The previous “quaint chalet” for eight people was razed to the ground to make way for our beautiful new lodge which is complete and ready for the 2015 season.
The new lodge sleeps 16 people and has a lovely open plan communal area complete with fireplace. There is also a great mezzanine area for watching TV. We are very proud of our new lodge and hope that members will make great use of it way into the future.
From the front door, you can ski/walk to along the Davenport Road to the Big D beginners run. Lift tickets can be purchased here. Bus stop number 6 is at the front of the General Store, and you can take the bus to Central Hotham. If there is enough snow, you can ski down the Davenport Access trail to the bottom of the Village quad chair.
Parking and getting to the lodge
You can park for a limited time on the Great Alpine Road near a set of steps about 50 metres from the side door of the lodge. Check the parking signs carefully. After unloading, you need to drive down the road towards Dinner Plain and can park on the side of the road or in a car park. You then catch the bus back to the General Store.
Mount Hotham boasts 320 hectares and 13 lifts.
If you’re getting started, our walk-on beginner slopes are a breeze. Looking for a challenge? Take your pick from the myriad of steep valley runs Hotham is renowned for, you know the sort that gives your thighs a real work out. Intermediate runs you can ski all day, tree runs, natural half pipes, gullies, and bowls, it’s all here.
Want more, go off piste with a FREE kat ride and discover Hotham’s famous powder stashes or take the Heli-Link to Falls Creek and enjoy the slopes of our sister resort, all on the same lift pass.
With a host of unique additional activities, great skiing, and boarding terrain, more than 20 restaurants to satisfy your taste buds for days, unique day spas to help you unwind, and unique 360-degree mountain views. Hotham Alpine Resort has got the lot and will keep you coming back for more from your very first visit.
For further information visit the Mount Hotham Website.