With the season extension, Hotham is now open for the entire School Holidays. See what fun activities are on for the whole family to enjoy.
Weekends in Sept | from 12pmThis pop-up sensation makes the most of spring conditions. Grab a drink, soak up the sun and take in the picturesque mountainous views
The Hotham Junior Mountain Freeride ski event is built on canyon and uses Hotham's amazing natural terrain to push young athletes to their best.
With soft fun snow and a fantastic event and activity line up, see what's on throughout September and early October.
Mount Hotham food and beverage operators will be exclusively using 100% compostable takeaway coffee cups from the 2020 winter season.
Hotham is extending the season once again! For the third consecutive year in a row, Hotham's abundant snowfalls are allowing the resort to stay open until October 6, 2019.
Concussion can be a serious
injury and is particularly high risk in sport such as skiing and snowboarding.
Physio Phebe tells the best ways to recognise and treat a concussion.
As we embark on September it’s time to look forward to perhaps the most underrated phase of a snow season….Spring!
Hotham has long been regarded as the gateway to some amazing backcountry touring. No matter what your ability or experience, there’s terrain for everyone’s fancy, learn where to find some of the best backcountry runs.
Physio Phebe has all the best tips and tricks to help prevent ski and snowboard related injuries. Learn how to tape your knees to make the most of your day on the slopes.
Meet the crew that braves the worst kind of weather to help you fit your tyre chains on the Great Alpine Road
The Epic Australia Pass for the 2020 season is now on sale. For Just $829 for adults and $469 for students, get the lowest price guarantee and lock in your pass for just $49 upfront.
You haven’t had a true snow experience until you’ve stayed in one of Hotham's iconic lodges.
Hotham local, Drew Jolowicz, gives hints on how to get the best powder turns in Australia.
On the road to Hotham there are many places named when mining was prominent in the hills and many have an interesting story to tell.