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St Anton

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Just got back today, at the beginning of the week things were looking a little patchy, but the pistes were in suprisingly good condition, considering. Since Tuesday it's been snowing, with a little rain at resort level on Friday. Yesterday conditions were great on-piste, as well as off, but avalanche risk was high. Most of the lifts and pistes were closed due to high winds and avalanch risk.

Local forecast is that it will continue to snow through to the end of this week and then the weather will clear. I've got two weeks back at work, then I have to decide where to go to again. At this point St Anton is looking very promising for a repeat visit.
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