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St. Anton am Arlberg Attractions: What to do in St. Anton am Arlberg
"Spent 5 days in St Anton in March.Skiing was excellent, with new snow just about every day. If you like off-piste powder skiing then this is the place for you. If you stay close to the groomed trails, you can safely ski off-piste without a guide. The blue, red and even some of the black runs seem to..." about the same to me and any good intermediate skier can tackle just about the entirety of the area, especially if your used to skiing the Rockies. Highly recommended is skiing on Rendl for the off-piste powder and the sunshine. It it's sunny, stop at Ulmer Hutte for lunch at the top of the Valfagehrbahn chair. Take a trip to Lech by bus for the day...the skiing is wide open and fun (cruisers delight). Stop at the Rud-Alpe for lunch and to soak up some rays. Finally, if time permits, try the skiing at Stuben. The red runs are wide boulevards for those who like cruisers. Lift network is very efficient and I only saw a lift line once...most of the time you could ski till you dropped.There is...
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"I liked the place, the hotel, the snow and the skiing. The weather was all kind but that is normal for april. We had both sun, snow, fog and a little rain. We went to Grieswirt for dinner and the food was excellent there."
"If you only ski greens and blues in the US, you're going to have a bad time here. While many people here complain of the grooming, they do groom all the marked runs every night. However, because of the soft snow, all the runs get skied out by 1-2pm, and even the "home run" blue runs are chopped up w..."ith 6-12" moguls. If you are unable to follow the S-turns thru the moguls, it will be nearly impossible for you to get down to the bottom.
However, if you are able to handle black diamond runs, this place is heaven. Red and Black runs from top to bottom, and off-piste areas to make a powder-hound drool. Even if you are an expert, you may wish to consider a guide if you plan to go off the marked runs; there is death waiting just about everywhere. If you don't have a guide, stick to where you see ski tracks. If an area is untouched, there's probably a very good reason for it being that way.
Note: Nearly 99% of skiers on the mountain are wearing helmets. In addition, I would estimate half...
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