When visiting Perisher Valley Tours & Rentals goes without saying, you don't need to have any of the right gear for snow skiing, because you can hire absolutely anything from the number of hire shops that are placed individually or in one of the resorts themselves which is convenient for you if you are staying at one of these places. You will be able to find everything from parka's and pants to skies, poles, toboggans and snowboards. One of the places where you can fitted out for your skiing holiday is at the Snowline Ski Centre located at Smiggins opposite the Smiggins Hotel. The friendly staff will get you completely ready for the snow and they also offer package deals too. You can also check out the Perisher Blue Hire located at the Perisher Centre, Ground Floor. Though if you decide to stay at one of the other surrounding places around Perisher Valley, such as Jindabyne, Thredbo, Mount Selwyn, Falls Creek, Mount Hotham, Mount Buller or Mount Buffalo you will also find easily accessible hire places that have staff who are more than willing to get you ready for the snow.
The mountains are beautiful all year-round and the region attracts around three million people on an annual basis, with visitors seeking nature-based and adventure holidays. If you love snow adventures then there is great Alpine adventure just waiting for you. Not only does it offer fantastic snow skiing in the winter months at all the ski slopes, such as Thredbo, Perisher Blue, Charlotte Pass, Falls Creek, Mount Hotham, Mount Buller and Mount Buffalo you can also have a hand at fishing, quad biking, tobogganing.
In the warmer months you can take a guided or self-guided walk along one of the many bush walks on offer or explore the mountains by horseback. You can also take a drive along the scenic roads which will take you to some of the country's most impressive scenery and past historical villages rich in tales of the Man from Snow River, the gold rush day or the Snowy Scheme. Mountain biking and cross country riding are also a fantastic experience and something to really get the blood pumping. You can also visit the Snowy Hydro power station, Tumut 3, with has a visitor information centre attached that will give you insight into the sheer scope of this iconic part of the nation’s post-war development.
Whatever your idea of the outdoors is, whether it be horse riding, quad biking, white water rafting, canoeing, sailing, snow show tours, hiking through rugged terrain or charging down the slopes on a mountain bike, you will leave refreshed and itching to come back for more.
If any of these fantastic tours interest you give our friendly staff a call they will assist you in arranging you next getaway to the Snowy Mountains.