Mt Buller Snow Report   Comments

Updated

 30
Sep 2014
5:10pm

Uploaded: 6:23pm - 28 September 2014

Lifts Open

0
of 22

Snow Depth

0cm
Average Natural

Surface Condition


Grass

Weather

Overnight Minimum: 3.9 °C
Wind: km/h -
Precipitation: None
Expected Visibility: Excellent
Expected Cloud Cover: Mostly Sunny

Snowfall

0cm
Last 24hrs

Snowfall

6cm
19 Sep 2014

Snowfall

6cm
18 Sep 2014

Snowfall

3cm
05 Sep 2014
Resort Status: 5:10pm - 30 Sep 2014

Mt Buller is currently closed for skiing and snowboarding. See you out on the slopes in 2015!

Skiable Snow Cover None
Resort Rating Closed
Snowmaking On Standby
Grooming Summary
Snow Depth: Av. Natural 0cm
Snow Depth: Family Run 0cm
Snow Depth: Tirol 0cm
Snow Depth: Av. Snowmaking 0cm
Snow Depth: Boggy Creek 0cm
Toboggan Run Closed
Half Pipe Closed
Terrain Park Closed
Road Condition Open and Clear

Skiing & Boarding

Mt Buller is currently closed for skiing and snowboarding. See you out on the slopes in 2015!

Cross Country Trails

Last Groomed 28/7/2014

Day Visitor Wheel Chains

2WD vehicles are not required to carry chains.4WD/AWD vehicles are not required to carry chains.All Overnight vehicles ARE required to carry chains.

Announcements

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Weather   BOM Summary

DateForecastMinMax
Sat Nov 1 Cloudy. Very high (near 100%) chance of rain or snow, becoming less likely this afternoon. Winds northwesterly 35 to 45 km/h turning west to southwesterly in the late morning.
Sun Nov 2 Partly cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of snow showers, most likely in the morning. Winds westerly 40 to 50 km/h tending southwesterly early in the morning then decreasing to 25 to 35 km/h in the morning. -2°
Mon Nov 3 Mostly sunny. Light winds. -2° 13°
Tue Nov 4 Mostly sunny. Winds north to northwesterly 25 to 35 km/h. 16°
Wed Nov 5 Partly cloudy. Slight (20%) chance of a shower. Winds northwesterly 25 to 35 km/h decreasing to 15 to 20 km/h during the morning. 16°
Thu Nov 6 Partly cloudy. Light winds. 15°
Fri Nov 7 Sunny. Light winds. 18°
Source: Bureau of Meteorology Details of warnings are available on the Bureau's website www.bom.gov.au, by telephone 1300-659-218* or through some TV and radio broadcasts.
  • Blue Bullet Express (Quad)
  • Boggy Creek (T-bar)
  • Bonza (Quad)
  • Bourke Street Carpet (Carpet)
  • Bull Run (Quad)
  • Canyon Tows (Rope)
  • Cattleman's Carpets (Carpet)
  • Federation (Triple)
  • Gliders Carpet (Carpet)
  • Grimus (Triple)
  • Happy Feet Carpet (Carpet)
  • Holden Express (Six)
  • Howqua (Quad)
  • Koflers (T-bar)
  • Lydia Lassila Chairlift (Double)
  • Northside Express (formerly Horse Hill) (Quad)
  • Shakey Knees (Quad)
  • Skyline (T-bar)
  • South Side (Quad)
  • Summit (Quad)
  • Tirol (T-bar)
  • Wombat (Quad)
Run Status Grooming Snowmaking
Baldy
BaldyclosedGroomedNo Snowmaking
Bourke Street
Bourke StclosedNot GroomedSnowmaking
Little Buller Spur
Whiskey CreekclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Robin'sclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Powder KegclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Outer EdgeclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Zwier's Zig ZagclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
BoomerangclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Cross CutclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Wombat ValleyclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Little Buller Spur - topclosedGroomedNo Snowmaking
WombatclosedGroomedNo Snowmaking
Family RunclosedGroomedNo Snowmaking
North Side
TelecomclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Cattleman's TrailclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
TirolclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Shakey KneesclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Boggy CreekclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Burnt HutclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
South Side
Rough CutclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
YurredlaclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Whiskey Creek TrailclosedNot GroomedSnowmaking
StandardclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
ChamoisclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
BouldersclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Federation - upperclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Sun ValleyclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
PlaygroundclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Canyon TrailclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Federation - lowerclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Men's DownhillclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Summit
Fanny's FinishclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Summit BlackclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
ChuteclosedGroomedNo Snowmaking
Fast OneclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Summit SlideclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
SummitclosedGroomedNo Snowmaking
HowquaclosedGroomedNo Snowmaking
McLaughlin's ShoulderclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
SCV Hut RunclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
Slalom GullyclosedNot GroomedNo Snowmaking
  • Mt Buller Season Wrap 2014

