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Authentic Alpine Adventure
MT STIRLING IS A UNIQUE MOUNTAIN FULL OF LIFE AND ADVENTURE –
JUST THREE HOURS DRIVE FROM MELBOURNE,.
As soon as you leave the bitumen road you are
transported into a wild oasis of trickling streams
and large native forests.
BACKCOUNTRY TERRAIN CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING SNOWSHOEING
Mt Stirling’s best kept secret -
backcountry bowls! Head out alpine
touring and experience the untouched
backcountry of Stanley Bowl.
There you will find untouched snow,
sensational views and if you’re
lucky fresh pow runs! There is something special about
skiing through quiet Alpine ash trees
as they tower above you, swaying
slightly in the wind. With 68km’s of
maintained cross-country trails,
there’s plenty of room to explore.
Lessons are available at the
Mt Stirling Ski School. Snowshoes are a great way to explore
Mt Stirling and the surrounds. Pick up a
pair from Stirling Experience and go for
a wander or join a guided snow-shoe
tour through the Alpine ash forests.
Love your summer camping trips? Why
not try snow camping! With the Alpine
Camp operated by Stirling Experience,
you can camp in comfort on raised
accommodation tents located on the
local Mt Stirling ‘cricket pitch’. A cosy
teepee located in the centre provides
that little extra warmth as you finish
your day with a hot choccie.
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With a toboggan and snowplay park
just steps from the Mt Stirling Cafe at
Telephone Box Junction, it’s the perfect
introduction for families experiencing
snow for the first time. There is
something truly magical about making
your first snow angel!
MT STIRLING SKI SCHOOL
Stirling Experience runs the Mt Stirling
Ski School, offering lessons for all levels
and all disciplines, as well as equipment
hire - grab your skis, toboggans,
snowshoes and more in the one spot.
MT STIRLING CAFE
Stop by the cosy Mt Stirling Cafe to
start or finish your adventure. With
delicious local coffee, a menu full of
homestyle delights and great trail
advice, you might end up spending
more time there than on the snow!