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Snowboard vacation help

I was hoping that I could get some help on a vacation that is coming up soon. I have been put in charge of planning a trip for three adults from the U.S to St Anton Austria (i think). We want to fly into Paris and stay for a night. Then take a train to Austria and snowboard for a week. Then we would like to catch another train and see Rome Italy for three days and then fly home.

I am pretty sure that we would like to go in Jan-Feb as this seems to be good snow and a slow time at the resorts, but open to other options.

What I really need help with is the train, and kind of hotels to stay in while there. Also, any help/ideas/suggestions about three adults taking thier snowboard gear with them would be a lot of help.

Thanks for any help
Ryan

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