Kalymaro Alpine Sports Club
Kalymaro promoting Alpine Sporting Life for 50 years.
Kalymaro Lodge Co-operative Ltd, its committee and members are committed to promoting and encouraging all forms of alpine sports in the NSW Snowy Mountain region, from skiing and boarding in winter to cycling, mountain biking, hiking, bushwalking and angling in summer.
About Our Club
Situated deep in the snow at North Perisher Valley (NSW, Australia), Kalymaro is a friendly family lodge for the promotion of alpine sports. Ski out in the morning - the most difficult choice of the day is whether to take "The Interceptor", "Telemark T-Bar" or "Pretty Valley Chair". Ski in anytime of day from Blue Cow, Pretty Valley, the Sundeck or wherever you've been on the mountain. Enjoy lunch on the deck as you watch skiers and snowboarders negotiate the descent to Interceptor. Once the lifts close, evenings in the tranquillity of North Perisher are as peaceful (or not) as you choose. If you really want some apres-ski activity, the village is a short oversnow ride away (or slightly longer walk). It's even closer to the Sundeck, and all down hill on the return trip!
Our Club Lodge
Kalymaro's Lodge has 5 twin rooms and 1 triple.
Maximum nightly accommodation is 13 persons (over 6yrs), and this rule is stricly enforced under the the terms of the NPWS lease.
Plenty of blankets and pillows are provided, but you need to bring your own sheets and towels.
4 bathrooms, 5 toilets.
Heating in all rooms.
The kitchen is well equipped with refrigerator, freezer, large oven and cooktop, dishwasher and all crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils. You need to bring all your own food, including salt, pepper, flour, sugar, cooking oil etc. There is a BBQ on the deck.
Cosy lounge area with gas fire, separate from dining area. Spectacular valley views.
Washing machine and dryer are provided.
There is an efficient drying room for storage of equipment overnight.
A sauna to loosen up those muscles after a hard day.
CD Player, Ping pong table, NO TV.
Booking the Lodge
Bookings are accepted from Club Members only. Club Members may invite guests to use the Lodge and are responsible for their booking and stay.