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Mount Selwyn, NSW

Mt Selwyn is a ski resort specialising in families and low cost skiing. Located in the Northern section of Kosciuszko National Park, the Selwyn Snowfields is a perfect example of family skiing made affordable and fun. They offer a variety of programs and action packed experiences that you are sure to treasure for years to come.

The nearest accommodation is at Providence Portal on Lake Eucumbene and Adaminaby.

Mountain Information:
Elevation: Base 1492 metres, Mid 1550 metres, Top 1614 metres
Developed Terrain: 45 hectares – 40% beginners, 48% more difficult, 12% most difficult
Longest Trail: 800 metres (Long Arm)
One Terrain Park

Total 12 – 1 Double Chair, 4 T-Bars, 2 Pomas, 1 Platter and 4 Beginner Ropes and 1 Toboggan Lift.
Lift operations: 8.30am (first lift open) – 4.30pm (last lift closed).

Snow Tubing – For more family fun
Snowtube Park – located on Wombat Run
Toboggan Park

45km marked trails ranging from 2.5km to 15km in length. All trails colour-coded, intermittently groomed and track set. Shelter, toilets and car park available at start of trails

Nearest Airport: Snowy Mountains Airport

Popular Activities

  • Skiing - Snow
  • National Park
  • Adventure
  • National Park
  • Snow

About Mount Selwyn

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