Ajays Snow Country Sports
115 Canterbury Rd
Heathmont Vic 3135
(03) 9720 4647

Eastern Mountain Centre
68 Whitehorse Rd
Deepdene Vic 3103
(03) 9817 1477


 

 Cross Country Skiing


Melbourne's specialist XC stores known for their life long supply of racing gear to touring. From the lightest Fischer skating skis to carbon pro skate boots from Salomon for a spin around Lake Mountain at race pace or a leisurely days touring on the high plains or overnight snow camping on Fischer Boundless with Garmont Excursion boots we've got your XC needs covered. We also sell tents, packs and rainwear for XC and touring use.

Skate: 

From the elite racer seeking the ultimate in performance or for the recreational skier seeking the joy of gliding across a groomed trail we carry an extensive range of skis from Fischer, Atomic and Salamon. For race winning performance team the Salomon S-Lab boot, Salomon Pilot binding and Fischer Carbonlite. See our Rentals page

We sell all this gear at EMC. (Athletes not included)

Classic:

Traditional stride skis for zipping around Lake Mountain or cruising from Hotham to Dinner Plain be it performance or comfort we have all your needs covered. See the new range of Fischer “Nordic Cruising” skis for stability and ease of turning which adds to the enjoyment of the wilderness experience. A lightweight metal edge is available for those who require additional control. See our Rentals page

We look really good in our gear from Ajays

Touring:

Whether it’s travelling large distances from camp to camp or seeking the elusive downhill whiz factor on touring skis nobody does it better. From the Fischer Boundless for endless touring and turning to the Salamon Elite 8 Edge for exploring Mt Baw Baw and St Gwinear  and a wide selection of boots from Scarpa Alpina and Rossignol you need nothing else but your imagination fro a fantastic day in the alps. We also hire tents, clothing and all the gear you will need for a touring expedition. See our Rentals page

Its a long way from here, but it will be worth it when we get to EMC

 

 

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