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recommend me a guide in Selva area

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
So I previously had the very good fortune many years ago of being recommended an independent guide / instructor in the zillertal area (ziller thriller aka Roy Butterfield) by a member of snowheads.

In fact it was such a good recommendation that my wife and I have ended up in zillertal every year since. We really enjoy the mix of being shown around an area and instruction as we feel that its more relaxing (no getting lost or ending up at the wrong lift) and we learn an area quicker. but more importantly we improve through the tuition every single day, be it on or off piste and at different levels.

Now I know I could just contact the local ski school and ask for a private but its never quite the same or right, as you either just ski around or stay on the same piste doing drills, I also feel ski schools can be a bit "factory" no real care for client enjoyment as they do not need to worry about repeat business.

So with this years trip now booked for Selva in march can anyone recommend an independent guide / instructor in the area who does a similar thing to what we have in Zillertal?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
There is someone called your.private.ski.guide I follow on Instagram as she takes some great shots of vg etc
She is exactly that get on to insta and message her, if she is booked I’m sure she will have Friends who do the same thing
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