What fantastic Sydney (wet) weather to do another trawl through the photo archives and show off our beautiful diverse state!
When you think of the Snowy Mountains you naturally think of heading there in the depths of winter in hope of white powdery blue bird days and mulled wine. We decided to see what all the hype was about and went in the summer.
We took our time from Sydney and explored Yarrangobilly’s thermal pool and caves on our way to the mountains – a warm spot to swim surrounded by nature and crisp clean air – it’s pretty magic.
There is something quite majestic about this area – open spaces, wild brumbies and snow-capped mountains, even in summer you will still find the last of the seasons dump in the highest parts and avid skiers, and snowboarders getting their last fix.
If you camp – Diggings is the spot, with a freshwater Wim Hoff swim to let you know you’re alive. You will feel brand new!
The highlight of the trip was at Thredbo – mountain biking down the mountain at full ‘send’. Bikes go up on the gondola, we were pretty happy about that, and you fly down the hill surrounded by trees and one of the best views of the village below. If adventure is at the top of your holiday list – start planning a trip to The Snowies – all year round. We loved it so much, we’re back for the ski season!
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