Ski resort sheet
In 1936, this german skiable domain close to Austria, Garmisch, Partenkirchen and Zugspitze, has hosted the winter Olympics and the World Ski Championship (1978 and 2011).
Its pistes of Garmisch / Partenkirchen / Zugspitze offer a wide variety of descents thanks to ultra modern ski lifts. Mount Zugspitze’s sector will probably surprise the most courageous with freestyle and freeride areas.
Garmisch Partenkirchen is in the germany’s highest mountain: the Zugspitze (2964m)
This skiable domain is on Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze (2964m) which offers an incredible experience to skiers.
The ski resort Garmisch Partenkirchen offers nearly 121km of pistes with several difficulty levels, as well as nearly 110km of cross-country skiing pistes and Germany’s first super halfpipe. Despite its modest altitude (720m), the favourable meteorological conditions guarantee a quality snow during winter.
The exceptional views and the pistes justify the important tourism infrastructure. Starting from Eibsee, a cog railway leads you to Zugspitzplatt’s Ski resort at 2650m of altitude. To reach the top, you will have to use the cable car.