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  • Mt Buller GoPro Snow Report 27th Sept 2014

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Cross Country
Cross Country Trails Last Groomed 28/7/2014

Updated: 08:15 29/09/2014

Trail Status Grooming Date Groomed
Village TrailClosedNoneNA
Quarry TrailClosedNoneNA
Buller to StirlingClosedNoneNA

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      CarveMan
      30/9/14 - 12:37am
      OK time to lock & unstick this baby. Thanks for a great 2014 and roll on 2015. See you in the banter thread!
      Dos
      30/9/14 - 12:35am
      I didn't skii or snowboard much during August and September because we had so much to do about the new business venture I mentioned some months back -- after months of frustrations, we've finally started it :D Totally I had 23 or 24 days on the hill with some exceptionally great new skiing experiences. My skiing is still as bad as ever, but I've had a great season.
      travelislife
      29/9/14 - 3:48pm
      Disappointing we don't have skiflat's graphs any more, they were really good. I think I have the last one he did which covered about 10 years. Had some great days up there this year!
      Whiteman
      29/9/14 - 3:42pm
      ^^^ Yep, I scoffed a few of those down.
      mx_boarder
      29/9/14 - 3:12pm
      The only stats I keep relate to mini donut consumption.
      djam
      29/9/14 - 12:54pm
      my 2014 ski stats: Distance traveled ~1800 kms Vertical 180kms max in a day ~91kms, 9k vertical
      DbSki
      29/9/14 - 10:54am
      2014 Buller was Better Short but sweet.
      Whiteman
      29/9/14 - 10:51am
      Yes, like all the way down Standard for example.
      CarveMan
      29/9/14 - 10:15am
      I've gotta say, not that I would ever wish the snow away, but it's quite novel to be at work on a Monday morning and not be exhausted!!! A great season was enjoyed by all - we had some fantastic conditions and the mountain over-delivered on my personal requirement of 8 weekends with solid off-piste skiing available. I went through my scans on the Buller Holidays app - 26 days, and I rode Bull Run Chair over 60 times. That's a win. The weather really co-operated on the weekends too - by Australian standards it was pretty bloody good and there were no weekend days that were write-offs due to wind hold etc. All in all it was a fantastic winter. I'll lock this thread later today - we can then retire to the banter thread or someone can start a Summer Development thread if there's anything worth talking about. The lift company has a reliable track record of re-investment following profitable winters so hopefully this year is no exception. I'm really looking forward to seeing some snowmaking expansion in the near future.
      rime noreason
      29/9/14 - 9:23am
      Quoting djam: well that's it, 2014 winter done and dusted. Plenty of lifts running today, blue skies and windy from around midday on. Unfortunately the snow was soft, even first thing :( but I still had a few hours of fun. Followed by my first MTB ride post Winter, a quick lap down Gang Gangs and back up the road, as the Split Rock return had too much snow still on it. (south facing). I need to take a rake out to Gang Gangs yet. All in all, a good year, some awesome skiing on the back of the two earlier great falls. We all come here for fun, and most the time Buller delivers. One family earlier this year came here for some snow fun, only to have it end in tragedy, when their young son died playing just outside their accommodation. I can't for one minute understand how that would effect me. One can only hope his family and friends can recover from losing a young child. The snow has lots of dangers that are not widely known in a country which for the most part is without snow. If you have friends at or coming to the snow, try to pass on your knowledge of things to look out for. How to drive in the snow, even clothing to wear etc. RIP, young child, you will not be forgotten
      djam, only a few days after that tragedy, I caught a taxi which happened to be driven by a close friend of the family. I was told some family history, and for their own personal reasons their littlest boy was possibly treasured for even more reasons than most; he was truly a gift. The effect on the parents and siblings was significant, and one that will always impact them. I sat in the back totally heartbroken. I won't ever forget this little boy, or his family.
