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Overall: *47 / 60
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      Perisher Blue is home to the largest terrain for advanced skiers in Australia!

      Perisher Blue is not a very demanding ski resort. Slopes at the adjacent Thredbo resort are often steeper and above all longer than the runs at Perisher Blue. Nevertheless Perisher is the first choice for good skiers due to an ideal blend of easy runs (22 %) like Copperhead Road or Pretty Valley Run (have a look at the trail map) and 60% intermediate terrain which mainly can be found around Mt Perisher (2054 m). For all winter athletes who are strong of leg, lung and courage we recommend the black marked runs “Kamikaze” and “The Rock Garden”. In the case of good snow coverage you can even find pretty good off-piste terrain at “Devil´s Playground” (see the trail map).

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