The background on us is I am an expert and she is an upper intermediate to advanced. Since she has not done much off piste, we will probably be more on piste. Good snow is important as is lack of crowds on the slopes. Places with good ice skating and ambiance would be good. This will be our first trip to the alps so a place that captures the stunning scenery and alpine charm would be great.
In late march should we focus on places with a glacier like st moritz or does st Anton and lech get soo much snow that should be considered the same as glacier resorts?
St Anton sounds perfect but is it too crowded on the runs? Is it too low for late march? I also read it is huge for off piste, but with my daughter we will likely be on piste. Is it not the right place?
Lech sounds great but is the town lacking fun? Like st Anton is it too low for late march?
Davos sounds great, but are there huge crowds? Once again, is snow an issue for late march since it does not have a glacier?
St moritz sounds great but is it too quiet or too spread out?. I also read that though it has a glacier it does not get a lot of snow.
Other that are close to Zurich? Within a few hours.
I am leaning towards st Anton, but any help anyone can give would be greatly appreciated. From reading posts it sounds like it is a favorite of expert skiers. So I think it would be perfect for me, I just wonder if it will be the right place for my daughter.