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2019 Group Long Weekend

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Any suggestions of who to use for a long weekend trip to Austria? We have done PdS for the last 3 years with Ski Weekends and IGOSKI. The latter have been very good both times but only offer France and we are wanting to do Saalbach or St Anton or similar.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Is there some reason you need a TO? Why not book your own flights and, if someone in your group drives, it's easy enough to hire a car to get yourselves to your prebooked AirBnB with free parking! Failing that, I've found public transport in Austria to be extremely efficient.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
There are some very handy Stansted flights being offered by Eurowings to Salzburg.
Late Friday out and late back on Mon/Tues.

If you are after a full on aprés based weekend then certainly Flachau, Saalbach and St.Anton will fit the bill.
You'll spend a bit of time on transfers to St.Anton but Saalbach is just over an hour and Flachau is about 45 minutes.

If getting on the snow is your main focus then anywhere within Ski Amadé (.....shameless punt for my place coming up....) especially Radstadt wink will serve you perfectly!

Public transport is pretty easy, or transfers from €50 return or even hire a mpv.
Once here there are easy ways to and from the slopes using the ski bus or free parking if you fancy having a set of wheels with you.

Booking independent accommodation is easy over the online booking sites or just searching for BnB's in the vicinity you fancy staying.

You could piece this together really easily, no need for a TO.

Good luck!!
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