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Guthega

Guthega
 
Established in the 1950's, Guthega was initially a small resort with a handful of lodges, a few lifts and limited number of skiers and boarders who were prepared to deal with the more extreme driving conditions.

It was in 1982 that the Car Park Chairlift was installed which enabled skiers and boarders to reach more of the resort, making Guthega a lot more appealing. There is a reason why locals love getting to Guthega and end up spending most of their day there. Guthega has some unique on-snow restaurants such as Guthega Inn & Burning Log and on-snow lodging options.

The terrain ranges from Green, Blue, Double Blue and some Blacks for the more advanced skiers and boarders. With breath-taking panoramic views of the Kosciuszko mountain range, don't be surprised to see people stopped on the side of a run to grab a quick picture of the view.

How to get to Guthega

Many of the locals like to spend their days at Guthega, so it should definitely be on your list of places to visit. There are several ways to get to Guthega, it all just depends on what you want to do.

Driving to Guthega is a great way to see a great deal of our beautiful landscape. We've got 60 parking spots for day only and 50 overnight spaces. Keep in mind that if we've had some fresh snow, road conditions to Guthega may change.

The other option is to ski or board from Blue Cow to Guthega. When you leave the Blue Cow Skitube Building you will take the exit to the left of the Easy Rider and ride along the Guthega Way. This will lead you right to the Freedom Chair!

There's also access to Guthega from Blue Cow by taking the Pleasant View Trail once you unload from the Pleasant Valley Quad chair (on the left heading back to Blue Cow), keep an eye out for signs or check your trail map. From here you'll be able to access all that Guthega has to offer. When you want to come back to Blue Cow, just unload at the top of the Freedom Chair and follow the Blue Cow Way to arrive back at the Terminal Chair.

Accommodation at Guthega

At Guthega you have the ability to stay on mountain in a beautiful location. The Guthega Inn is adjacent to the Blue Calf T-bar, close to the Freedom Chair and is beautifully presented, stylish and restful, providing full service, a popular cafe-restaurant & outstanding views. The Guthega Inn is open for guests only for lunch but is offering apres drinks and small plates to the public from 3pm daily.

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Equipment hire at Guthega

Please note that in 2021 we will no longer offer ski or snowboard equipment hire at Guthega,  gear can be hired at Bullocks Flat or Perisher. Ticket media can be picked up at The Burning Log or Guthega Centre.

Snowy Mountains Backcountry will be offering touring equipment hire, check here for more info.

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Terrain at Guthega

There is a reason why locals love getting to Guthega and end up spending most of their day there. The runs range from Green, Blue, Double Blue and some Blacks for the more advanced skiers and boarders.

With breath-taking panoramic views of the Kosciusko mountain range, don't be surprised to see people stopped on the side of a run to grab a quick picture of the view.

To map out which runs you'll head for first, check out our trail map

Restaurants at Guthega

The Burning Log Restaurant is located on snow at the bottom of the Blue Calf T-Bar. Offering up some great meals and cold drinks, it's a great spot to sit and relax while taking in the views.

The Guthega Inn is open daily from 3pm for apres drinks and small plates and is not open to the general public for lunch, house guests only.

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