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Bump skiing in St Anton?

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Hello all.
Looking for some help regarding tuition please. I am an advanced male skier, 29 yrs old and planning to go to Europe (live in U.K at moment), probably St Anton this winter for a couple of weeks early in the season. The thing I struggle with most is bump skiing, I want to get better at taking a more direct route through the bump fields, can anyone suggest a good ski school/course/instructor?
Not really sure if this is the correct forum for this?
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Two main ski schools in St Anton ....



Often see a few bump skiing groups at Kaprun, Austria in Oct/Nov. It's run by Tatjana Mittermayer (1998 Olympic silver medalist)

Link in German
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I have spent a week skiing in St. Anton every year for the past 6 years. You don't really have to worry about the bumps unless you plan on skiing off piste (between the groomers). However, that is really the best way to ski St. Anton! If you do enjoy wandering off of the marked trails (of which there are plenty throughout St. Anton) be ready to ski bumps the size of small SUVs. This place is da bomb. Definitely, the best skiing east of the Atlantic. Steep and deep...and wide open.

BTW: The Arlberg Ski Schule, which is at the base of the Nasserein gondola, is probably the finest ski school in the world.
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