Perisher Ski Resort in Australia is the largest ski resort in the Southern Hemisphere. With 49 lifts and over 1200 hectares of skiable terrain, it’s the perfect place for anyone looking for a thrilling skiing experience. Located in the Snowy Mountains, the resort offers a variety of terrain for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. The resort features a variety of trails, from gentle beginner slopes to advanced terrain for expert skiers. Perisher Ski Resort also offers night skiing, snow tubing, and snowshoeing for those who want a different type of experience. There are plenty of restaurants, bars, and shops for visitors to enjoy after a day on the slopes.

Elevation: 1605-2034m (5266-6673ft)
DropDrop: 429m (1407ft)
Length of runsLength of runs: 65km (40mi)
Runs: 100 (22% blue, 60% red, 18% black)
Longest runLongest run: 3km (1.8mi)
SkiliftsSkilifts: 49
SnowparkSnowparks: 5
SeasonSeason: June – October
SkipassDay skipass (approx.): 130$

Perisher Ski Resort is also home to some of the most spectacular views in the world. From the top of Mount Perisher, you can take in panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and valleys. On a clear day, you can even see all the way to the coast. Perisher Ski Resort is a great destination for both experienced skiers and those who are just starting out. With its vast terrain and breathtaking views, it’s the perfect place to experience the thrill of winter sports.

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  • The largest ski resort in Australia on 7 mountains peacks with interconnection to Blue Cow, Guthega and Smiggin Holes.
  • Perisher is located in Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales between Sydney and Melbourne.
  • There is a big variety of terrain for all levels, from the beginners to experts.
  • Perisher village is full of hotels, restaurants, bars, ski schools and rentals, markets, outlets and so on.

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