The following comes from Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management and outlines the changes on the mountain that are in place for this winter.
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You’ll notice a few changes at Mt Stirling this year, and we have no doubt you’ll be impressed! Over the summer period the visitor center (known as Telephone Box Junction or TBJ), incorporating the café, ski hire, ski patrol base and public shelter, received a facelift. Not only did TBJ get a well-deserved upgrade, we welcome The Epicenter, a new café at TBJ who will be serving wholesome, organic food and great coffee.
Your entire experience will be improved and we can’t wait to share it with you!
First time for Fat Bikes this winter!
Mt Stirling is excited to announce the trial introduction of Fat Bikes at Telephone Box Junction (TBJ) this winter. During June and September, riders are able to use Fat Bikes on Circuit Road from TBJ to King Saddle, and on the Circuit Road from TBJ to Howqua Gap between 9am-4pm on Saturday’s and Sunday’s. So if you’re a keen rider who wishes to test out the Fat Bike trails this winter, come try it out and let us know what you think!
The trial run will only be held on weekends in June and September to help Mt Stirling Resort Management determine whether the opportunity for Fat Bikes can be further developed within the resort.
Click here for further details about the use of Fat Bikes at Mt Stirling this winter.
A world of activities
Mt Stirling has so much to offer on the snow for visitors of all ages. From serene snowshoe walks and cross country ski expeditions through the mountain ash and snowgums, to exhilarating backcountry telemarking and snowboarding. On Mt Stirling you can snow camp, toboggan, take a cross country or telemark ski lesson, or just take it easy and build a snowman and frolic in the snow.
Resort entry – book online
Don’t forget to plan ahead and get your resort entry before you arrive. You can now purchase the full range of resort entry passes online (including oversnow taxi passes), which is a fantastic way to save time and get on the slopes faster. If Mt Stirling is your winter hangout, why not consider purchasing a Season Permit? Priced at just $309, you’ll receive unlimited access to both Mt Buller and Mt Stirling for the entire season – that’s the equivalent of just three weekend visits, or 7 day visits. So snap up your Season Resort Entry Permit today for even more value this snow season.
Click here to purchase your season permit or one-off resort entry pass prior to your visit to Mt Stirling.
For further information about Mt Stirling and all there is to see and do, visit mtstirling.com.au. If you’re on social media, make sure you join us on Facebook and Instagram too for the latest direct from the mountain.
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