Snow Report

Mt Buller Tertiary Tuesday

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Featured, Mansfield Ski Hire, Mt Buller Snow Report, Mt. Buller Ski Hire | 0 comments

Tertiary Tuesday Deals

Mt Buller Tertiary Tuesday

Take advantage of our Mt Buller Tertiary Discounts, Every Tuesday throughout the season you can get Ski Hire and Snowboard Hire for only $30. Any other hire you’ll receive 10% off and any other day of the week 10% off all of our regular hire prices.

You must provide Valid Uni ID Card.

Our rates are very competitive and we offer the latest equipment. If your heading to Mt Buller drop in to our shop in Mansfield.

Check out our Retail shop, stocking Yuki Threads, Dakine, Quiksilver, Roxy, Lib Tech, Mons Royale, Dynastar, Giro, Dragon, Anon and more.

Bring Your Mates

Last Shop On The Left

C U Next Tuesday…………………………………………

Mt Buller ski / snowboard sale

Tertiary Tuesday

 

Mt Stirling Backcountry

Posted by on Aug 14, 2014 in Featured, Mansfield Ski Hire, Mt Buller Snow Report | 0 comments

Mt Stirling Backcountry

 

 

 

Mt Stirling Backcountry

 

The crew from Ski Chute 4 Mansfield ski hire headed up to Mt Stirling Backcountry to test out the Latest 4Frnt Demo Range they have to offer.

With fresh snow and great guides the day was put down as a real Slash Nation experience .

Skis that were tested where the

Devastator

Gaucho

Raven

Madonna

https://youtu.be/wAdZB6jTQIY 

 

Mt Buller snow report

Posted by on Aug 13, 2013 in Featured, Mt Buller Snow Report, Mt Buller Weather | 0 comments

Mt Buller snow reportMount Buller Snow StormIt's Snowing on Mt Buller

Wednesday 14th August

 

Today we heading for a top of 2.

Wind will increase in the morning with rain ,then snow in the afternoon.

No new snow over night

19 lifts open today

Snow depth 73cm

 

Next week looks like the pick with a load of snow coming on the weekend.

2wd are required to carry snow chains today

4wd are not required to carry snow chains today.

Mt Buller Snow Report

Posted by on Aug 12, 2013 in Featured, Mt Buller Snow Report | 0 comments

Mt Buller Snow ReportIt's Snowing on Mt Buller

 

Tuesday 13th of August

 

13 cm of new snow last night

more snow forecast for the rest of the week.

 

13 lifts open

average depth 77cm

 

2WD & 4WD are required to carry snow chains today

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Mt Buller Snow Report

Posted by on Aug 8, 2013 in Featured, Mansfield Ski Hire, Mt Buller Snow Report | 0 comments

Mt Buller Snow Report

Mt Buller Snow ReportIt's Snowing on Mt BullerMount Buller Snow Report Windy

 

Friday 9th of August

Today will be windy with snow showers

20 lifts expecting to open today

The next week we are looking at snow showers to continue that should have near all of the mountain open by the end of the week.

 

2WD and 4WD are required to carry snow chains today.

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Mt Buller snow report Monday 29th of July 2013

Posted by on Jul 28, 2013 in Mansfield Ski Hire, Mt Buller Snow Report | 0 comments

Mt Buller Snow Report Monday 29th of July

Rain and wind today chance of light snow tomorrow.

Wednesday and Thursday Sunny and Snow Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

24hr snowfall 0cm
Lifts open 13
Man made area 38cm
Natural 20cm
Min Temp 2
Max temp 5

Chain regulations
2WD No
4WD No

A Beginners Guide To Clothing You Need For Skiing Mt Buller

Posted by on Jul 4, 2013 in Mt Buller Weather, Mt. Buller Ski Hire | 0 comments

The weather up in the mountains can be quite unpredictable. The moment you get out of the place where you are lodging, the sun is up, bright and shiny. A few minutes later, it’s a completely different story. As such, it is essential to be prepared for these sudden changes and have the right type of clothing before skiing Mount Buller. Your goal is to ensure that you are warm and comfy no matter what the conditions are up there.

Ideally, the type of clothing you should wear must provide warmth without impeding movement. Also, it is better to layer on clothes and accessories instead of opting for bulky wardrobe. Here are some of the specialised types of clothing you will be needing to have an enjoyable time skiing up the mountains.

