Outdoor activities in Queenstown

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Queenstown: The Must-Do Activities

Queenstown: What to do when you get there?

The resort town of Queenstown, situated in the South Island of New Zealand, has been named the Adventure Capital of the World. Its astonishing scenery, plethora of outdoor activities and vibrant atmosphere reinforces Queenstown as favorite visitor destination all year round.

Surrounded by majestic mountains and nestled on the shore of clear Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is filled with adrenaline inducing thrills that will make your stay truly memorable. There is something for everyone and every skill level!

Winter sport enthusiasts head to Queenstown to hit the slopes of the four international ski areas. Amongst them you can find the Remarkables, renowned for its black slopes reserved for outstanding skiers along with Coronet Peak that remains open in summer and offers exceptional mountain bike adventures. You are guaranteed a huge amount of fun! Besides the finest skiing and snowboarding, New Zealand’s premier snow sports destination offers snow-shoeing, ice-climbing, mountaineering and more!

Get your heart pumping and tick off some of your bucket list activities with bungy jumping, skydiving, paragliding, ziplining, jet boating and river rafting activities available in the region.

Queenstown is also world renowned for its mountain bike trails, from easy scenic tracks to country lanes and farmland trails. For the most adventurous, venture in heli-bike rides and in the Southern Hemisphere’s only gondola accessed downhill mountain biking.

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All our activities in Queenstown

Scenic Flights
Heliskiing
Rafting
Bungee Jumping
Mountain bike
Helicopter tours
Paragliding
Jet Boating
    Snowshoeing
      Quad biking
        Mountaineering
          Hang gliding
            Hiking / Trekking
              Hydrospeed
                Zip-Lining
                  4x4
                    Rock climbing
                      Sailing
                        Canyoning
                          Watercraft
                            Jet Skiing
                              Motocross
                                Indoor skydiving
                                  Wildlife Experiences
                                    Skydiving
                                      Snowmobiling
                                        Abseiling

                                          Queenstown: What to do when you get there?

                                          The resort town of Queenstown, situated in the South Island of New Zealand, has been named the Adventure Capital of the World. Its astonishing scenery, plethora of outdoor activities and vibrant atmosphere reinforces Queenstown as favorite visitor destination all year round.

                                          Surrounded by majestic mountains and nestled on the shore of clear Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown is filled with adrenaline inducing thrills that will make your stay truly memorable. There is something for everyone and every skill level!

                                          Winter sport enthusiasts head to Queenstown to hit the slopes of the four international ski areas. Amongst them you can find the Remarkables, renowned for its black slopes reserved for outstanding skiers along with Coronet Peak that remains open in summer and offers exceptional mountain bike adventures. You are guaranteed a huge amount of fun! Besides the finest skiing and snowboarding, New Zealand’s premier snow sports destination offers snow-shoeing, ice-climbing, mountaineering and more!

                                          Get your heart pumping and tick off some of your bucket list activities with bungy jumping, skydiving, paragliding, ziplining, jet boating and river rafting activities available in the region.

                                          Queenstown is also world renowned for its mountain bike trails, from easy scenic tracks to country lanes and farmland trails. For the most adventurous, venture in heli-bike rides and in the Southern Hemisphere’s only gondola accessed downhill mountain biking.

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