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What part of Gerlos?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I am not looking for specific hotel recommendation, but should I concentrate around the old Isskogelbahn or the new Dorfbahn? Is there a significant difference in lift queue around 27 january -3 february? We are a family so we don't care much about night life, but a few nice restaurant are appreciated. We will not have access to a car, but I see Spar markets close to both neighborhoods.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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welcome to sH snowHead

I would guess the new lift is nearer to the village centre and most of the amenities? The older Isskogelbahn seems to me like it's a lift and carpark on the outskirts. But I only ski over from Zell am Ziller, and only occasionally drop right down to Gerlos.
I think the new Dorfbahn goes right to the top of the big blue plateau too, whereas the old lift then needs an additional chair up to the top.

I wouldn't expect queues, not now they've doubled their uplift capacity in a village that's off the beaten track compared to Zell/Kaltenbach/Mayrhofen.
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