Don a pair of snowshoes and explore the winter wonderland that is Mt Stirling. Snowshoeing is as easy as walking, providing people of all ages with the perfect way to enjoy the mountain. 

Snowshoeing is a popular and safe way to explore Mt Stirling. Walking without snowshoes can be difficult and boot-pack creates hazards for skiers. When snowshoeing on the trails please keep to the left and give way to skiers. Please read our guide for Snowshoe Etiquette below.


Mt Stirling Interpretive Loops

Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management has created two interpretive walks on Mt Stirling ideal for exploring by snowshoe during the snow season - a 4.4km Wombat Drop Loop and a 12.3km Summit Loop.

A number of interpretive signs are positioned along the trail, telling the stories of Mt Stirling's history, from the olden days of logging to the thrill of the ‘Man From Snowy River' movie set and the characters that create the past and present, as well as the flora and fauna that make up the stunning environment. Walks start from King Saddle Shelter.

Guided Snowshoe Tours

Take a guided snowshoe tour with Stirling Experience and enjoy the stunning surrounds of Mt Stirling with an informative guide.

Saturday Snow-Shoe Wander
An afternoon enjoying fresh mountain air and a little light exercise. Our guided tour winds through tall mountain ash forest trails, along-side mountain streams to visit historical mountain huts. This afternoon program which operates every weekend during the season includes:

  • Equipment hire (incl. Snow-shoes & Poles)
  • Experienced mountain guide
  • Tour to a different location each week end
  • Free on-mountain shuttle transport to the snow line if required

Starting time is 1pm finish by 4pm.

Please bring suitable footwear (snow boots or walking boots), wet weather jacket, warm clothing, gloves, beanie and water bottle. Tours meet at Telephone Box Junction at 12:45pm.



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