This gallery has a collection of pictures taken from a number of ski trips and winter scenes taken mainly in the Kosciuszko National Park in NSW.
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Our American friend was introduced to the delights of Australian
Kate, the ultimate ski junkie showing her style near Alice Rawson Peak.
It looks like we could be floating above clouds.
When you ski across the lake you appreciate the grandness.
A satisfying sight! (Sadly I can't claim authorship)
The Craggs are known for their wonderful cornices.
Moody looking Mt Tate towards the end of a long day trip.
I liked the texture formed on Guthega Dam.
Looking into the source of Leatherbarrel Creek.
Wind and ice blasted rocks near Mt Kosciusko.
Yes, there is someone skiing in there on the slopes of Mt Kosciusko.
Right at the edge of the Main Range looking south.
A minor heat wave in August 1995 made most cornices collapse.
On top of the peak after a thigh deep wade through the soft snow.
What goes up, must come down.
Just below Ramshead after a storm.
Making the first tracks after the storm.
The errie finger reach down to grab you!
No prizes for guessing the height of the pass.
There are some places even a Peugot has trouble getting to.
Nothing can be more beautiful than to be out sking when the weather clears
after a snowstorm.
Early morning with the fresh snow covering the vegetation.
Snow splattered rock from the high winds. Brrrr!
I think there's enough ice for a Martini