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Web Site Interest

By   /  August 5, 2020  /  2 Comments

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With all the snow around and the promise of good skiing and boarding to come, the Southern Tasmanian Ski Association’s web site mtmawson.info is receiving a lot of traffic.

Yesterday’s (Wed 4th Aug.) views topped out at 4,040. That comprises 1,650 unique visitors. Below is a break down of what our users are looking at. While the cams are the big drawcard at 2,919 views – the remaining 1,121 views are perusing information about the mountain.

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Bishwa Oakes

Editor in Chief - Website Wrangler

I've been involved with Mt Mawson since 1990 as a volunteer and I'm a member of the Oldina Ski club. I'm into skiing, a bit of snow boarding, snow shoeing and I'm partial to taking the odd photo.

2 Comments

  1. Gary Young says:

    We visited Mt Mawson in september last year (2019), and just thankfully got to see some of the white stuff, before it was to disappear just a week later? Being residents of Far North Queensland, we do not see snow, maybe occasional frost on the tablelands, but that is as cold as it gets.
    I watch your snow cam quite often, to see the snow falls, and the latest falls are impressive, if not a bit late in coming this year? I only wish my family and I could visit again, as I loved Tasmania (our first time to the little green island). Damn Covid19 to hell, I don’t know when we will ever be able to visit again?? Keep up the good work, and have fun in snow.

    • Bishwa Oakes Bishwa Oakes says:

      Hi Gary, glad the cams can bring you a little joy at least in these times. Yes the snow is a bit later this year, but that’s not too unusual, August is really when winter kicks in properly here. I hope you do make it down again sometime.

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