Nestled within Crackenback Valley along the Alpine Way, Eeski lies halfway between Thredbo Village and Jindabyne. As the first ski lodge built on Wollondibby Rd, Eeski has long been an escape for many Estonians and their friends into the rural and rugged Snowy Mountains. Neighbouring local attractions such as Wildbrumby Schnapps Distillery, Crackenback Farm and Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa, as well as the spectacular Kosciuszko National Park offer activities and attractions year-round.

The Skitube operates from nearby Bullocks Flat Terminal allowing quick, convenient access to Perisher Valley and Blue Cow throughout the ski season.



With an altitude above 1100m, the subalpine ecosystem around Eeski Lodge has a unique climate and geography, dominated by powerful snow gums, inland scribbly gums, alpine ash and black sallee to name a few. The Australian Alps, despite its inhospitability, remains a temperamental and fragile landscape.


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