SATURDAY AFTERNOONS 1PM TO 4PM
Fresh Mountain Air & a Little Light Exercise
Degree Of Difficulty: EASY
Meet at TBJ Ski School office 12.45, you might like to enjoy lunch in the Café before the tour begins.
If the snow is a bit thin down low, we will take a complimentary ride on the snow-rider shuttle service to the snowline.
Walk to some of our mountain huts through towering Alpine Ash trees and mystical snowgum forest returning to TBJ around 4.00pm
Download our Brochure to discuss with friends but please remember to book in advance!
RESORT SNOW SHOEING INFORMATION:
Snow shoeing is permitted on the entire trail network at Mt.Stirling. There are a total of 65 kilometres of marked trails within the resort approximately 35 kilometres of these are regularly groomed, including trails leading to the mountain summit and across to the Mt.Buller village. In addition there are marked adventure trails leading into the surrounding State Park towards the Pinnacle and the Mount Number 3 Refuge Hut and also to Clear Hills and the famed Man From Snowy River film, Craig’s Hut.
Walking on the trail network without the use of skis or snow shoes is not permitted on Mt.Stirling, as this damages the trail surface, making skiing hazardous for other guests. When using snow shoes please keep to the left of the trails at all times leaving room for skiers to pass. For those visitors arriving on the mountain to go back country snow boarding in the Summit bowls it is mandatory use snow shoes or a split board on all trails.
If you plan to hire snow shoes, you will need a pair of sturdy waterproof walking boots or snow boots such as sorrels. Snow shoe bindings are simple to use and can be adjusted to any boot size. Low cut shoes or sneekers are not suitable, however cross country ski boots available from the hire shop are ideal footwear for snow shoeing.
1 day $50, 2 days $50, $0 per additional day