Adjacent to the spectacular Bogong High Plains which forms part of the Alpine National Park, Falls Creek’s village is at 1600 metres above sea level while the resort ranges in elevation from 1210 to 1842m. For alpine skiing, there are a total of 14 lifts, with over 92 runs with the terrain mix comprising of approx: Beginner 17%, Intermediate 60% & Advanced 23%. For cross country skiing, there are 21 trails with an extensive 65kms of groomed network trails. The cross country skiing terrain mix is Beginner 33%, Intermediate 48% & Advanced 19%.
On average, Falls Creek receives an average yearly snowfall of 4 metres. With ample snow on hand, all types of snowsports are on offer at Falls Creek no matter what your ability. Why not try something new? Go on, give it a go!
- Beginners have a sheltered ride on the covered Mouse Trap ski lift. It's great fun!
- The youngest skiers have their own designated ski area with a magic carpet ride.
- Kids under 14 can be taught to Rail Jam by expert instructors. The Jam sessions are held at night next to the Village Bowl Tube Park.
- Drover's beginners terrain park at the bottom of Panorama is the perfect place for kids and adults to get some air.
- The Fox trail is full of surprises, you may even see a snow dragon. Pete the Dragon, the Falls Creek mascot may know were they hide.
- For those with a taste for adrenaline there are 4 terrain parks and black diamond adventure off Mt McKay, Rocky Knobs or the Dam site.
- Intermediate skiers can cruise or be challenged with the Advanced skiers on the Summit or in the Maze.
- For those who can't get enough... do it at night! Night skiing from the Village Bowl to the bottom of Gully chairlift.
- Snowsports school - starting from age 3 upwards