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.
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.
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.