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Saalbach - Hinterglemm - Leogang - Fieberbrunn 2020/21 Official Unofficial Thread

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radar wrote:
A bit unreal Saalbach is going to host a World Cup race

“The Alpine Ski World Cup in Saalbach! From March 5th to 7th 2021, the Audi FIS Ski World Cup Men's Downhills & Super-G will take place on the legendary World Cup course on the Zwölferkogel, which will also host the races of the Alpine World Ski Championships 2025. Two downhill races are scheduled for March 5th and 6th, followed by the Super-G on March 7th”


I was fortunate enough to watch the World Cup Downhill in Saalbach last year, after it was switched from China.


http://youtube.com/v/qXWwNF3YzAA
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
just made the mistake of checking out the webcams , depression well set in now
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Spring has arrived! Best skiing today was top to bottom of the Zwölferkogel, and the top half of the Asitz.
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As well as the skiing I am missing the Chicken man!
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Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
@radar, indeed, although it has to be said that combining a late lunch with après-ski 2021-style seems to involve quite good food, good, cold beer, better music, and much, much less expense.
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The Freeride World from Fieberbrunn is on YouTube
http://youtube.com/v/cawlwwpj5A4, you can pick out some lines for next season Toofy Grin
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 After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Bloody strange weather this ski season. During much of February and early March it was an early spring. We were sunbathing in tee-shirts and shorts, and our lawn was green - as were the south-facing non-pisted slopes. Now it’s like deepest winter again. It hasn’t stopped snowing for three days, and we feel “snowed in”. Late March may well turn out to have the best skiing conditions!
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Well, it’s still snowing! 150cm on upper slopes; 70cm on lower slopes. Temp last night -11.
It’s been a topsy-turvy season for snow. Hardly any fresh snow and spring weather throughout the mid-season, and now a week of cold weather, pretty continuous snowfall, and a powder paradise in late season.
So much for all those requests for advice on when is best to go, and the standard responses to such requests.
Today is the last day for Schattberg and Zwölferkogel sectors. Next weekend only Schönleiten and Leogang will be accessible.
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tatmanstours wrote:
Well, it’s still snowing! 150cm on upper slopes; 70cm on lower slopes. Temp last night -11.
It’s been a topsy-turvy season for snow. Hardly any fresh snow and spring weather throughout the mid-season, and now a week of cold weather, pretty continuous snowfall, and a powder paradise in late season.
So much for all those requests for advice on when is best to go, and the standard responses to such requests.
Today is the last day for Schattberg and Zwölferkogel sectors. Next weekend only Schönleiten and Leogang will be accessible.

Seems as if you are almost saying if any season had to be missed maybe this one as choosing the right week could have been in the lap of the gods.Now the season is coming to an end we just have to hope we can all get back on the slope next year cos weve sure missed our return to saalbach . I know some folk are booking up for next year already but its a long way off and without a solid cancellation policy as we self drive and the politicking and roll out going on re vaccines think we might just hang on till later though am tempted to just book accommodation but as yet not all places are taking bookings and not sure there will be a huge demand until the summer hol period has been and gone plus as we will effectively be a couple of years older who knows
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SKI REPORT for the last day of the Saalbach 2020/21 ski season (Easter Monday 05/04/21):

I’m ashamed to say that we didn’t get out until 1.30pm, due to my faffing and companion’s heavy night. However it was definitely worthwhile and we enjoyed every minute. Despite the temperature warming up from freezing to 12c in the afternoon, the pistes held up well, mainly I suppose because hardly anyone was on them (despite it being a public holiday).

We went up Schattberg, then down the 7km blue 2/2a to Jausern, then up the Schönleitenbahn.
Best piste of the day was 165 on Kohlmais - sublime, so we did it twice, catching the gondola at mid-station two minutes before it closed.

The final 6km run down the Kohlmais back to Saalbach was a bitter-sweet experience, as always when it’s the last run of the last day. However our skis were running well on enjoyable corn snow most of the way down, and most importantly we encountered none of the sticky stuff that all skiers hate.

The very last bit of our run down was of course over the Saalbach nursery slopes, which again I’m glad to say were still in surprisingly good condition, given the very mild temperature. It’s always nice to finish on a high.

It’s amazing how often winter returns immediately after the resort closes for skiing, and this year is no exception. Currently (00.30am) it’s -3c outside and snowing, dropping to -6c by 6.00am. Tomorrow’s daytime temperatures are forecast to be -2 to -4c, and we’re expecting a significant amount of new snow over the next two or three days, which will of course be absolutely no use to us. Happily the Kitzsteinhorn glacier at Kaprun is only 25 minutes drive away and is available to us until our season passes expire in May.
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And love to help out and answer questions and of course, read each other's snow reports.
@tatmanstours, Thanks for the updates, now when are you opening the 21/22 thread? We desperately need something to look forward to, just 277 sleeps for me Very Happy
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 So if you're just off somewhere snowy come back and post a snow report of your own and we'll all love you very much
So if you're just off somewhere snowy come back and post a snow report of your own and we'll all love you very much
@gandie, I see no reason not to continue this thread until after the summer tourist season, and then open a new one on 1st September, like last year.
It’s snowing pretty heavily today, by the way, so I’m glad that I didn’t get carried away and change winter tyres for summer ones. Winter hasn’t finished with us yet!
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 You know it makes sense.
You know it makes sense.
tatmanstours wrote:

It’s snowing pretty heavily today, by the way, so I’m glad that I didn’t get carried away and change winter tyres for summer ones. Winter hasn’t finished with us yet!


No, it bloody hasn’t Laughing

BTW, Winter tyres...14th April is the general change over date AFAIK.
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Otherwise you'll just go on seeing the one name:
@Cacciatore, yes, I looked it up - for once in my life I’m getting ahead of myself!
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