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Snowboarding Obertauern

Listed under Snowboarding in Salzburg Province, Austria.

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Freeriders come out and play and cut fresh tracks into the snow. Start on piste, cut off the tracks and then catch it up later. Get a guide to get the best out of Obertauern, but don’t be afraid to come out of season – there’s snow for days and if it gets a little soft they bring out the big cannons and they have about 120. In fact it’s not too bad in season either when al the locals are off somewhere else cutting shreds into someone else’s mountain. Mostly red stuff.

Written by  H.T. Hallum.

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