April 26th 2022 – *Temporary closure of lower half of Cascades* Please visit the mountain bike page for more information

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Royston Road
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
An intermediate down hill trail, a great way to end the days skiing
Distance:
1.7km
Graded Status:
Blue
Conditions:
NA
Muster Trail
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Easy Trail, with a few short steep hills
Distance:
2.5km
Graded Status:
Green
Conditions:
NA
Echo Flat Trail
closed
Updated: 2 pm · 19/05
Updated: 2 pm · 19/05
One of our easiest trails taking you from the village through some beautiful scenery
Distance:
3.8km
Graded Status:
Green
Conditions:
NA
Home trail
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
One of our easy trails perfect for beginners. A two way ski trail, with fun downhill sections.
Distance:
1
Graded Status:
Green
Conditions:
NA
Snowgum Trail
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Easy ski trail
Distance:
1.3km
Graded Status:
Green
Conditions:
NA
Woollybutt Trail
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
More Difficult, technical ski trail, with steep climbs in both directions.
Distance:
1.9km
Graded Status:
Blue
Conditions:
NA
Panorama Trail
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Skied in one direction, with moderate climbing and descending.
Distance:
2.6km
Graded Status:
Blue
Conditions:
NA
Jubilee Trail
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Most Difficult, a ski trail for the more advanced skier, with long and short loop options, returning to the Camp.
Distance:
5km
Graded Status:
Black
Conditions:
NA
Man Made Depth:
0
Long Heath
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Most difficult, not groomed, for the more advanced skier
Distance:
4km
Graded Status:
Black
Conditions:
NA
Man Made Depth:
0
Hut Trail
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Most Difficult, not groomed, for the more adventurous skier
Distance:
1.9km
Graded Status:
Black
Conditions:
NA
Jubilee Link Trail
closed
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Updated: 12 pm · 20/05
Most difficult steep assent or descent depending on skiing direction.
Distance:
300m
Graded Status:
Black
Conditions:
Ungroomed
Natural Depth:
0
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You must purchase your entry pass before arriving to Lake Mountain Resort.
FAQs

Find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.

Are there chairlifts at Lake Mountain? select-arrow

No, there are no chairlifts. Lake Mountain is a Cross Country Ski Resort only.

How much does it cost to enter the mountain during the snow season? (June – September) select-arrow

The entry fee is quite similar to paid parking, it is $59.00 per vehicle – up to and including 8 people.

A vehicle must have under 9 seats, if it has 9 seats and over it will be classified as a bus. To check out the bus pricing, click here

I don’t have any snow gear, can I hire some? select-arrow

Yes! Our on-mountain equipment and clothing hire outlet stocks a large range of sizes in both PVC and padded outerwear. As well as snow boots to keep your feet nice and dry. The only things you CANNOT HIRE are GLOVES and BEANIES, this is due to hygiene regulations. Don’t stress though, we have a range of kids through to adults gloves and beanies for sale in our retail outlet up on the mountain.

With gloves starting around $20, you’ll be set to tackle the wintery conditions.

Is there a Snow Shuttle bus from Marysville to Lake Mountain? select-arrow

There is a Snow Shuttle from Lake Mountain Visitor Centre in Marysville to Lake Mountain at 9am and 10.30 on weekends and everyday during school holidays. This is a return trip and includes gate entry. If you take the 9am shuttle you return on the 1.30 shuttle and the 10.30am returning at 3pm. Bookings open late May, contact us for more info.

Will I need wheel chains if I am planning to drive to Lake Mountain Alpine Resort? select-arrow

On occasions, due to heavy snow fall, it is necessary to carry and fit snow chains to two-wheel drive vehicles or engage 4×4 or engage snow conditions on all wheel drive vehicles where directed. Please know your vehicle’s requirements prior to heading to the snow. Check out the daily snow report before you leave in the morning  on the home page for chain requirements for two-wheel drive vehicles or contact the resort directly on 03 5957 7201.

Traffic advisory signs are also located at Marysville where chains can be hired. Chain days are called The day before where possible. Alpine conditions can change quickly and if necessary chain days may be called on the day.

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