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Guthega Inn

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The Guthega Inn is quite possibly the most picturesque ski lodge in the country (if not The).

The Guthega Inn is tucked away in an incredible location that you will either happen upon by accident or maybe you heard some whisperings of a hidden gem in the hills from a friend, Not all that hard to find though The Guthega Inn is open to the public through out the day & offers incredible food and a delightful range of drinks from near and far, The staff are quick and efficient catering quickly to empty stomachs with exceptionally tasty meals, The beer is our favourite though it’s so good you will see what we mean.

Once you have explored the menu and enjoyed a beverage or two, hit the trail. there is no better feeling than cruising back to your car or the ski tube with a full belly and a big old smile, you have been out there all day burning calories so don’t feel too bad about topping up the tank (you have earnt it) It’s hard to leave the spectacular views Guthega likes to show off but keep in mind the lifts will close in the afternoon so you wont want to get too caught up in the scenery and end up missing the last lift home! (its a long walk).

Better yet, The accommodation options at the Guthega Inn will stun you, from the picturesque valley across the way where the sun sets over Kosciusko, to the carefully thought out and prepared menu each morning and night, The Guthega Inn is tucked away seemingly in its own world far far away from the busy lift cues and front valley traffic, upon arrival you can expect a short trip in an over-snow craft (tank machine thing, lots of fun) after being greeted by a friendly face. This destination truly is a great escape from the hustle and bustle, immerse yourself in a remarkably European style setting that is conveniently domestic.

We @Genki could not recommend The Guthega Inn more highly, the excellent food & drinks are what get us excited and the view is what keeps us coming back time and time again, Our best tip? try the Glühwein or one of the German beers on offer while you take in the surroundings from the patio. Best enjoyed on a nice sunny Day, But hey, be adventurous the weather at front Valley can tell a completely different story.

Leaving the best till last, Guess what! It’s ski-in ski-out! You can Ski in via Norwegian Trail and out to Blue Calf T-bar and the Freedom chairlift.

If you do want to book the best of the best with a truly unique snow experience on offer then look no further than the Guthega Inn But, please do so in advance, it’s an incredibly popular location for those in the know. Booking inquiries can be made here.

If Guthega isn’t already on your list you need to revise your list making skills!

As far as the complete on snow experience is concerned for skiers & boarders alike you would be foolish not to visit, it has everything you could hope for and more during your snow get away and ill say it again, that view is an absolute must see!


Opening Hours (Winter)

Check in 4pm – Check out 10am

Lunch – 11am – 2pm

Dinner – 6pm – 8pm

Bar + Snack – 11am – 6pm

Price Per Person

Accommodation – $289 – $400 per night per person (Includes Breakfast + Dinner) – Check out their website here for more detail.

Lunch – $15 – $30 (Plus Drinks)

Dinner – $50 – $60 (Plus Drinks) and you can chose from a 2 – 3 course meal options

Bar – Pick your poison


Accommodation and Food – Call 02 6457 5383


Ski-in Ski-out! – Amazing Views – Great Beers – Good Food – Great Location

Alec took his slabs of wood worldwide for years. He floated around enjoying basic day to day creature comforts like salt, beers and nasi goreng, amidst chasing snow for as many days of the year as possible. Then he got a day job... But the dream lives on, Today he loves nothing more than snowboarding, writing for Genki and just being the #1 snow hound this world has ever seen.

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