Summit Ridge Alpine Lodge

Address: 8 Schuss Street, Falls Creek, Victoria, 3699, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8 Schuss Street, Falls Creek, is near Falls Creek Alpine Resort and Falls Creek Ski Lifts.
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    Travel Blogs from Falls Creek

    Terrified Strawberry Shortbread Eater

    A travel blog entry by emiliebidaine on Mar 15, 2015

    5 photos

    ... shrieks of terror cutting through the cheery hum of nature.

    I love it though. Can't get enough. Well, okay that's a lie. I caaann literally not carry on for even a second longer but it's fine because Matt has promised that it's aalll downhill from here! Hang on, he's just showing me something...a map of the terrain...uhuh...uhuh...round the corner, yep...lots of dotted lines, something about turning off to the right...I don't understand. He's busy ...


    A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Nov 11, 2014

    1 comment, 44 photos

    ... is real outback. A dirt road, sometime ago maintained, with corrugations, potholes, loose rocks and everything that makes driving on these sort of roads such a “pleasure”. The car loves it though. Let a little air out of the tyres and the car just takes it all in stride and comfort. I catch myself doing well over 100k at some point. Not smart as there can be anything wrong with the road anywhere. So back to 80-90 I go and sure enough ahead there is a ...

    Yackandandah to Corryong

    A travel blog entry by barbrob on Nov 09, 2014

    9 photos

    On our way to Corryong, we passed through the area of Tallangatta. The old township was constructed in 1854 and when the railway opened in 1891 it supplied the surrounding goldfields. The town was relocated in 1950's and Lake Hume was expanded and the old township area was flooded. You could see the remnants of the old foundations of the town at the edge of the lake. Corryong (meaning Wombat) is known as "Snowy River Country" and ...


    A travel blog entry by frendy2001 on Apr 20, 2014

    ... car' in the clouds though) I'll get back to this post later on in the day though So we have arrived at our caravan park in Silverton(wow(not)) and there is peacocks, a pony, goats, geese, birds and even a talking cockatoo called bob(not like my pop(bob)) this will be a short post and I will wright on my blog whenever I can Bye ...

    Out of range

    A travel blog entry by piholland on Aug 17, 2013

    ... there.

    Our route until that point is starting to take shape, we are off to the Snowy River national park now in the mountains, after some four wheel driving through some tracks we have found, we are then going to stay with a cool lady who is a major activist for saving the ancient forests in the area.

    After that we head to Malacoota to say with a family in what looks to be the most beautiful spot in ...