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Beginner 8 / 10
Overall: *47 / 60
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      Back Perisher Mtn features the best easy slopes at Perisher Blue!

      The Perisher Blue skiing-area covers seven mountain peaks. We recommend all beginners to start the day either at Smiggins Alpine Village or on the slopes of the 2014m high Back Perisher Mtn. The slopes above Smiggins are rather short and gentle and hence are the perfect terrain for beginners. Furthermore you can find a great array of easy runs at Back Perisher Mtn, which links the slopes at Guthega Peak (1924 m) and Mt. Perisher (2054 m). Another possibility is to take your first steps on skis or snowboard with the help of ski instructors. For any offers or enquiries just visit the “Snowsports School”, which can be found either at Perisher Centre in Perisher Valley, Blue Cow Terminal or Smiggins Hotel.

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