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

    It Snowed!!!

    A travel blog entry by aylmore on Sep 04, 2014

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... or not the snow on our car would make it the whole way back down the mountain. Jenna was excited to see that yes it did make it and now is keeping it in our freezer to show everyone when we get home!

    The drive up and down the Alpine Road was amazingly beautiful. The countryside here is so undulating and very scenic. A very pretty part of Australia. The road up to the resort was like a highway compared to the Omeo Road!!!
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    Hairy Drive

    A travel blog entry by aylmore on Aug 30, 2014

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... hiring chains had an old van and we saw some people taking motor bikes up today! Mind you it was just like having to pack all over again, pretty sure they will laugh at the amount of gear we will unload when we get there. Do you think they have seen large plastic tubs instead of suitcases being unloaded!!

    The kids are all very excited about finally getting to the snow, especially Lila. I think we will be making alot of snow men, snow puppies and snow ...

    Time in the Baltic

    A travel blog entry by barry_lywood on Jul 24, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... The city was founded by King Christian IV of Denmark and Norway in 1641. Norway was important to the King as he wanted control of the entrance to the Baltic. During our time in this very pretty port we enjoyed a tour of the Coastal Resorts. After enjoying a ride through Northern Europe's largest collection of white wooden houses which cover ten blocks we were able to get out of the main centre and by yacht explore many of the waterways dotted with hundreds of Islands ...

    Geehi Huts - Mitta Mitta "the road less travelled"

    A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Mar 30, 2014

    14 photos

    ... a road or a place that you would never have considered - this was the case for the old Mitta - Mitta road simply awesome. It followed the winding river and gave you glimpses of rapids and winding bends, a single track rd with no blind bends-I could not stop looking at the river. From the looks got from farmers who waved at me and the fly fishermen - few people came this way, that made me feel good-the road less travelled. As it turned out I passed ...

    Day trip to Omeo from Lakes Entrance

    A travel blog entry by gregjones on Oct 08, 2012

    12 photos

    ... faciltiy there. Bev was interested in applying for some casual work !!! Had a good caravan park beside the creek which had every thing you would need - be a good spot for an overnight on the way to Bright. We took a detour from Swifts Creek through Cassilis (not the Hunter Valley Cassillis) & saw some of the most spectacular high country grazing land you could wish to pass. Rolling hills & beautifully green & lush. Into Omeo which was quite cold but had a ...