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St Anton Snowboard Lessons

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi Guys,

im going on holiday with 4 of my friends in two weeks to St Anton, CANT WAIT!
anyway, me and another guy can snowboard fairly well, and we are going to try and teach the other three ourselves, but want to book two lessons for them on the Monday or Tuesday. We dont want to use the St Anton Ski School as i think they only do week long lesson blocks. Does anyone know of any shops that will do just maybe one or two lessons in the morning, and what the names of these places are??

Can i also get some feedback from you guys - Helmets and snowboarding, i have just got myself one.. anyone think this is a good idea? who else here wears one??


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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
There's a shop called Snowboarders Paradise you might try. Can't remember the manager's name though.

Also, if you go into the Jennewein hire shop opposite the Galzigbahn cablecar there are two guys Mario (thin beard, piercings) and Simon (tall and skinny) in the snowboard hire section upstairs. Simon is a local (ie born in St Anton I believe). He may be a good guy to ask.

There are two schools, Arlberg and St Anton. I'd be surprised if you couldn't get private lessons.

Helmets - wouldn't do without mine.
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