At 1,760 metres above sea level, Charlotte Pass is Australia's highest village. During the winter, the resort town is only accessible via over-snow transport. The ski-in, ski-out terrain allows only a limited number of guests in the village at any time, meaning no crowds and no long queues during the ski season. Gentle slopes are available for beginners, with intermediate terrain, challenging advanced runs, and cross-country trails also on offer. Charlotte Pass lookout and boardwalk are accessible during the summer months by car.