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Adelboden.

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We are heading to Switzerland for New Year and may be able to spend a day or two in Adelboden. The World Cup is in town on the 11th/12th January.

Would the piste used for the GS (Chuenisbargli) be open for punters the week before the race ?

Thanks in advance.
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Lenk, denk!
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Definitely not! The piste is very steep in two sections and they can not afford to have us punters scraping precious snow off the track. There will most likely be access "routes" down the outside of the catch netting.
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@JoyZipper, I imagine you would but do check snow reports before heading the Adelboden. The runs aren't particularly high and can be a little hit and miss early in the season.
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