“Take a scenic ride in the iconic Skyline Gondola and take in the stunning views as you ride the steepest cable car lift in the Southern Hemisphere!
You’ll be carried 480 metres above Queenstown and Lake Wakatipu to the top of Bob’s Peak, where you’ll enjoy a spectacular 220-degree panorama with breath-taking views of Coronet Peak, The Remarkables, Walter and Cecil Peak and, of course, Queenstown.
When you get to the top, enjoy the spectacular views while having a drink from the Bar, take a few rides on the thrilling Luge (once is never enough), refuel with a sumptuous buffet lunch or dinner at Stratosfare Restaurant.”
The following are excerpts from www.iwheeltravel.com:
"There are some disabled car park in front of the gondola building entrance but you might not be able to go in it with your own wheelchair as gondolas are too small. For instance my wheelchair is 84cm depth and 60cm width and it doesn't fit in the gondola. I set in one and my wheelchair was put in the following one. The staff stop the lift, the time for me to enter in the gondola and sit correctly and I got back my wheelchair once I arrived at the top.
However the gondola team has two wheelchair fitted gondolas and you can ask for one of them if you want. If so you will be transferred into this wheelchair and take the gondola while in it. You will have back your own wheelchair once you will reach the arrival.
All the rest of the site is fully wheelchair accessible, including the toilets."Other accessibility information:
For further thoughts and accessibility information, read the full review from I Wheel Travel (under "Quietly exploring Queenstown")
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