We stayed in Lech and visited Zurs and Sonnenkopf. The grading of the pistes in general is not a particularly good guide to judge their difficulty. We found some "ski routes", which you would normally associate with off-piste, to be groomed after fresh snowfall and comparable with blue or red runs whilst some blue runs had very steep sections which could unsettle less confident skiers. Mornings were busy in many areas however after lunchtime the pistes became very much quieter. We found starting a bit later, having a coffee stop instead of lunch some days and skiing on until the lifts closed was best for enjoying a bit of space. Loads of good places to stop for food, although in keeping with everything in this area - pricey. Sonnenkopf has woodland - good if visibility is likely to be poor elsewhere - and can be reached by postbus 91 (30 mins) from Lech -near horse carriage stop - to Langen, change to postbus 90 (30 mins) from Langen to Sonnenkopf. The upper slopes here do not have tree cover and in bad weather are as exposed as anywhere else.
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