Mt Buller News

Snow depth rises and visitors return as resorts re-open

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Mt Buller has 300 hectares of skiable terrain and close to 80km of runs to groom and make safe for guests.

Cross country trails were also offering a deep ungroomed cover.

Mt Stirling re-opened to visitors on Wednesday (July 28) with the café back open the following day.

Snowplay, tobogganin­g, snow shoe adventures and skiing were all back on the agenda with a superb fresh snow cover on the trails, snowplay slopes and practice slopes.

The Mt Stirling patrol was also kept busy clearing tree branches and grooming trails.

It’s not too early to plan for a spring snow stay and mid-week is the best time to experience more of the mountains.

 ?? PHOTO: Tony Harrington|harroart ?? BRILLIANT COVERAGE: An aerial shot of the Mt Buller resort taken during a brief clearing in the snow storms that pounded the resort throughout lockdown.
PHOTO: Tony Harrington|harroart BRILLIANT COVERAGE: An aerial shot of the Mt Buller resort taken during a brief clearing in the snow storms that pounded the resort throughout lockdown.

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