Bellendena Ski Club was founded in 1975. It boasts accommodation for up to 50 people, including two family rooms, a large living/dining area with a central wood fire and double kitchen and a dry room for the winter months. Ben Lomond is without mains power and to combat this, the club has installed a full solar lighting system throughout and hot water is provided by the wood fire.
The lodge is nestled on the lower side of the village street and overlooks the valley south to Fingal and North to Jacobs Ladder. In summer the mountain is full of wildlife including wallabies, wombats and rare quolls whilst flora summer flowers appear across the national park. In winter come and see an snowy wonderland which is always fun for people of all ages.
Relax by the fire with a good book, explore the thousands of hectares of the national park on foot or tackle the slopes and all this is only a short trip from Launceston.