Night skiing and snowboarding at the Snowy Mountains
After dark on the slopes
Why should your snow fun stop when the sun goes down? Head out to the slopes after dark and glide along under the stars.
Night-time on the slopes
Night skiing is a popular event for skiers who are having way too much fun to stop when the sun goes down. Pop back to the lodge to refuel and then head out again for a unique alpine experience.
Perisher Valley makes night skiing an experience to remember. Every Tuesday and Saturday night from July to September (Tuesday night only in September), the snowfields are flooded with light between 6pm and 9pm. A fireworks display is held every Tuesday night starting at 7.20pm and there's also free entertainment the whole family can enjoy. Stop off at the popular Sundeck Hotel for a meal or a warm drink before heading out on a night run.
At Thredbo you can ski from 4.30pm until 7.30pm every Thursday and Saturday night. Dont miss the flare run on Saturday nights its a Thredbo tradition. For more than 25 years, advanced skiers and snowboarders have taken to the slopes with flaming flares, creating a magical light show as they glide down the slope.
Explore the great terrain parks on offer at the Snowy Mountains. Develop your skiing skills and tricks at the terrain parks available at Perisher, Selwyn Snowfields, and Thredbo. Mini terrain parks are also on offer for beginner skiers.