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Flachau any good for hardcore snow pigs?

 Poster: A snowHead
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Generally the older, slower, and less efficient the lift, the less tracked out the surrounding terrain:

my son and nephew, both good boarders, had their best powder day ever in Les Saisies, riding a short steep drag lift serving 2 reds and a black and lots of stuff in between. All unpisted after a heavy snow fall. A little group of about 8 boarders had it to themselves all day. My son has done seasons in the Espace Killy and the 3V and said it would have been tracked out fast in those areas - as it was, they were finding fresh lines all day.

They were catatonic with exhaustion in the evening.Laughing

That lift has been replaced with a chair now - not an improvement, in the view of most locals. wink
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person

Snowsartre wrote:
@motig, skied Flachau and Zauchensee in early March 2013 admittedly snow was not great but found the former very crowded and the latter very limited. Would advise against. How about St Anton?

Snowsartre You need to think about hooking up with some 's if you ever dare visit the restricted and limiting areas of Salzburger Sportwelt again.... 10th season for me just around the corner and there are still plenty of lines available in Zauch!
How did you find it when you hit the world cup downhill run? Get as much air as the pros?

Literally laughed out loud!
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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?
Shhhh... we don't want more people entering our Zauch forests... keep 'em in the FW jump park 10m's in the air.
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