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The Zugspitze ski area, located between 2000 and 2720 m in height, offers plenty of snow seven months a year and 22 km of tracks of varying difficulty.

Germany's highest mountain with its snow-covered slopes is a true paradise for skiers, snowboarders and beginners. 

In restaurants and après ski of the Zugspitze hospitality and welcome are at home. Treat yourself with fine local dishes! In moments of pause take the opportunity to admire the magnificent view of 400 peaks in four different countries. When the fog covers the valley, the sun shines on the upper slopes of the Zugspitze.

The winter season on the 7.5 square kilometers large plateau Zugspitzplatt below the 2,962 meter high glacier is very long: For the most part here you can go skiing between mid-November and the beginning of May, whereas elsewhere nothing is possible. The range of sports is really different and interesting to please everyone, young and old. Skiing on the Zugspitze means pure fun!

Ski lifts
Ski tow: 4
Chairlifts: 2
Cable-cars: 0
Cable cars: 2
Cable railways: 1
Magic carpets: 0
In total: 9 Ski lifts
Ski runs
easy
7 km
medium
13 km
difficult
0 km
Freeride
0 km
Open ski runs: 0 km
Open lifts: 0
Lit up ski runs: 0 km
Sea level
708 - 2720m
Skiing season
Start of the season
06/12/2014
End of the season
03/05/2015
Apres-Ski
4 Ski lodges and restaurants
0 Après-ski bars
Other
Number of chilren's parks: 0
Ski rental
Prices
Adults
Day ticket: n.A.
5 days: n.A.
Children
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5 days: n.A.
Seniors
Day ticket: n.A.
5 days: n.A.
Blanket rate