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Mid to late October skiing

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hello all!

I'm off to Morzine at the beginning of Feb (at last!) but i'm looking into booking another trip for later in year, mid October/last week of October.

Just after recommendations for places in Europe more likely to be snow sure at that time? Would also rather do a DIY trip as i'll be travelling alone.

Thanks in advance you lovely lot!

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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@SnowBeau, at that time of year in Europe you're looking at glacier skiing. One of the most reliable is Hintertux in Austria, quite easy to get to - e.g fly into Munich (if you've got your own skis then Lufthansa do free ski carriage) then Four Seasons taxi transfer is 96 Euros return.
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