Hi all, looking for some advice from people who have skied Austria before. We've just booked flights to Munich for the 2020/2021 season. Booked flights super-early as we are using frequent flyer points. Essentially we are flying in to Munich on 30th December and flying out of Frankfurt on 22nd January. The current basic outline for our family of 4 is as shown below. I'd love to hear any advice on whether this seems like a decent plan or if there is a better way to do it. 30th Dec - fly in, hotel at Munich Airport, rent car next morning and drive to Austria 31st Dec to 8th Jan - peak season so get something booked early for that week and just deal with the uber-crowding and high prices 8th Jan to 14th Jan - don't book anything and wing it to decent snow and cheaper accommodation at the last minute if possible 14th Jan to 21st Jan - Skiing at Kleinwalsertal area (we have a friend who will be there so this is the locked in part of the trip) 22nd Jan - drive to Frankfurt and fly out Given that we are there in the first week of January and crowds etc are unavoidable, any ideas on where might be some good resort(s) to have a look at? Appreciate it's school holidays so everywhere is going to be rammed. Would rather keep it to Vorarlberg and west Tyrol areas if possible as we have to get back to Kleinwalsertal later in the holiday. Cheaper obviously better and we have a rental car so not absolutely necessary to be right on the spot (although preferable of course!!). I'm guessing we'll be priced out of the big boys like Lech, St Anton etc so any other ideas would be useful for us to research. There seems to be so many resorts in Austria it's a little overwhelming researching it. We don't need any amazing off piste or super-expert terrain, we're happy doing mostly groomers and ducking off the side a bit if the snow's good. Taking all our own gear and kids won't need childcare or lessons etc so family resorts not an absolute must. And for the week after the 7th January, given it's essentially low season, any ideas on whether we could just book this stuff last minute to see what the weather and snow is doing or should we be booking this before we go as well? ie is accommodation hard to come by last minute out of season? Any advice appreciated I know it's crazy-early to be thinking about it but who doesn't get amped just after they've booked their flights!