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Guthega, NSW

Guthega, a picturesque ski resort village at the base of the Snowy Mountains, has an excellent full range of skiing and boarding facilities. Guthega is a small ski area with tree-lined runs therefore, it can hold good snow on its southern slopes when many other areas are bare. There is private lodge accommodation and rooms available at the Guthega Hotel. Nearby Guthega Dam is the start of the legendary Snowy River and the Snowy Mountains Hydroelectric scheme.

There are excellent intermediate ski facilities available during winter with good slopes for both beginners and advanced.

Nearest Airport: Cooma

About Guthega

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