Falls Creek Guides 

10 Slalom Street Falls Creek Victoria

Falls Creek Guides specialises in day hikes and overnight camping in summer months, and in winter the focus is ski touring to the hidden valleys that are just beyond the resort of Falls Creek.

Their private group tours start and end at Pretty Valley Lodge, Falls Creek.

Tours include guide, lunch morning tea, packs and touring equipment in winter. Group ratios to guide is one to six.

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Guided Experiences - Options


Falls Creek To Hotham in a day. With Falls Creek Guides they provide a guide to pace and navigate the Cobungra Valley that exists between Falls Creek and Mt Hotham, a packed lunch, morning tea/coffee, transfer to pretty valley pondage and back from Mt Hotham to Falls Creek, backpacks and local knowledge make this tour a great day. The crossing is a 23 kilometre hike that requires strong stamina and hiking experience. The 700 metre vertical climb up from Dibbin’s Hut is quite steep and climbs over a distance of 4.5 kilometres. The attraction to this trek is the iconic view of Feathertop, rugged bush trails, open plains that are frequented by native wildlife, brumbies and the challenge of making the trek in a day with the support of Falls Creek Guides and services.
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Looking for a unique and exciting way to spend your summer with friends or family? Look no further than a Wild Guides Escape alternative. Their expert guides will take you on a journey to a pre-made campsite, with the option to e-bike or hike your way there. If you’re feeling particularly adventurous, they can venture further afield and provide you with all necessary camping equipment. They pride themselves on catering to all skill levels and interests. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or a beginner, they’ll tailor the journey to your needs. Plus, if you have any specific interests or areas you’d like to explore, just let the team know! They’re happy to customise the trip to meet your individual needs and ensure you have an unforgettable experience. Book your overnight camping adventure today and get ready for an amazing summer experience in the beautiful Australian alpine terrain with your friends or family.
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Departing from Pretty Valley Lodge to Heathy Spur you ski tour to their campsite destination of Edmonson’s Hut which is hidden among spectacular snow gums. On this tour, you ski the gentle terrain of no-name peak and the steeper terrain of Mt Nelse and Mt Nelse North as an added attraction. All meals, camping and touring equipment is naturally provided. This a great tour for those who have had some overnight experience and are ready to stay overnight for an extended period.
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Overview: Tawonga Huts, Falls Creek and Iconic Lunch In the morning after the evening briefing, the tour departs from Pretty Valley Ski Lodge with camping equipment and supplies for the overnight tour. You will ski through the resort of Falls Creek to Ruined Castle lift where you will then enter the backcountry by following the Mckay Loop Road down to Pretty Valley Pondage and historical cattle yards. By utilising Tawonga Huts as the base camp, you will have two days to explore, selecting either the gentler or steeper terrain that surrounds Tawonga Huts under the peak Mt Jaithamathang, according to your ability, fitness level, weather and/or group wish. On the third day, the tour returns with a ski back down to Pretty Valley Pondage before ascending the Rocky Knolls to ski back into Falls Creek Resort and arrive at the iconic Falls Creek Hotel for a counter lunch overlooking the summit of Falls Creek
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This is an ideal tour for those wishing to learn how to ski with a weighted pack and experience the first time overnight snow camping. You mainly ski gentle to easy terrain and enjoy the beauty of being close but still away from the resort of Falls Creek.
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This is five day overnight is both rugged with comfort, as although you carry your camping supplies the equipment and added food drops make the five days one of great achievement and worth. Walk through the pristine high country embracing the carefully selected tour’s camp sites; such as, Cope saddle and the remerniciance of the cattle huts such as Roper’s, Edmonson’s, Fitzgerald’s, Tawonga Huts and Johnson’s. The trek can be made harder or easier with options to hike further once reaching camp without the burden of a heavy pack. Such adventures down Duane Spur is one that springs to mind and is more readily travelled in the high country. The evening by the fire when appropriate and cryovaced food supplies ensures a warm dinner every night and a hardy breakfast of oat and eggs make an essential part of the days success. For those wishing to explore the high country or train for a larger overseas or domestic hike this five day tour is the choice for you.
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This is five day overnight is both rugged with comfort, as although you carry your camping supplies the equipment and added food drops make the five days one of great achievement and worth. Walk through the pristine high country embracing the carefully selected tour’s camp sites; such as, Cope saddle and the remerniciance of the cattle huts such as Roper’s, Edmonson’s, Fitzgerald’s, Tawonga Huts and Johnson’s. The trek can be made harder or easier with options to hike further once reaching camp without the burden of a heavy pack. Such adventures down Duane Spur is one that springs to mind and is more readily travelled in the high country. The evening by the fire when appropriate and cryovaced food supplies ensures a warm dinner every night and a hardy breakfast of oat and eggs make an essential part of the days success. For those wishing to explore the high country or train for a larger overseas or domestic hike this five day tour is the choice for you.
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