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Alitji Alpine Lodge, Charlotte Pass

At Alitjii Alpine Lodge we offer you a tru alpine experience, and the perfect environment for a family holidau. We are located in Charlotte Pass Village nestled in a picturesque valey below the slopes. The lodge is spacious and comfortable. You will find a pool table and cable television. There is a separate dining and cosy lounge area capturing panoramic views of the mountains and centrally heated for your comfort.

All rooms have balconies, ensuite bathrooms, individual controlled heating and wonderful views across the valley and village.

Alitji’s prized location within the village offers a snow bound location with the convenience of door to door skiing.

Accommodation Options

Double/Twin Room

All rooms have ensuite bathrooms and have individually controlled heating with wonderful views across the valley and village.


Popular Activities

  • Bush Walking
  • Sightseeing
  • National Park

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