CROSS COUNTRY SKIING, SNOW SHOEING, SNOW CAMPING, BUSH WALKING
A NATURE BASED EXPERIENCE

The Mt.Stirling Alpine Resort is adjacent to Mt.Buller, three hours drive North East of Melbourne via Yea and Mansfield on the Maroondah Highway. There is a daily V-Line Bus service to Mansfield from Melbourne.

In winter, from June to October, Mt.Stirling offers 60km of cross country ski trails leading to an open snow covered summit, and some marvellous back-country telemark ski touring terrain.

In summer the resort is one of the major access points into the magnificent Australian Alpine National Park, offering recreational activities such as bush-walking, camping, four wheel driving, fishing, and horse riding

Mt.Stirling has been chosen as the site for a number of movies the most notable of which being “The Man From Snowy River”. Craig’s Hut, the cattleman’s hut from the movie, is situated on the eastern side of the mountain and is a popular tourist destination. From here the views of the high country are spectacular.

sea of cloud

Early Morning – Snowy open expanse over a sea of cloud below

Stirling Experience operate the cross country ski hire, ski school, mountain transport and alpine snow camp on the mountain seven days per week during the declared winter season which commences on the Queen’s Birthday holiday weekend in June each year and finishes in the last weeks of September. Stirling Experience commenced operations on the mountain in 1986. Our business has grown within the beautiful alpine setting to provide one of Australia’s largest cross country ski equipment hire and professional cross country ski schools in the country. We invite you to explore our range of equipment  hire service, affordable family packages and educational services.

Further information about The Mountain and its history can be found here.

Please Note:
There is a Resort Entry charged to cover Resort Management cost payable at the Resort Entry during the declared winter season. A scale of fees covering season, single and multiple day entry according to size and type of vehicle can be found on the Mt.Buller & Mt.Stirling Management Web Site