16 Schuss Street, Falls Creek
Trackers Mountain Lodge is conveniently located overlooking the Falls creek village bowl, this lodge offers superb Summit Views, first class cuisine and a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.
Their restaurant offers relaxed casual dining and fantastic cuisine. Their degustation evenings feature most nights through the week with a different menu to choose from each time. The menu changes daily and the chefs take pleasure in presenting you with the best local and international produce available.
Children are well catered for at Trackers. Children eat at a special 6:00pm setting then retire to their own dedicated games room, allowing couples and adults some quiet time in the restaurant and cocktail bar. They offer in house movies, pool table, video games and a PlayStation2 is available for hire.FACILITIES
Unlike most lodges and apartments Trackers combines the comfort of a mountain lodge with the services and amenities of a boutique hotel. Trackers offers the option of 16 spacious lodge rooms.
All have TV with in-house movies, ensuites, towels, towelling robes and all day tea and coffee. These rooms can sleep from two to six people. Two standard rooms are on the restaurant level so are great rooms for families with younger children as they are adjacent to the restaurant / lounge area so children can be put to bed with a monitor whilst the parents dine.
From athletic to gastronomic, every season in Falls Creek blossoms with endless possibilities. Cruise down a mountainside, on skis or a mountain bike or meander along one of the many walking tracks . Play a round of golf at nearby Mount Beauty. Dine at our world class restaurants, the choice is yours! Falls Creek boasts over 100 ha of artificial snowmaking. This coupled with reliable natural snowfalls guarantee good conditions. The Snowsports Snow Guarantee is valid throughout the declared Victorian Ski SeasonACITIVITIES
Falls Creek comes alive at night with a choice of bars and dining, ranging from cafe style to fine dining. Bars stay open until the small hours. Start the night early and ski in to Happy Harvey Hour at the Falls Creek Hotel and then to the Frying Pan for some live entertainment. Monday night is big cup night at the Man.
Night skiing on the Summit every Wednesday and Saturday night until 9:00pm
For the Non Skier
There's still plenty for the non skier to do. Fill your days with lesiurely strolls through the national park, a scenic chair ride for lunch at the top of the mountain, then perhaps a massage or facial. For the less energetic, why not just curl up in front of the fire with a book and take in the spectacular views.
For the more adventurous there are snow mobile tours through the back country to Mt Mackay or the Snowtube Park is open from one until six every day. There is also a togabban run at Windy Corner.