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What's On

Check out everything that’s on around Hotham Alpine Resort and Dinner Plain including special deals and activities.

Summer 2015/2016

 

 

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25th - 28th March 2016

OneTree Sports

Easter Holiday Friday 25th - Monday 28th March 2016

Open 10am – 4pm

50% - 70% off Skiwear and Accessories,

Prices slashed on Ski’s, Boots and Ex Demo’s

13th February 2016

Audax Hotham Challenge - Cycling

Experience the thrill and challenge of riding the Great Alpine Road in a fully supported environment at the Audax Hotham Challenge.

The Hotham Challenge Ride (formerly DP Festival of Cycling) has recently become the Audax Hotham Challenge - a cycling event based out of the picturesque village of Dinner Plain in North East Victoria.

Riders have a choice of two rides which include Mt Hotham, with the sting in the tail being the long climb to the finish, or a shorter ride which starts at Bright and tackles the climb to Mt Buffalo. 70-200km.

Register and find our more HERE

23rd - 24th January 2016

Adventure Kids Festival

Australia Day Long Weekend

The Adventure Kids Festivals provide children and parents with the opportunity to experience a range of fun outdoor activities in a natural but safe setting, giving families exposure to the life-long benefits of activity in natural landscapes. The events have been specifically designed for the younger generation, with walks, runs, climbs, obstacle courses, bike rides and plenty more ‘wild’ play planned for the festival styled events.

For more information visit the Adventure Kids website

23th-24th January 2016

OneTree Sports

HUGE SNOWGEAR CLEARANCE

 THIS WEEKEND JAN 23RD, 24TH & 25th 10-4pm     

 OneTree Sports Mount Hotham Salomon Concept Store Dinner Plain

 

BURTON, SPYDER, KJUS, NILS, ROJO, VOLCOM, THE NORTH FACE, CAPITA, ROSSIGNOL, VOLKL, EX DEMO’S

Plus Many More…..

15th - 17th January 2016

Cool Summer Music Festival 2016

Three days of music and indulgence, on two stages in the middle of nowhere with the luxury of everything. Friday 15th Jan - Sunday 17th January 2016 Mount Hotham, Victoria. Featuring The Meanies, Pierce Brothers, Money for Rope, The Cactus Channel, Even, DJ Eddy, Ben Smith Band, Jali Buba Kuyateh + heaps more!!!!!!

Tickets on sale now HERE

 

28th December 2015 - 6th January 2016

OneTree Sports

Christmas and New Year Holiday

OPEN from 28th December 2015 to the 6th January 2015 from 10am-4pm.

 

50% - 70% off Skiwear and Accessories,

Prices slashed on Ski’s, Boots and Ex Demo’s

22nd November 2015

Dinner Plain Run About - Mile High Trail Run

The Dinner Plain Mile High Trail Run is set in the picturesque alpine village of Dinner Plain, at 1569 m the course takes in a range of run distances from entry level runners to the more experienced trail runner, offering opportunities for mum, dad and the kids to get out and experience this pristine alpine environment.

Short course distance of 5 km and 10 km are great for the kids and those just wanting to stretch their legs following scenic walking trails. For the more experienced, the 21 km and 32 km courses take in more challenging and historic runs through the Alpine National Park, Mt Hotham Village and the historic Cobungra Ditch.

Soak up the pristine alpine environment and challenge yourself to run at an altitude above 1600 metres (one mile) and join the Dinner Plain Mile High club.

“The alps offer a different environment for runners, not only is the air thinner at a mile high but the water is fresher and temperatures cooler”—said Gary Battershill, owner Peppers Rundells Alpine Lodge. “Runners will certainly have to work a bit harder to join the mile high club”.

Fun running for all the family.

Dinner Plain Mile High Trail Run - 5/10/21/32km Runs

Registration: Dinner Plain Hut, BBQ area from 7:00 A.M. – 8:30 A.M., 22 November for registration and collection of race bibs and advice on carrying bad weather gear.

Pre event briefing/dinner: Rundells Alpine Lodge on Saturday night at 8:00 P.M.

Age limit:

  • 6 years of age on race day to compete in the 5/10 km
  • 16 years of age on race day to compete in the 21 km
  • 18 years of age on race day to compete in the 32 km

Enter at www.runningwild.net.au   

14th - 15th November 2015

Hotham Corsa Tarmac Rally

This event has been postponed

For more information please visit Hotham Auto Corsa Page or the Auto Corsa website www.autocorsa.com.au 

 

30 October - 3 November 2015

Onsen Retreat + Spa open for Melbourne Cup Long Weekend

Spa treatments available by appointment, plus Onsen, pool and gym open open for use.

Opening hours: 11am-7pm Friday 30 October to Tuesday 3 November 2015.

For spa appointments select the 'Book Now' button via the Onsen website or email info@onsen.com.au

1st November 2015

Official Opening of the Bushwalking Season

 

Melbourne Cup weekend is the official opening of the Summer Bushwalking Season.

For more information visit our Tracks and Trails section of the website

 

1st November 2015 - 24th April 2016

FREE Guided History Bushwalk

Scheduled Free Guided Bushwalking Tour Program 2015/2016 Green Season

2015/2016 FREE Guided Bushwalking Flyer

Sunday 1st November 2015 (Melbourne Cup Weekend) Bushwalking Season Opening

  • 9.30am – Cobungra Ditch/Huts Walk Track head, via Skeleton Creek

Sunday 27th December 2015 (New Years Break)

  • 9.30am – Cobungra Ditch/Huts Walk Track head, via Skeleton Creek

Sunday 3rd January 2016 (Summer Holidays)

  • 9.30am – Brandy Creek Mine & Cobungra Township

Sunday 24th January 2016 (Australia Day Weekend)

  • 9.30am – Brandy Creek Mine & Cobungra Township

Saturday 13th March 2016 (Labour Day Weekend)

  • 9.30am – Cobungra Ditch/Huts Walk Track head, via Skeleton Creek

Sunday 27th March 2016 (Easter Holidays)

  • 9.30am – Cobungra Ditch/Huts Walk Track head, via Skeleton Creek

Sunday 24th April 2016 (ANZAC Weekend)

  • 9.30am – Cobungra Ditch/Huts Walk Track head, via Skeleton Creek

On reaching the start of The Huts Walk on Cherokee Spur, walkers are invited to return with the guide via the same route (a further 3.2km), or continue independently along The Huts Walk or the Cobungra Ditch Walking Track. (if continuing on their own walkers are advised to make their own arrangements to be picked up at either ends of the tracks that they will be undertaking).