Mt Buller resort celebrated the 2017 snow season with fireworks, fire twirlers and most importantly, a whole heap of snow.
- Mt Buller
Skiers were already hitting the slopes a week before what is traditionally known as the ‘opening weekend’ of the season, with a good half-metre snow cover on the resort’s main run.
Clear and sunny weather provided perfect conditions across the three day break.
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Buller Ski Lifts General Manager Laurie Blampied says the Queen’s Birthday weekend is a”true celebration” of the ski season.
“It’s been terrific to have guests skiing and boarding on Bourke Street since last Friday night on a good cover and we are looking forward to getting into more terrain as soon as we can,” said
Mt Buller hosted Twilight skiing on Saturday night complete with fireworks and new lighting.
Mt Buller made a $1.6m investment in their snowmaking capabilities with the installation of the TechnoAlpin Snowfactory.
The investment has allowed the resort to guarantee skiing under the new floodlights from the start of the season.
About Mt Buller
With over 300 hectares of skiable terrain, Mt Buller’s runs range from the wide beginner’s slopes of Bourke St and Burnt Hut Spur, to the challenge of black runs like Chamois.
With 22 lifts, the resort has the largest lift network in Victoria, this includes 13 chairlifts.
The resort features three Frank Terrain Parks designed for all skill levels, with a dedicated snow grooming team.
Mt Buller also has two toboggan parks, complete with their own snowmaking machines.
* Photos and footage supplied by Mt Buller.
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