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  • ekaterinaGudauri
  • Snow cannons never work, and although the temperatures are very low all week, there is no snow and slopes are full of stones. For some reason the slopes are not cleaned at all in the night - in the morning you come to the same mess of moguls from yesterday. I saw the machines parked but no sign of them being put to use. The queues are horrible too, and we heard from people that there has been no water at all in part of the hotels for 3 days.

  • stepSt. Johann-Alpendorf
  • Lots of wide open well maintained pistes with no particularly difficult runs. Some huge uplift capacity with lots of modern lifts with covers for cold weather and some heated chairlifts. Are some very busy connection points where multiple lifts start from resulting in lots of crossing runs near lift stations. Gets very busy in half term month with some real bottle necks so it feels like skiing on a moving carpet at times. Good snow making kit so even though low resort could ski back to hotel every day and thats late feb early March. A fair number of stupid skiers on the red runs going far faster than their ability allows so saw several crashes and many near misses. Plenty of reasonably priced bars and restaurants up mountain. Lost of good hotels close to bottom of main lifts around teh area. really nothing for advanced skier unless off piste comes into play and good intermediates woudl get bored particularly if very busy which means early morning lunchtime or late afternoon best times. Over all I would say probably a good resort for families with children as hotels and school well set up. Easy for Beginners and progressing to intermediate as wid eopen easy pistes.

  • AnnSan Martino di Castrozza
  • Enjoyable slopes for families. Nothing scary, lots of blue options. If you are looking to ski away from the crowds this is a wonderful resort. It was lovely and quiet and no lift queues. Advance skiers there is enough here for a mornings ski. Beginner Skiers you can have fun here all day. There is even a snowpark.