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Perisher Ski Resort is the largest ski resort in the southern hemisphere with 7 mountain peaks, 1,245 hectares of skiable area and about 50 ski lifts and tows. There are 4 interlinking resorts, Perisher, Smiggin Holes, Guthega and Blue Cow. Typically the ski lifts operate from June long weekend to October long weekend between 8:30am and 5pm.

Activities include: snowboarding, snow skiing, night skiing, tobogganing, tubing, groomer tours, scenic chairlift rides 

After a hearty breakfast, step outside Valhalla Lodge, clip in and enjoy the quick downhill run to the footbridge at the Perisher Centre. From here you have access to the Village 8 Express, Mitchell T-bar, Perisher Ski School and the Tom Thumb beginners area plus the other 3 interlinking resorts. There is plenty of varying terrain to explore! 

Don't hesitate to ask our knowledgable staff for their recommendation of the best area in which to head to given the day's conditions. 

After a fun day on the slopes, take the easy way home with a complimentary oversnow transfer.

Note: If you are unable to ski out from the lodge due to conditions or ability, then it is an easy short downhill walk (approximately 10minutes) or you can book an oversnow taxi at your own expense. 

More information on Perisher Ski Resort

Viking Yule

14June - 12July 2018

More information coming soon.

To book your stay with us, click here, email us at bookings@valhallaperisher or call us on +61 2 9523 4885

Activities and more for your Perisher holiday at Valhalla

Peak Festival

Stay at Valhalla for Opening weekend

June 8 - June 11, 2018

From $375 per person twin share including 3 nights accommodation, breakfast daily, arrival and departure oversnow transfers, after ski transfer daily and 4 day Peak Festival Pass which includes access to all concerts, unlimited scenic chairlift rides on Perisher Quad chair and free night skiing on Saturday night. (Please note that dinners are not included in this package but are available at Valhalla by pre-purchase)

See Peak Festival website for more info about the festival and pass inclusions. 

To book your stay with us, click here, email us at bookings@valhallaperisher or call us on +61 2 9523 4885

Lessons and day trips can be arranged with K7 Adventures and/or Wilderness Sports

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so much to explore

Kosciuszko national park


Valhalla Lodge is perfectly located for your next alpine adventure. We are only moments to the slopes and cross country tracks are right by the lodge, but there is so much more to discover...... tobogganing, tubing, snow-shoeing, hiking, groomer tours, scenic chairlift rides, Charlotte Pass day trip, photography tours, massages and more!

Staying on snow at Valhalla means you can top off a great day with more on snow fun. For most of ski season we are usually completely snowbound so there is still plenty of snow action available after the lifts close! Try tobogganing, snow-shoeing, building snowmen / snow sculptures, snow cricket, snow angels or just have a snow ball fight.

Out of ski season hike the summit of Mt Kosciuszko, discover Blue Lake, Rainbow Lake, Porcupine Rocks and many other walking tracks, go mountain biking, cross country biking, road biking, abseiling, climbing, road running and more! Why not book your adventure with a local experienced guide: K7Adventures and/or Wilderness Sports


Explore a another resort and take a day trip up to Charlotte Pass for skiing or snow shoeing. Lunch and oversnow transfers are included. See more.

Valhalla Lodge is located within Kosciuszko National Park, the largest National Park in NSW. It covers over 670,000 hectares. Kosciuszko National Park abounds in natural beauty containing the famous Snowy River, the NSW ski fields, spectacular caves and gorges and the highest mountain on the Australian mainland. 

There are nine wilderness areas and the alpine and sub-alpine areas have plant species that are found nowhere else in the world. Kosciuszko is home to the rare mountain pygmy possum and corroboree frog. Listed as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the Kosciuszko National Park is internationally recognised for its significant natural heritage.

Park entry fees are applicable to all park visitors but are included in your skitube tariff for winter visitors. 

Starting practically right outside Valhalla, there are kilometres upon kilometres of cross country trails for you to enjoy, with no trail fees to pay. It is only 200m to the Sverre Kaaten Nordic Shelter. Many trails are groomed daily giving the classic skier, the skater and the tourer a choice of trails to ski on. Depending on snow conditions you can have up to 50 km of groomed trails to explore between Perisher, Charlotte Pass and Smiggin Holes. 

"A one minute ski down to the lifts in the morning and beautiful views over Perisher Valley". Sarah Q, tripadvisor 7/8/17

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There is more to do in Perisher Valley than just ski!

Try tobogganing, tubing, snow-shoeing, hiking, groomer tours, scenic chairlift rides, Charlotte Pass day trip, photography tours, massages and more!


For guided activities please see K7Adventures and/or Wilderness Sports

Our suggestions for the non-skier:

Take the skitube to Blue Cow for lunch or a drink at the bar. The views from the balcony are awesome. 

Snow shoe to Porcupine Rocks (2.5hrs) for an amazing lookout.

Snow shoe/walk up to Alpine Eyre Cafe and meet your companion for the tastiest of burgers. 

Take the scenic chairlift (cost involved) to Mid Station for an extra special hot chocolate or lunch with your companion before riding right to the top for more amazing views. 

Take the free shuttle bus across to Smiggin Holes for a change of scenery. 

Book on an adventure with K7 Adventures or Wilderness Sports.

Take a day trip to Charlotte Pass.

Relax in our TV room and watch a dvd or curl up on our sun drenched lounge with a good book.

There are quite a few great bars and restaurants to hang out in within the Perisher area, some with views of the slopes from which you can watch your companions or kids in ski school.