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Summer in Thredbo
Bring or hire a mountain bike and enjoy the trails around Thredbo - either up and down the Thredbo valley or on the mountain. Go to the Gallery to see more mountain biking pictures!
Take a hike on one of the nature trials around Thredbo, or head further afield up to Mt Kosciusko to see the alpine meadows and fantastic views - visit the Gallery to see more hiking pictures from Thredbo and surrounds !
Take a self guided art walk, heritage walk, eco walk, or enviro walk - visit the link below, or pick up a guide at the Visitor's centre or Valley terminal close to the ticket office
Take a guided walk or hike - click on the link below to see information about walks and hikes that are available
Winter in Thredbo
There is lots to do in Thredbo in winter - click on this photo and follow the link to the Thredbo website - click on the pictures in the gallery below to see our suggestions
Thredbo has skiing for beginner through to advanced and expert levels. Kosciusko quad chair runs from the Valley Terminal which is an easy, flat, 5 minute walk from Tombarra 4B.
Ride the Merritts Chair from the Valley terminal, which is an an easy, flat, 5 minute walk from Tombarra 4B
The Cruiser quad chair services the Merritts spur area and provides access to Antons T bar on Central Spur
Friday Flat is Thredbo's beginners area, and is a 5 minute bus ride from Tombarra 4B - catch the bus from the Bus stop in front of Thredbo Alpine Apartments (near the service station), 2 minutes from the front door. From Friday Flat you can ride the Gunbarrel quad chair to Central Spur, also providing access to the main mountain and Merritts spur.
If you'd like to ski the Perisher Blue Cow area, you can take the ski tube from the terminal at Bullocks Flat, which is 20 minute drive along the Alpine way
The Village square,with coffee shops, restaurants and retail shopping is 2 minutes walk from Tombarra 4B
Getting to Thredbo
Thredbo is about 6 hours drive from Sydney via Cooma and Jindabyne, or about 6 1/2 hours from Melbourne via Khancoban
Events in Thredbo
In winter the Flare run takes place down the main mountain on Saturday nights and down Friday Flat on Thursdays. The best view for the main mountain is from the Alpine Way, high above the village - a 10 minute walk up Bobuck Lane and Banjo Drive
You can watch the Fireworks after the Flare run on Thursday or Saturday night from the balcony at Tombarra 4B - no need to go out in the cold!
Mountain Biking events start in November and run through until May - check out the link below to see when events are scheduled