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Molltaler in October?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hey! Looking for a family ski holiday (all strong intermediates) for mid October. We went to Hintertux last year and loved it despite the sheer ice. Looking for something different for this year. We're flying to Munich and hiring a car. I have to avoid telecabins (damn phobia).

What's Molltaler like? Their piste map notes the blue area as 'training piste', does that mean it will be covered in courses and the regular skiers have to stick to the reds and blacks?

Any other ideas appreciated Smile
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@Canuck, quite a few teams train there in October so not much is open to the public.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
@Canuck, I never really got how they marked pretty much same course with black, red and blue... all the same slope Smile Anyway.... officially you have one slope with 3 courses, left is blue (course 2 and 3 also called trainining piste), middle is red (1), and right is black (4a). In reality it's pretty much single, some 150m wide slope. And in october it's full of gates, whole width of slope, so if terrain is open for public at all, you have some 10m wide line marked with plastic band to slide down at best. In my opinion not really great place for skiing, and until middle of November when some other places open, I never bother to go there, unless I call few friends and go with one of teams that train there and ski between the gates.
Another thing worth mentioning is snow there... this years still looks relatively ok, but even now, I would say half of this slope is closed as there's no snow, at least based on photo from webcam, and until they make or until they get about 1m of snow, it will remain closed, as right half of course is all rocks and no snow/ice.
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