Whether you're a beginner about to discover the magic of snowsports or an expert who can navigate the steepest slopes with ease, you'll get more out of your holiday if you ski the runs that are best suited to your level and Mt Buller has a variety of terrain to suit all abilities.

Beginner green runs

Bourke Street is our iconic beginner run overlooking the Mt Buller Village. Here you can master your first turns on this gentle beginner slope, before heading up the ABOM Express Chairlift and through to Baldy. For those wanting a new challenge, head to the top of the ABOM Express and follow the signs to Spurs, where you will find Burnt Hut Spur. This green run is a favourite for many Mt Buller skiers – it’s long, wide and perfect for beginners.

Intermediate blue runs

Mt Buller offers a variety of groomed blue terrain for intermediate skiers and boarders.

Travel up Bourke Street Express and head across to the front of the Arlberg Hotel and you're at Shakey Knees. Once you get to the bottom, head up The Fox Chairlift and stop for a break at the Tirol Cafe.

The ever popular Little Buller Spur offers skiers a reliable and consistent skiing experience. You can access Little Buller Spur from the top of ABOM Express then follow the signs to Little Buller Spur. Little Buller Spur is a wide, cruising slope that leads to the Wombat Chair. A great alternative to Little Buller Spur is Wombat, which runs parallel and also leads to the Wombat Chair.

Other popular runs on the Southside for intermediates include: Standard, Family Run and Summit. On the northern side of the mountain Summit Slide and Dam Run are also great options.

Advanced black runs

With a great variety of advanced terrain, Mt Buller has challenges to excite the most experienced skier or boarder. Most of the advanced runs are located on the south side of the ski area, including the popular Federation, Wood Run, the Bull Run and Wombat bowls, and Men’s and Women's Downhill.

Other popular choices are Howqua Extension, McLaughlin’s Shoulder and Cow Camp.

Want to learn to ski? Take a lesson at the Mt Buller Ski & Snowboard School - click here for lesson details.