Mt Stirling's endless pristine trails have ensured that the Resort is renowned for its cross-country skiing. The trails are relatively sheltered from the elements so provide great cross-country skiing no matter what the conditions.
As Mt Stirling’s trails are free to use, cross-country skiing is a low-cost alternative and offers fun for the whole family. Click here to download the cross-country trail map.
A number of cross-country ski packages are available through Stirling Experience. The packages offer true value for money, allowing you to easily experience the joys of cross-country skiing in a relaxed and friendly Resort. For further information contact Stirling Experience on 03 5777 6441 or visit www.stirlingexperience.com.au
Stirling Experience has finished up for the 2017 winter season as of Sunday 17 September. The mountain is still accessible for skiing and exploring, and the cafe is still operating until further notice.
To ensure you have an enjoyable and safe time when skiing Mt Stirling, please adhere to the Alpine Responsibility Code:
- Know your ability. Always stay in control. Be able to stop to avoid other people or objects.
- Take lessons from qualified professional instructors to learn and progress.
- Do not stop where you obstruct a trail or run or are not visible to others
- Give way to other skiers when entering a trail or when starting downhill.
- Always use proper devices to prevent runaway equipment. Ensure your equipment is in good condition.
- Keep to the left and ski in preferred direction.
- Do not obstruct or walk on ski trail.
- Avoid people ahead of you - they have right of way.
- Observe all warning signs. Keep of closed trails and out of close areas.
- Ski only on groomed or marked trails that are within your ability.
- Do not ski or undertake any other alpine activity, if drugs or alcohol impairs your ability.
- If you are involved in a collision or witness an accident, alert Ski Patrol, remain at the scene and identify yourself to the Ski Patrol.