Things To Do at Alpine Way

New to Lake Crackenback Resort. You will then learn how to operate your machine with confidence on the Segway Training Facility near the Activate Sports and Ski Centre. Minutes later you will be touring the amazing trails with the assistance of your guide. The Segway Eco Tour will take you through some wonderful scenery. The machines have zero emissions and are whisper quiet so you won’t disturb the plentiful animal life that frequents the 150 acre resort. Tour past the beautiful alpine lake and streams before linking to the trails and bridges on the perimeter of our property.

As the only Schnapps distillery on the mainland of Australia, Wild Brumby is a unique experience. Offering lunch and early supper this is a fantastic stop on the way to and from Thredbo and the Ski Tube. Wild Brumby uses locally grown fruit from either the garden on site or from nearby farmers. There is local art and sculptures dotted throughout the property welcoming you to wander the garden.

Indulge yourself with a trip to the health and fitness centre in Lake Crackenback resort. The Spa uses only 100% organic products. Choose from a wide selection of massage and beauty treatments or pampering spa packages. The Spa can create packages to suit any individual or group, a day with friends, bridal showers or corporate retreats. This unique environment can incorporate spa treatments with yoga, alpine walks or team building activities. 

Set on 2200 acres this lush setting is the perfect location to ride the trails on the Snowy Mountains and experience how Banjo Paterson felt when he came through this area. Your leaders will point out local wildlife and are always happy to show you a bit of their local land. What ever your ability Thredbo Valley Horse Riding has a trail suited to gain your maximum enjoyment, they even have small ponies for young children.

The road beyond Thredbo was first constructed in the 1950's as access to Murray 1 & 2 power stations located on the western side of the Snowy Mountains. Murray 1 Power Station is the second largest power station in the Snowy Mountains Scheme. There are 10 turbines at Murray 1, each capable of producing enough electricity to supply over 95,000 houses. Next to the power station is the Murray 1 Visitors Centre. This centre offers an exciting interactive experience with a wide range of displays, "hands on" models and exhibits. There are BBQ and picnic areas by the water that are open to the public. Light refreshments are available in the Cafe.