Falls Creek snow forecast for 1690 m
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The above table gives the weather forecast for Falls Creek at the specific elevation of 1690 m. Our sophisticated weather models allow us to provide snow forecasts for the top, middle and bottom ski stations of Falls Creek. To access the weather forecasts for the other elevations, use the tab navigation above the table. For a wider view of the weather, check out the Weather Map of Australia.
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JJamesSanFrancisco from United States writes:
Falls Creek is beautiful and for a cross-country skier like myself there are miles and miles to explore. You can ski right out to some of those old cattlemans huts like from the Man from Snowy River which is cool.
I found it a little difficult to get to Falls Creek, but ended up travelling with a group called Mountainhound -mountainhound.com.au who run all inclusive packages to Falls Creek. This included transport from the Melbourne CBD in
a van rather than a bus. I found booking very easy, all through one website, rather than having to search around and find accommodation, transport etc for myself.
I am a cross country skier so I booked a ski package excluding lift tickets which still included off-the-snow accommodation and everything else - 2 nights accommodation, transport, 3 dinners, resort entry and a backpack (which is actually decent, still using it!) with gourmet snacks and special deals on gear and food inside.
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The Falls Creek skiing weather widget below is available to embed on external websites free of charge. It provides a daily summary of our Falls Creek snow forecast and current weather conditions. Simply go to the feed configuration page and follow the 3 simple steps to grab the custom html code snippet and paste it into your own site. You can choose the snow forecast elevation (summit, mid-mountain or bottom lift) and metric/imperial units for the snow forecast feed to suit your own website…. Click here to get the code.
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