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Nasserein (St Anton) opinions please

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Booked up for the family to go to St Anton next Feb - I've been a couple of years ago (without family Very Happy ) so know the resort to some extent and I loved it.

My kids have 1 week experience so at easy blue level. Has anyone had their kids in ski school at Nasserein? Just wanted some other first-hand opinions on how it works out for kids at that level there.

Yes I know St Anton is not known as a beginner/intermediate resort but I recon there are enough ski-able blues there to keep them busy for a week, Nasserein looked quite a nice beginner area when I saw it a few years ago. Plenty of blue options down from Gampen that shouldn't freak them out too much.. Laughing
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