Snow season 2020

Snow season 2020 is on now. Strict capacity limits are in place, so things are a bit different this year. You must book ahead - even if you're just visiting for the day. Make sure you have booked resort entry, lift passes, and accommodation if you plan to stay the night. COVID-19 restrictions apply, which means physical distancing is in place on the slopes and throughout snow villages. Secure all the elements of your trip before you go and consider booking for mid-week or off-peak times. Plan ahead. Be safe. Be kind and enjoy the snow. Find out everything you need to 'snow' before you hit the mountain. Check resort websites and stay up to date with the latest advice on Victoria's travel restrictions from DHHS.

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Dog sledding

Live the excitement, get close to nature and discover the special bond between human and husky with an unforgettable sled dog experience in Victoria's spectacular Alpine National Park. Power through the snow and learn about the history of the sport on a dogsled tour. Rally your team and pit yourself against other mushers (drivers) in a race, or settle back and watch all the action unfold from the sidelines.

Australian Sleddog Tours

Australian Sleddog Tours takes groups of up to six people in the snow at Mt Buller. Tours run for between thirty minutes and three and a half hours, and include a snow sled ride, plus meet and greet time with the team of Siberian Huskies and Dusty, the Australian Kelpie.
sleddogtours.com.au

Howling Husky Sled Dog Tours

Howling Husky run tours at Mt Hotham, Dinner Plain, and Mt Baw Baw. They offer six different tour types, from half hour snow dashes to five hour adventures, winding through wilderness and back country trails. For a slower pace, let a retired sled dog take you on a fun showshoe walk.
howlinghuskys.com.au

Events

Plan your visit to the snow to coincide with one of the popular local race events. Don't miss the annual Dinner Plain Sled Dog Challenge. The race takes place over two days in August, when more than 350 sled dogs come to town, with more than 80 mushers in tow. Catch the Falls Creek Sled Dog Classic in September and watch as the teams of huskies race through the village under lights.

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