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Selwyn Snowfields

Selwyn Snowfields
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Selwyn Snowfields is widely regarded as the premiere learn-to-ski, family snow recreation area in NSW. Located in the beautiful Kosciuszko National Park in the NSW Snowy Mountains, Selwyn Snowfields is committed to providing the most affordable and friendly snow experience. At Selwyn Snowfields we are proud to live by our motto “Friendly Family Fun”. Our family friendly atmosphere will be sure to make you and your family feel right at home. Selwyn’s gently progressing terrain and caring mountain staff means you can relax knowing your children are in safe hands. If you are new to the snow, Selwyn Snowfields is the perfect place to learn to ski or snowboard. With programs for adults and children as young as 18 months, our MILO Snow Sports School will have you sliding down the mountain in no time. Our professional team of qualified instructors are waiting to show you how much fun learning to ski or snowboard can be! And with so many affordable options available you’ll have money left in your pocket to do it all again. That’s not all! Selwyn Snowfields has so many fun and exciting activities for the whole family to enjoy. If skiing or snowboarding is not your thing why not have a go on one of our two snowtube parks, give tobogganing a go, snow biking, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, or just enjoying playing in the snow in the beautiful Snowy Mountains.

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Pros: Friendly resort, excellent service.

Cons: Limited terrain, sometimes lacks snow.

Mount Selwyn is very enjoyable for families and beginners.  Even very young children can learn a lot about the snow. Other Australian resorts could take lessons from their friendly staff and facilities for visitors. You don't feel that you are only there to make money for the operators.

 

As others have mentioned, downhill runs for intermediates and better are very limited, especially in a poor season.

 

Take the kids, relax and enjoy.

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Pros: Gentle slopes, less expensive, great for nordic skiing

Cons: Only two runs for upper intermediates

Mt Selwyn is great to introduce newcomers to the snow.  Many of the slopes have run outs which run up the opposite slope, great for out of control learners.  The topography is spread out with areas well separated but not difficult to move between.  The rolling terrain is ideal for cross country skiing.  They  do not get as much precipitation as higher resorts.  The tickets are the cheapest.

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Pros: good for kids

Cons: very limited terrain

Selwyn is a resort aimed at 'snow play'. Any decent intermeadiate or better would be bored very quickly. 

 

It is rare to have anything like good snow.