaka, Methven and Canterbury.
NZSuperpass is your ticket to fun both on and off the mountains and is welcomed throughout the Winter season at 10 ski areas across the South Island including Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt, The Remarkables, Porters, Ohau Snow Fields, Round Hill, Mt Cheeseman, Mt Lyford, Temple Basin and Broken River.
There are activity choices to suit all interests - whether skiing or snowboarding, jet boating, bungy jumping, dining out, or a bit of retail therapy. There is something for everyone.
Get more value, more choice, more fun and more snow with your NZSuperpass and make the most of your New Zealand Holiday!
NZSuperpass is available for Adults at $97 a day and Youth at $54 a day.
NZSuperpass is a flexible lift pass that gets loaded onto NZSki's mypass card. When you arrive in resort, collect your mypass card from any of the following locations: the Snow Centre in Queenstown, the Mt Hutt Snow Desk in Methven or on-mountain at Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt or The Remarkables Guest Services.
Use your mypass card loaded with your NZSuperpasses to ski /ride at Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt or The Remarkables. One NZSuperpass will be deducted from your mypass card each day that it's scanned by the gates at the base of the chairlifts.
If you choose to use your NZSuperpass at one of the other ski areas on the NZSuperpass program, present your mypass card at the ski area's ticket office. They will deduct one NZSuperpass and exchange it for their own day lift pass.
If you choose to use your NZSuperpass off-mountain, many of the operators in the NZSuperpass program can deduct an NZSuperpass directly from your mypass card; others will require you to exchange a paper voucher instead. For a full list of operators and who accept mypass or vouchers visit www.nzsuperpass.com or grab the NZSuperpass brochure from Guest Services at Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt or The Remarkables, from the Snow Centre in Queenstown or at the Mt Hutt Snow Desk in Methven.
To collect NZSuperpass vouchers to use at off-mountain operators that do not accept a mypass card visit Guest Services on-mountain, the Snow Centre in Queenstown or the Mt Hutt Snow Desk in Methven.
Complete the 'Your Details' section of the NZSuperpass voucher holder.
Present the voucher holder with attached vouchers to your chosen operator. You will be required to counter-sign a voucher in front of them. The operator will check the signature matches the holder, keep the signed voucher and issue the credit.
In addition to the NZSuperpass credit, you may need to pay any remaining value on the activity or product directly to the operator. The operator will advise you of any outstanding balance payable.
Bookings and enquiries are to be made directly with the operator booking offices.
NZSuperpass can be purchased at our Snow Centres in Queenstown and Methven and on-mountain Guest Services located at any of our ski areas, Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt or The Remarkables or in Queenstown and Methven.
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Please note: Once purchased, visit one of the following locations when you arrive in resort to have your NZSuperpasses loaded onto NZSki's mypass card.
This can be done at on-mountain Guest Services located at any of our ski areas, Coronet Peak, Mt Hutt or The Remarkables or in Queenstown and Methven:
Queenstown Snow Centre
The Station Building,
Duke Street, Queenstown
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Phone: +64 3 450 1970
Freephone: 0800 365 696
Mt Hutt Snow Desk in Methven i-Site
160 Main Street, Methven
Phone: +64 3 302 8811
NZSuperpass is strictly non-transferable and non-refundable.
One voucher per person per activity per day can be redeemed for any option unless otherwise specified by the operator.
All options are for one person unless otherwise stated.
NZSuperpass is valid from 08 June 2013 to 15 October 2013 inclusive unless otherwise stipulated by the operator. NZSuperpass vouchers are valid only for the season in which they were purchased.
A youth or child is defined by each operator, and may differ from NZSki's definition. Some options are not available to youth/children, so it is best to enquire with the operator. NZSki's definition of youth is aged 7 - 17 years, child is 6 years and under.