Congratulations to Rhonda Weir who won the 2016 Season Permit survey draw.
Rhonda will receive a 2017 Season Resort Entry Permit to get her through the Mount Hotham 2017 winter season.
Rhonda started skiing in her early twenties and first skied Mount Hotham with her husband in 1971. During that time, they joined the Tallawarra Ski Club, who back then had not yet built their lodge.
Mrs Weir said she had been visiting Mount Hotham, with her husband, every season since, and enjoys the ongoing developments of the resort.
“Mount Hotham was a very different scene back in the 70s – fairly basic but with plenty of adventure to be had on a great variety of slopes, many not serviced with tows,” Mrs Weir said.
“I have enjoyed downhills and Nordic skiing on the many slopes and tracks Hotham has to offer.
“We have ‘wrecked’ many pristine slopes discovered over the years.
“Our two boys have grown up on the snow, now my grandchildren are doing the same — we are a skiing and snowboarding family,” she said.
Every winter Mount Hotham Alpine Resort Management Board (MHARMB) sends out the WoolCott Mount Hotham Visitor Satisfaction Survey link to those who entered the resort two weeks prior.
At the end of the winter season, WoolCott determine a winner for the Mount Hotham Season Car Permit for the following season.
14 February 2017
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