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All the magazines are talking about it. The New York Times just did a full page feature on it. And now you are dying to go. It must cost a fortune, right? Not really...we run hosted tours to St. Anton, Austria which cost less than a trip to Colorado!

Flügel Tours provides you with the rare opportunity to experience the alps like a local. We will take care of all your arrangements once you are in St. Anton: you will stay in privately owned apartments, dine at exceptional restaurants and small huts frequented by locals, ski with the best mountain guides in the Arlberg (who always find the best powder) and party like a champ with the Euros.

The groups are never more than 15 people with three hosts. This year we will offer two trips (one week each) Feb. 15-22 and Feb. 22- Mar. 1. The trips cost anywhere from $1100 (for B&B accomodations) to $1225 for the deluxe apartment. All trips include 6 nights lodging, breakfast, 6 day lift ticket, 6 days of skiing with certified alpine ski guides (would normally cost $200/day), and dinner at different local restaurants 5 nights, dine-in meals 2 nights (most tour operators make you eat at the same hotel every night). We do not include airfare as it is generally very inexpensive to fly to Zurich during the winter and we have found that most people prefer to book their own flights for the best rates or in order to use FF miles. Your only other expense is a $45 round trip train ticket from Zurich Airport to St. Anton and back and lunches. The majority of our clients spend less than $2000 on their whole trip!

All the articles that you read are true the skiing is world class and the aprés ski is better. It really is the trip of a lifetime. Please contact or send me a personal message here for more information.