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Austria March 2018 Suggestions

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Hello folks,

3 of us are looking to go snowboarding in austra near the end of march 2018. Looking for lively apres-ski, and pistes for intermediate boarders.

We currently are looking at st anton, solden, ... Initial idea was ischgl but looks expensive/sold out.

Any suggestions please?

Thank you
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saalbach/hinteglemm
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although you'll need to keep an eye on the conditions, as late March could get difficult. how about Obergurgyl, nice and high!
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@SnowySno, the places you mention are your best bet
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Gastein/Sportgastein, Solden, Obergurgl.
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@SnowySno, In case it's of any interest, "White Pearl Mountain Days" will, like last year, be hosting daily apres-ski parties at various mountain restaurants throughout the Saalbach-Hinterglemm-Leogang-Fieberbrunn Ski Circus from 16th-30th March. You can google it for videos of last season, but basically it involves skiing...sorry, boarding to your heart's content until around mid-afternoon, and then relaxing in a deck chair with a plate of food and a beer or prosecco, watching live bands and/or solo musicians, and maybe dancing around in ski,,,sorry, snowboard boots, before skiing....sorry, boarding down the mountain.
As for conditions, they could be wintry or spring-like, like all resorts. We normally stay in Saalbach until the end of the first or second weeks of April and haven't yet been unable to ski down to the village (and in fact back to our front door). Like anywhere, south-facing slopes will get soft in the afternoons when the weather is warm - the answer to which is to get out early and concentrate on north-facing slopes later in the day (or sun-bathe).
PM me if you would like more info.
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