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Any info on "Sattel" not far from Zurich

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I'm visiting my daughter, son in lawn and most important my 5 year old granddaughter for Christmas this weekend.
The ski venue will probably be Sattel Hochstuckli
I've been to the website but it does not give much away in the way of transformation.

We are after a fun day out in the snow, the most important thing is the fun bit for our little snow bunny "Elodie"

Is anyone familiar with this place?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@DrLawn, I cannot claim to be really familiar with the place - went once with some friends about 10 years ago so at that time our youngsters would have been about 7 or 8. It had enough to keep early learners occupied and worked well at that time. As I recall there was a gondola up from the valley (with revolving cabins I think) and then you are in the main bowl area. Most obvious lift at that time was a tee bar so that can be a bit of a challenge but they may have changed it. As I recall, you can start by going half way up it to begin with if you want. Later on went up to top of Hochstukli and there were some nice runs down from there.

There was a cosy cafe at the bottom of the tee bar mentioned above.

The year we went there was not enough snow to ski back down to bottom of gondola, which would have provided a bit more variety.

Of course I have no idea how proficient your 5 year old is!
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