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: Roger C
: April 10-13 2009 (Easter weekend)
: Family trip: Mrs C, Baby C (14 months old) and I with Mrs C's sister and her husband (
: BA flight from Heathrow T5 to Zurich then easy train transfer and gondola up from valley floor
total transfer time about 2.5 hrs
: A few t bars but mostly fast chairs including Switzerland's only 8 man chairlift!
: Nice intermediate cruising, nearly all blues and reds, nothing very difficult
: Piste grooming was great and they were doing a good job of keeping even lower runs open in the mid april sunshine
As well as the skiing we really enjoyed the mountain walks which are also pisted and shown on the piste map
: looked like some easy to acces stuff near the pistes, bowl above Prodalp looked like it would be great fun in fresh pow
: Resort split into two villages, Tannenheim (lower) and Tannenboden (higher), about 30 mins walk between them but hourly or so buses in the daytime. Not a place to go for a big night out but a few bars/restos
: We had a fantastic meal in the Hotel Tannenboden one night and good fun cooking our own meat one night at our hotel on hot stones
: Hotel Siesta, very friendly/welcoming and ideal if you have kids. They have a dedicated playroom and each morning put out a high chair and bowl/bib etc for Baby C's breakfast. At the end of the weekend they dropped us off at the gondola station with their minibus. I would recommend this hotel if you decide to visit Flumserberg
: We had adjoinging rooms with a shared bathroom and balcony which was perfect for us. Over this peak weekend it worked out at about ¬£80 per night for a double room B&B. V.good value
: A great very family friendly small resort with easy reach of Zurich airport
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