Skiing & Snowboarding
There's plenty of action on the snow with over 300 hectares of world-class terrain for beginners through to advanced skiers and boarders.
Enjoy the thrill of an off piste tree run, hit the rails in the terrain parks, or get some air off one of summit jumps. Indulge your passion for unique back country experiences amongst Mt Stirling's treed glades and breathtaking views.
Downhill skiing & snowboarding
Whether you’re a beginner, an expert with a thirst for steep slopes or a freerider looking for features to scope, Mt Buller has something for everyone.
Never skied or boarded before? No problem, check out the great beginner lift and lesson specials.
Buller’s green runs cater perfectly for beginners and ski/board lessons are on offer every day of the season. Intermediate skiers will enjoy the varied terrain on runs such as Little Buller Spur, Shakey Knees, Family Run and Summit.
From bumps to chutes Buller also has some brilliant advanced terrain including the popular Federation, Wood Run, Men’s and Women’s Downhill, McLaughlin’s Shoulder and Cow Camp.
If you are not into skiing or boarding, there is plenty of snowplay fun to be had on the mountain.
Cross-country skiing & telemarking
Experience crisp mountain air and the deep silence of snow-capped ranges – head to Mt Stirling for a cross-country or telemarking experience. Ski untouched powder bowls and traverse gentle treed glades – it’s a truly authentic alpine experience. Mt Stirling’s trails are free to use and cross-country lessons are available on the mountain.
Terrain Parks & Off Piste
For freestyle skiers and riders make sure to check out Mt Buller Park. Buller’s freeride offerings include three terrain parks (Kofler’s Park, Skyline Park and Summit Park), plus the Terrain Garden and the Rider Cross course.