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There is much to do and explore throughout the Snowy Mountains, ask our friendly staff about local activities and events.

The Snowy Mountains region is unlike any other. From dramatic summits to breathtaking ravines, challenging adventure to tranquil views; it’s capacity for adventure and thrill ceases to surprise and inspire. Now is the time to discover the Snowy and everything it has to offer. Talk to our staff for more information about any local activities. They can assist with organising your activities to maximize your enjoyment while in the Snowy Mountains.

Snow Sports Activities

Alpine activities are the heart and soul of the Snowy Monaro Region. Ski, Snowboard, or just build a Snowman, it’s up to you!

Resorts close by:
Mt Selwyn

Hiking Tracks

Explore the Australia’s highest peak or the enchanting snow gum, waterfall and heritage tracks of the Snowy Mountains.

Great trails in the Kosciuszko National Park:
Mt Kosciuszko Summit Walk
Thredbo River Track
Sawpit Creek Waterfall Track

Mountain Biking

The Australian alps are not only good for the snow, explore the area by mountain bike with a variety of terrain difficulties.

Mountain bike trails:
Bungarra Alpine Centre
Hatchery Bay Trail

Wineries and Distilleries

There are 12 wineries and distilleries across the Snowy Region offering locally produced wine and schnapps.

Some local options include:
Shut The Gate – Berridale
Wild Brumby Distillery – Jindabyne
Jindabyne Brewery – Jindabyne

Trout Fishing

Wet a line, join a tour or participate in a local competition. Lots of fishing options around Sierra Villa Lodge.

Fishing spots:
Lake Eucumbene
Lake Jindabyne
Snowy Mountains Trout Festival

Other Activities

There is something for everyone in the Snowy Monaro Region, check out some other activities available.

Other activities available:
Golf at Coolamatong – Berridale
Lawn Bowls by the Jindabyne Lake
Horse Trail Rides

Explore the Peak

Looking to explore the Kosciuszko National Park in the warmer months? The summit walk from Thredbo village to the peak is a must-do.

Starting at the top of the Kosciuszko Express chairlift at Thredbo, this popular day walk takes you to the rooftop of Australia. After the scenic chairlift ride, you’ll travel past the rocky granite outcrops of Ramshead Range, and through alpine wildflowers (spring). Stop at the lookout for views of the country’s highest mountain.

The track crosses the headwaters of the Snowy River, before climbing above Lake Cootapatamba and on to Rawson Pass. From here, it’s a gradual climb to the summit of Mount Kosciuszko (2,228 metres). The sweeping 360 degree views across the Snowy Mountains and Victorian High Country are sure to wow you. Stay a while to soak in the fresh alpine air, pack a summit snack, and wallow in your sense of achievement, before returning along the track to Thredbo.