Valhalla Lodge

Address: Candle Heath Road, Perisher Valley, New South Wales, 2624, Australia | Condo
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This condo, located on Candle Heath Road, Perisher Valley, is near Perisher Blue Ski Resort and Thredbo Alpine Village.
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Travel Blogs from Perisher Valley

Perisher & Mount Kosciuszko

A travel blog entry by hendos on May 18, 2014

37 photos

... We parked up, rugged up and headed towards it. We then noticed that it was man made snow, but either way it was awesome. Dan really wanted to make a snow man, but he didn't :-(
It was really really cold today too. Mia was rugged up in her marshmellow suit!!!! hahahaha

After checking Perisher out, we headed towards ...

Snow Day!!!

A travel blog entry by year6canberra on Jul 31, 2013

46 comments, 81 photos

Snow Day has finally arrived!

So where do I start. Oh yeah, at 4.45am. Let’s just say that at 4.45 this morning there wasn’t that much excitement in the faces or voices of the children or adults.

After our three hour bus trip ventured towards its destination, the excitement started to grow. The months (or possibly years for some children) of anticipation was quickly reaching boiling ...

Camping beside The Murray

A travel blog entry by mactracks on Nov 04, 2012

17 photos

... I decided to wash my hair in the river. I was in there with a head full of shampoo and a cereal bowl as a water scoop, when two cars went slowly past with the people inside all staring at me. We hadn't had a soul near us the whole time we were there, so I was so embarrassed. Lucky I was fully clothed, otherwise they would have had nightmares for the rest of their lives. John couldn't stop laughing, and I couldn't do a thing to hide. The gypsy life is getting to ...

Skiing in Perisher Valley

A travel blog entry by jessica_caywood on Aug 18, 2012

6 photos

... forgot, most of the runs here do not have chair lifts, they have “T-Bars” which are the most horrid things ever. We all fell off several times. It’s basically a bar that looks like a “T” (hence the name), it goes behind your butt and two people ride it at once. Imagine the T being upside down and you are hanging on to the middle part, if that makes sense. Either way, last time I checked you should have to worry ...

Dead Horse Gap Walk

A travel blog entry by wherrol on Dec 29, 2011

12 photos

... when we got to the top!

At last the reward for the hard journey, coffee and a share of a rather scrummy scone overlooking the view from the safety of a nice firm building.

From here there was some beautiful country to traverse. Up a bit of a hill across plains of beautiful alpine flowers, stunning vistas down to Thredbo and across to the mountain ranges to the other side of Dead Horse Gap and maybe a glimpse of Victoria somewhere over there as well.