Dinner Plain has now opened the Cobungra Platter slope for skiing and snowboarding for season 2021.
A week of ideal snow conditions has seen the alpine village record 15cm of natural snow plus an additional 30cm of manmade snow in snowmaking areas. These conditions have allowed the alpine village to open its terrain for skiing and snowboarding, uplifting via the slope’s all-age Cobungra Platter Poma.
Skiing and Snowboarding will be offered every morning from 9:00am to 1:00pm on Cobungra Platter before the slope transitions to free tobogganing sessions every afternoon from 1:30pm.
This week’s opening of skiing and snowboarding will be the first time at Dinner Plain since 2019, after the 2020 snow season was heavily impacted by COVID-19 restrictions. Dinner Plain expects the opening of skiing and snowboarding to be popular with both regular visitors and those new to the snow.
Cobungra Platter offers ideal terrain for beginner skiing and snowboarding with 1hr private lessons available on the green-rated slope. In addition to afternoon tobogganing on Cobungra Platter, the village offers a second toboggan slope, 35km of groomed cross country ski trails, sled dog tours and guided cross country ski and snowshoe tours.