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Stubai/ Neustift

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Hi Guys and Girls,

Just after some advice, we are considering Neustift for a Ski Holiday in February, We have only been skiing once before, a week in Niederau.

Really enjoyed Niederau for a first time ski holiday, but did find it very quiet in terms of Apres.

Am expecting Neustift to be quiet too, But wondered if anyone can tell us about the bars by the Gondola at the Glacier, Any better Apres to be had here? or recommendations, we aren't huge party animals anymore (sob!) just somewhere with a bit of atmosphere for a couple of drinks after a days skiing.

Also, ski school wise, would you recommend lessons on the glacier or at Schlick 2000 at Fulpmes? Im wondering if it may be warmer and quieter at Schlick?

Any other tips greatly received - Thanks in Advance.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
The Umbrella Bar near the car park is exceptional-I've never failed to have a good time there. I can't remember what it's actually called, but you won't struggle to figure out where it is. Might be Alpensporthotel Mutterberg.

I'm not sure how you'd get back to wherever you're staying from there, but I think the bus service is workable.
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Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
I would probably go for lessons on Schlick 2000. As you rightly say, it won't be as cold there and there are some nice tree lined runs. The only caveat here is to check the snow conditions first but I would have thought even the lower pistes will be fine in February.

You can then aim to head up the glacier later in the week as your skiing improves.

Can't help with the Apres question as we had a car when we went there but I don't know many Austrian ski areas with zero Apres bars. Have a great trip.
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