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Kitzbuhl Ski School & Guiding Recommendations

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Just booked for Kitzbuhl for Christmas 2005 - hopefully we'll have some snow early next season.

Some friends are joining us who've only one week under their belts so can anyone recommend a ski school. I know that Kitzbuhl is probably not the best resort for beginners but they'll be doing plenty of dry-slope instruction at Swadlincote & some Xscape Castleford sessions before they go.

I'm also interested in recommendations for advanced/intermediate lessons & guiding for myself & Deb.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Providing that your friends have made decent progress in their one week, Kitzbuhel should be great for them. There are very few hard runs, and you can get about all over the place on blues and easy reds. The new 3S lifts makes a trip up to Jochberg perfectly feasible for them, and every piste seems to have a pub on it. It's also very pretty. What more could they want?

Sorry, I have no experience of the ski schools. The GSG mentions good reports of the Rote Teufel school.
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