Beanies or Hats

Studies have shown that 30% of body heat is lost through a person’s head. As such, it makes perfect sense to bring a hat, no matter what the weather condition is.

skiing helmets at skichute4Helmet

Helmets serve a dual purpose: to provide protection against injuries like bumps and falls and to give warmth. Whether you are buying, borrowing or renting one out, make sure that the helmet fits snugly on your head. Also, make sure that its face opening fits the goggles or other eyewear that you will be using.

Goggles and sunglasses

These eyewear pieces will provide protection for your eyes against the strong winds and against the ultraviolet rays which bounce off the snow.

Thermal bodysuit, pants and shirts

Aside from being your first layer of defence against the cold weather, these articles of clothing can help draw moisture away from your body towards your other clothing.

Ski jacket

In choosing a ski jacket, make sure that it can provide the warmth you need while at the same time being light and weather-proof. It’s a big plus if it has multiple pockets to help you carry other essential gear that you need.

ski pants at skichute4Ski pants

The same criteria apply to choosing ski pants. Just make sure that the cuffs are wide enough to accommodate your snowboard boots or skis.

Gloves and socks

For gloves make sure you choose a pair that is both warm and water resistant, there is nothing worse than having cold, wet hands all day. Gloves should have elastic around the wrist to prevent snow getting into them and try to get the best finger movement that you can without compromising on warmth and water resistance. As for socks, go for a pair of explorers or similar thick woollen socks, but make sure you wear them when fitting your boots

Now, you do not need to bring all of these clothing items with you. You can either hire your ski gear on the day or buy your own clothes and boots at Ski Chute 4. They provide a guarantee that all hire clothing is 10,000mm waterproof and 10,000mm breathable and have been treated with Nikwax Tech Wash/TX Direct.

Flux snowboard binding

Posted by on Jun 21, 2013 in Mansfield Ski Hire News, Mt. Buller Ski Hire | 0 comments

Ski Chute 4  Demo Flux Snowboard binding

 

At the chute we have The Flux R30,TT30 and GU15 for demo

GENETIC BASE ( TT30 , RK30 )

The Genetic Base represents a fusion of science and rider driven feedback.

To maximize performance and comfort, this base is informed

by extensive studies of the form and movements of the foot.

The inner portions of the baseplate are thinner than the outer to create a responsive

binding that allows you to better feel your board

F-TECH ASYM HIGHBACK | NEW ( TT30 , RK30 )

The asymmetrical F-Tech Highbacks provide a soft outer flex that allows you to press

your boardslides to their fullest and a firmer inside flex to better transfer power. For a

more responsive freeriding setup, you can simply switch the highbacks with one

another. The symmetrical forward lean adjusters ensure that no matter how you rock

your highbacks, your power will go directly to your board. This highback utilizes a

forward lean adjustment system that does not rely on traditional forward lean

adjusters. The forward lean is customized in the contact points, thus making it

possible for the highback to sit seamlessly in the heelcup of the base plate.

This system provides a gapless fit between the highback and the basplate,

giving the rider direct power transfer with every turn and carve.

To maximize flexibility for lapping the park or sessioning rails,

the RK30 is crafted from a high-tech urethane blend

LOW PROFILE RATCHET BUCKLE
TT30 , RK30  , GU15 ,)

The three dimensional shape of the F-Tech 3D Fit strap provides an excellent

fit free of pressure points. It can manhandle the entire mountain

F-TECH 3D FIT STRAP
TT30 , RK30 , GU15  )

The three dimensional shape of the F-Tech 3D Fit strap provides an excellent

fit free of pressure points. It can manhandle the entire mountain.

Mt Buller Snow Report Friday 6th of June

Posted by on Jun 20, 2013 in Mt Buller Snow Report | 0 comments

Mt Buller Snow Report

Friday 6th of June 2013

 

A fantastic day up on the mountain today.

 

Snow guns blazing over night has got the cover up to 35cm.

Wombat ,Holden express and Skyline are expected to be open tomorrow with Lift ticket prices will be $77.

There are a few rails on Bourke Street to test your skills.

Get up there and get into it.

 

Lifts open 2

Average manmade 35cm

Last 24hr 0cm

Natural 10cm