Crisp mountain air and the deep silence of snow-capped ranges, Mt Stirling is something special in winter.
Gentle treed glades, breathtaking uninterrupted views and icy streams make Mt Stirling a unique alpine experience.
Experience a vast array of exciting winter activities amongst Mt Stirling's natural beauty. Explore pristine terrain on alpine touring gear, snowboard down untouched powder bowls, or snow shoe through the untouched alpine landscape.
Enjoy a slide down the toboggan run, a snowball battle with the kids or build a snowman, the wide open spaces are great for snowplay fun.
For a true taste of the mountains try snow camping, either on your own or with the guidance of an experienced camp leader. You'll wake on top of the world as the first golden rays of light glint off icy gum leaves...Magic. View our Top Snow Activities here.
For true connection to nature, make the trip to Mt Stirling in summer where you’ll be welcomed by the swirl of the snow gums, the flash of a black cockatoo and the whir of mountain insects.
Amazing views and mountain trails make Mt Stirling a natural adventure playground. A number of walking/biking tracks connect Buller and Stirling, or you can drive or four-wheel drive to Mt Stirling and start your adventure from Telephone Box Junction.
Guided walks are available, as well as fully catered 4WD tours or horseback trail rides in the Stirling area. Of course, if you visit Mt Stirling – make sure to see the iconic Craig’s Hut from the Man From Snowy River movies.
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