The Coberger Academy uses the world-class training facilities at the Coronet Peak Performance Centre. Slopes are prepared to race conditions with the latest snowmaking technology and water injection systems. All training slopes are closed to the public and are exclusively for teams training. Coronet Peak Ski Patrol are on duty at all times of operation and provide first response to any medical situation should it arise.
The CA provides single day training sessions through to season-long programs. CA also provides lane space to national teams, clubs and individuals who wish to train at Coronet Peak.
Training commences when Coronet Peak opens on the 20th June and runs through till the end of September. Training is available from 7am until 3pm.
World Class Training
Coronet Peak is the summer training base for many national ski teams, including the US, Swiss, Slovakian, Norwegian, Swedish and Austrain teams. This allows the CA to train alongside some of the world’s best ski racers including Ted Ligety, and Mikalya Shiffrin.
Coberger Academy uses the latest training equipment, timing, video analysis and training methods to maximize each session. Whether you are trying to make your National Ski Team, returning from injury or want to lower your FIS points the CA can help you reach your goals.
Slalom, Giant Slalom and Super-G training are available on a variety of slopes at the Coronet Peak Performance Centre located at Rocky Gully T-Bar. The T-bar has a vertical rise of 180m with a ride time of 3 minutes. The T bar is closed to the public from 7am-9:30am, form 9:30 onwards the slopes skiers left of the T-bar remain closed to the public while we are training. Race Arena is next to the T-bar and is a world class FIS homologated Slalom hill. RA has snowmaking on both sides and is prepared with water injection. It has two steep pitches and is constantly challenging the best skiers in the world. Robin’s Run is next to RA, it has one long steep pitch and a finish flat with two step downs along it. Snowmaking fans top to bottom provide an excellent surface. Out-Wide is our FIS homologated SL and GS race hill. Coronet Peak is the home of the Winter Games, Continental Cup ANC series, Coronet Cup and New Zealand National Champs.
Sessions are a minimum of 3 hours. We offer two sessions 7am -11am and 11am – 3pm.
Session Price: $200 per person or $1570 for a full lane. Program development fee is dependent on the type and length of the individual program.
Lift Passes are available at a discounted racer rate of 50% for day passes. Season passes are available at early bird rate.
Bank deposit and international transfers through invoicing available, prior to training commencing.