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Blue Cow, Perisher Valley

Blue Cow is a ski resort incorporated in Perisher Blue. A day resort only with ski hire, ski school restaurant
and bistro facilities.

Blue Cow has been operating as a ski resort from 1987 and is now part of Perisher Blue Resort. Visitors can ski both areas on one ticket. Close proximity to the main range of snowy mountains giving great views year round.

Restaurant and bistro open in winter.

Access to Blue Cow is either via the ski lifts or skitube. The Skitube is a Rackrail from Bullocks Flat to Perisher Valley and Blue Cow Terminal. Operating daily during the winter months.

Activites and Experiences at Blue Cow

Skiing – Snow
Sports Participate
Coach Stop
Electronic Funds Transfer at Point Of Sale
Public Bar
National Park
Public Telephone
Takeaway Food
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Nearest Airport: Snowy Mountains Airport

Nearest Airport: Snowy Mountains Airport

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