Book in advance to avoid missing out

During peak season, our ski lift passes and toboggan park passes always have chances to sell out.

We highly recommend booking in advance to avoid missing out or consider alternate activities like snowshoeing.

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7-Peaks Challenge

7-Peaks Challenge

One of Australia’s most challenging cycling rides; the 7-Peaks Resort Entry Road is the second steepest paved road in the Southern Hemisphere.

Description
“Short and steep! There’s a stunning ride from Noojee and a gentle start to the climb before the official starting point at The Gantry. Now be prepared, this is recognised as one of the hardest climbs in Australia. When you reach the village at the top, the feeling of satisfaction is second only to the views, which are breathtaking if you have any breath left to be taken” – 7 Peaks Website

Start
The Gantry, Mt Baw Baw Tourist Road

Finish
Mt Baw Baw Village Entry Gates, Mt Baw Baw Tourist Road

Stats
Avg. gradient: 11.4%
Max: 20.6%

Distance: 6.5km
Rated “Black”

Food, Refreshments and Water
The Village Central Restaurant opens through summer for breakfast, lunch and dinner service (Fri-Sun). Please call 03 5165 1136 or visit this page for more information.

Retail Store and Guest Services
You can have your 7 Peaks Passport Stamped at the Summer Retail Store and Guest Services hub. The store has information, equipment and basic food and drinks. It opens 9am to 5pm. You can contact Guest services on 03 5165 1136

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SELL OUTS OCCURING
Book before you travel

Toboggan park and lift passes have sold out for many days across the remainder of the school holidays.

Please visit on another day if you have not pre-purchased your resort entry, activities, lessons and passes for the day of your visit.

We recommend booking in advance on school holidays, visiting on dates that are not sold out or trying an alternate activity like snowshoeing.

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