Taki Ski Club


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About the Club


Thank you for considering Taki for your next holiday.


Who We Are

Taki was built by the first generation of skiers on Mt. Hotham. They are the people who thought it would be a fun idea to apply wax to a piece of hard material, badly strap it to themselves and point straight down a hill.

After doing this for over 40 years, this is Taki.

We welcome all members and their guests. We are not an apartment complex.  We have bunk beds. We encourage families to join us.

We spend our days on the mountain and we spend the rest of the night talking about it.

The community of Taki is the essence of our vision for the club. On any night in the middle of a season you will find the massive dinner table conversation packed with stories and memories of the past day or the past decades. We play games together, we encourage children and we will keep it that way.

We are a year round club. You will find our members and guests enjoying all aspects of Mt. Hotham. Our new website is designed to encourage this. Take a look at our events and come along.

If this kind of holiday is what you had in mind. We welcome you to join us. If it reads like a new experience for you and your family, we welcome you even more to try us.

Lodge Details

The lodge is not a chalet. Electric blankets, televisions, room-service and kitchen staff are not in our thoughts.  There are however, by necessity, safety and courtesy guidelines for the benefit of all.

The lodge has six bunkrooms – 4 standard rooms sleeping 4 in bunks and 2 en-suited rooms sleeping 3 in bunks and one double bed. 

We provide blankets, doonas and pillows, but members and guests are expected to bring their own pillowslips, doona covers, sheets, or sleeping bag.  Doonas are single size, except for one queen size bed in each of the ensuited rooms.  

Taki has a no-smoking policy within the lodge.


Gas cooking, water heaters and drying room heater

Some emergency gas lights at strategic points

Lighting and power


Open fireplace in lounge

CD and tape player in lounge

Kitchen pots, pans, utensils, microwave, coffee plunger, tea towels, dishwasher



There is a wide range of food stored in the basement.  It is provided with the intention of use in moderation by guests but not as total sustenance.  Stocks may run low towards the end of the season so guests should take extra supplies.

Cleaning materials, etc., are all provided.  At all times, members and guests need to take their own supply of fresh fruit, vegetables, meat/fish, milk, eggs, bread and ground coffee.

Wood for the fire is stacked in the basement.



As the club is a co-operative venture, we expect members and guests to clean the lodge before they leave. 

If staying through the week and weekend, please have the lodge clean and tidy for those arriving late on Friday night. 

Normally, a member will be designated Lodge Leader and will assign tasks to residents and fill in the lodge return sheet for the booking secretary.



See you by the fire.