      rime noreason
      29/9/14 - 9:18am
      Quoting weerab: I "donated" 3 cases of beer to the local CFA to burn off a heap of dead blackberry canes. Unfortunately the fire just charred the damned things and I had to pull them out by hand. Anyway, it was a good cause and the guys got some extra practice.
      Love eating the berries, but the shrubs are the cockroaches of the plant world, ie, would still be in perfect nick after nuking them.
      rime noreason
      29/9/14 - 9:13am
      Quoting CarveMan: Just a quick update on Al - after a week of good progress and successful surgeries to all his extremities, he has begun to regain consciousness. Still a long road ahead of him but this is very positive news given the prognosis from the medical professionals on the scene on Saturday. Keep the well wishes and the positive vibes coming.
      Thanks for updating . I've been thinking of him each day and had been hoping for positive news. Great to hear! Sounds like he's putting as much determination and effort into his recovery as he's put into his skiing. Excellent work, Alistair!
      Amelia1810
      28/9/14 - 8:25pm
      Was doing timelapse's for Falls and did one for Buller of everyone's most avoided run... Enjoy ;) Bourke St -
      mx_boarder
      28/9/14 - 6:28pm
      Well said. It's been a few weeks since I was last up, but the early-mid part of the season delivered in spades. Any season that allows you to casually ride the Tirol T for weeks on end gets a massive tick from me! 2014 saw plenty of quality skiing and socialising with all of the usual suspects, and lots of new faces. Good times. Now - bring on Summer and a few MTB weekends.
      djam
      28/9/14 - 5:26pm
      well that's it, 2014 winter done and dusted. Plenty of lifts running today, blue skies and windy from around midday on. Unfortunately the snow was soft, even first thing :( but I still had a few hours of fun. Followed by my first MTB ride post Winter, a quick lap down Gang Gangs and back up the road, as the Split Rock return had too much snow still on it. (south facing). I need to take a rake out to Gang Gangs yet. All in all, a good year, some awesome skiing on the back of the two earlier great falls. We all come here for fun, and most the time Buller delivers. One family earlier this year came here for some snow fun, only to have it end in tragedy, when their young son died playing just outside their accommodation. I can't for one minute understand how that would effect me. One can only hope his family and friends can recover from losing a young child. The snow has lots of dangers that are not widely known in a country which for the most part is without snow. If you have friends at or coming to the snow, try to pass on your knowledge of things to look out for. How to drive in the snow, even clothing to wear etc. RIP, young child, you will not be forgotten
      weerab
      26/9/14 - 6:50pm
      Great news and fantastic pic, looks like a gun skier (obviously).
      CarveMan
      26/9/14 - 5:59pm
      Just a quick update on Al - after a week of good progress and successful surgeries to all his extremities, he has begun to regain consciousness. Still a long road ahead of him but this is very positive news given the prognosis from the medical professionals on the scene on Saturday. Keep the well wishes and the positive vibes coming.
      weerab
      26/9/14 - 11:29am
      I "donated" 3 cases of beer to the local CFA to burn off a heap of dead blackberry canes. Unfortunately the fire just charred the damned things and I had to pull them out by hand. Anyway, it was a good cause and the guys got some extra practice.
      rime noreason
      26/9/14 - 10:07am
      Quoting CarveMan: That's the standard 'thank you' or 'mea culpa' practice with Ski Patrol ;)
      Good way to say thanks for quite a few services. The Fire Dept is another :thumbs:
      DbSki
      25/9/14 - 12:13pm
      Quoting CarveMan: That's the standard 'thank you' or 'mea culpa' practice with Ski Patrol ;)
      It also gets jobs done sooner in the metal and motor trades.

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