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Mooserwirt St Anton, can you go there without skies

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Mooserwirt St Anton, can you go there without skies

We, 3 girls, are going to St Anton, because we heard the apres ski is very good espacially in the Mooserwirt!! But now 1 of us cannot ski, because she injured her knee.

Is it possible to go to the Mooserwirt if you do not ski? Because I heard it is halfway a slope? Can you walk up there?

She can climb a slope, but just does not want to take the risk of skiing again.

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1. Re: Mooserwirt St Anton, can you go there without skies

Yes, there is a road up there.

http://www.mooserwirt.at/ (the caption on the web-page says: "worst ski-bar in town") he, he.

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2. Re: Mooserwirt St Anton, can you go there without skies

Hi Wendy!

Very good apres ski?? No, this information is completely wrong - it's the BEST apres ski!! ;-)

I'm there every year and it's always FUN, FUN, FUN!

You can go from St. Anton by Taxi - there is a road up to Mooserwirt. And I think you can also go there by bus (cheaper).

Greetings and enjoy!!

Nicole

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3. Re: Mooserwirt St Anton, can you go there without skies

Get the number 3 bus every 15 mins from the bus terminus near the Galzig lift, takes you there in 5 or 6 mins then a 5 minute walk, good atmosphere but drink prices expensive due to the 1 euro = 1 pound exchange rate

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4. Re: Mooserwirt St Anton, can you go there without skies

wendy is from Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1 dutch EUR = 1 austrian EUR.

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