Thanks to its high altitude, an impressive 1,861 metres above sea level, Mt Hotham is famous for its high annual snowfall and challenging runs including the notoriously difficult 'Mary's Slide.' While Mt Hotham is ideal for challenging experts on the slopes, beginners, couples and families will also be spoilt for choice with a range of fun trails and activities to do.
Mid June - early October
8:30am - 5:00pm
6 beginner runs, 34 intermediate runs and 26 advanced runs
1450m base elevation, 1861m top elevation
8 quad chairs, 2 surface conveying lifts, 1 double chair, 1 triple chair, 1 T-bar lift and 1 poma lift
Group and private lessons are available for kids and adults at various ski levels
Cost of a Day Pass:
Day parking is available at the Corral Day Carpark until 11pm
Mt Hotham has an airport on site just 20 km from the mountain village. During winter the airport receives direct flights from Sydney which take approximately 80 minutes. Book flights online
Privately-operated shuttles also run from Melbourne and various Victorian towns to Mt Hotham.
Mt Hotham has a range of accommodation options on site including apartments, lodges, motels and chalets. Book accommodation online
Car hire is available close by in Albury. During winter, snow chains for your tires are essential so be sure to also hire chains. You can book your car online to guarantee availability.
Skiing and snowboarding are great activities. So you can enjoy the snow with peace of mind, consider travel insurance for your winter holiday.
Mt Hotham hosts a range of festivals throughout the winter months. Some highlights include the Mountain Fresh Festival which celebrates alpine food and wine, weekly fireworks displays and free kid's activities.
All Inclusive Packages
For an all inclusive ski holiday package including flights, tours, ski passes and more please contact a Flight Centre consultant on 0800 24 35 44 or fill in the enquiry form below.
Download the below PDF for a detailed map of the different trails available at Mt Hotham. On this map, green lines represent the easiest trails, blue are more difficult and black lines are the most difficult trails. There are also some 'extreme skiing' trails marked with yellow dotted lines. The straight red lines mark the ski lifts.