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Lake Mountain cross country skiing and tobogganing
Lake Mountain is open year-round and offers bushwalking, mountain biking and sightseeing in the ‘green’ months, with tobogganing, cross country skiing and snowplay during winter.

Resort entry and car parking

During the snow season Lake Mountain Alpine Resort charge an entry fee which is payable at the Cascades Ticket Box, shortly after you turn onto the Lake Mountain Road. Eftpos and cash facilities are both available.

2018 entry fees are as follows:

Resort EntryPrice
Car Entry
(Includes everyone in the vehicle, 10 seats or less)
$56
Bus Entry
(Any vehicle with over 10 seats)
$18pp (age 5+)
Authorised School Group Bus
(Weekdays only: application from the School must be accepted prior to entry)
$12
Seniors Car
(Mon-Fri only. All occupants of the car must be seniors)
$42
Motorbike/Pushbike$14

Tobogganing and snowplay

The snow season opens on the Queens Birthday Weekend in early June and closes in late September/early October depending on conditions.

There are 3 toboggan slopes: Village Run, Koala Creek and Leadbeaters. Snowmaking operates when possible during the snow season to ensure enough snow cover for snowplay and tobogganing fun.

There’s always plenty of room to make a snowman, have a snowball fight, or just walk through the snow gums enjoying the beauty of Victoria’s alpine environment during winter.

XC trails

There are 37km of ski/walking trails and the total skiable area is 2,400 hectares.

Lake Mountain Resort offers cross country skiing lessons for adults and children in a “public lesson” small group format, where up to 10 people can learn together. Private lessons are also available.

Lake Mountain cross country ski trail map

Resort facts

The highest point in the resort is the Hut Trail at 1,480m. Lake Mountain’s summit is 1,433m and the base altitude is 1,340m.

In spring, summer and autumn activities include a 240m flying fox, tube run, laser skirmish (subject to weather conditions, check availability before arriving) and 20km of mountain bike single track suitable for beginners to advanced riders.

Food and drink

The Lake Mountain Bistro open 7 days from 8am-4pm. It’s fully licensed and is located in the main visitor centre with great views over the resort. Choose from a variety of homemade dishes, wood fired pizza, freshly made sandwiches, wraps, rolls, salads, take away style foods, fresh cakes and donuts. All food is made fresh daily on the premises.