Wind Acros the Snow
The High Country of NSW, Australia is dawning a winters day with snow laying thick and shimmering over everything in sight. This is where you find Mt Kosciuszko, our tallest peak snug alongside our next ten tallest peaks and breathtaking scenery every direction you look.
Perisher Valley has its roots in the early pioneer days, when graziers used the surrounding valleys for summer pasture. The name Perisher is steeped in mystery, the myths surrounding its origin stem from the graziers attempting to rescue livestock trapped in the high country. Braving the full force of the blizzard as they crested The Gap, the feeling among the graziers were - "This is truly a perisher!"