Falls Creek

The Falls Creek Alpine Resort is an alpine ski resort in the Hume region in northeastern Victoria, Australia. It is located in the Alpine National Park in the Victorian Alps, approximately 350 kilometres (220 miles) by road from Melbourne, with the nearest town Mount Beauty, approximately 30 km (20 mi) away. The resort lies between an elevation of 1,210 and 1,830 m (3,970 and 6,004 ft) above sea level[1], with the highest lifted point at 1,780 m (5,840 ft). Skiing is possible on the nearby peak of Mount McKay at 1,842 m (6,043 ft), accessed by snowcat from the resort. 

Highest Altitude  1,849m (Mt McKay) 
Highest Lifted Altitude  1,780m (Summit Chair) 
Village Altitude  1,600m 
Snowline Altitude  1,100m 
Rocky Valley Lake Altitude  1,650m 
Rocky Valley Lake Capacity  250 Hectares 
Village Overnight Capacity  5,000 beds 
Parking Capacity  2000 Car Parks 
Food & Beverage  35+ Outlets (Winter) 
Rental & Retail  14+ Outlets (Winter) 
Average Yearly Snowfall  4 metres 
Average Season Duration  114 days 
Average Ski in/out Village  70 Days 
Skiable Terrain  450 Hectares 
Number of Runs  92 
Number of Lifts  14 (+ Tube Park) 
Snowmaking Terrain  120 Hectares 
Longest Run  Wishing Well (3km) 
Longest Green Run  Wombats Ramble (2.2km) 
Groomed XC Trails  65+km 
Longest XC Trail  Heathy Spur (14km) 
Average Low Temp  -2.8°C 
Average High Temp  1.6°C 
Lowest Recorded Temp  -9.3°C (Aug 11, 2005 

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