Roads to Mount Canobolas have re-opened a week after Orange saw the biggest snow fall in about 40 years.
Cabonne Council announced on Thursday morning the access roads were now clear for traffic.
Other areas of the region have been hit by major damage to trees from the snowfall which has restricted access to gardens, parks and roads.
Cabonne Council also said it had also received reports on Thursday morning of fallen trees over the road on Lower Lewis Ponds Road, through to Gowan Road and on Ophir Road.
"Staff are currently clearing Lower Lewis Ponds Road and will move to Ophir Road once the road has been made safe," it said.
Last Thursday Orange was blanketed in snow which fell for about 12 hours.
However the snow also caused power outages, closed roads, the Orange Regional Airport, Cook Park and the Botanic Gardens, disrupted schools and brought down tree branches.
The snow was about 11 centimetres deep across parks, gardens and car roofs leading to a rush by residents and families from out of town to build snowmen and have snowball fights in parks and gardens around Orange.
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