Thredbo is located in the heart of the NSW Snowy Mountains in the Kosciuszko National Park. It holds claim to being Australia’s premier year round alpine resort, with the obvious world class winter activities followed up by an equally impressive summer season filled with mountain biking, hiking, fishing and camping.

Winter still remains Thredbo’s main draw card with the longest runs in Australia along with the country’s largest on-mountain alpine village to boot. Its no surprise then that Thredbo’s après scene is second to none. Afternoon beers at the River Inn followed by kicking on and one of the many iconic pubs and clubs make a day at Thredbo a 24-hour experience.

Hitting heights in Thredbo Hitting heights in Thredbo

The mountain itself contains far more advanced terrain than surrounding resorts and is definitely the place to be on a powder day. More steeps and more vertical will have your legs begging for mercy run after run.

Plenty of powder to be found up high at Thredbo Plenty of powder to be found up high at Thredbo

The summit at Thredbo sits at 2037m with a vertical drop of 672m to the lowest point in the resort. The riding terrain is made up of 480 hectares accessed by 13 lifts. An average snowfall of 196cm gives you plenty of powder days to be had.

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The tree runs are also something to behold The tree runs are also something to behold