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Winterworld Zugspitz Arena

Skiers as well as boarders, cross-country skiers as well as winter hikers all enjoy the best views in the Zugspitz Arena. On the one hand of the prominent Zugspitze, the Wetterstein massif and the Meiminger chain; on the other, of sporting and romantic winter days in the snow.

Seven ski areas on one stretch.

Nearly all of the seven towns has its own mountain lift. In total, there is a single massive ski region: the most modern gondel lifts, chair and tow lifts. Combined, the region can boast highly varied kilometers of slopes. Whether you’re a racing carver or a leisurely skier, a tot on the slopes or a (new) beginner – everyone will find the terrain that best suits their style, their speed and their level of fitness. For boarders, the Zugspitz Arena has a particular thrill to offer – fun parks and half-pipes add to the joys of the snow.

For cross-country skiers, Tyrol’s Zugspitz Arena is a real insider tip. More than 100 km of track through a magical landscape provide novices and profis with enough challenges. Wherever you join the network of trails, there are plenty of options to extend or shorten your day out.


A winter holiday in the Zugspitz Arena does not exclusively a skiing holiday. Enjoy snow in all its varieties. On foot on 60 kilometres of cleared hiking trails, for instance, on a romantic ride in a horse-drawn carriage or on ice. Skate your laps on idyllic natural ice rinks and show what you’ve got in your biceps with curling. On snow shoes you can get ahead of touring skiers on the deep-snow cliffs. A long climb through the woods is followed by a breakneck ride downhill – namely on a bob. At best, in a clear night during full moon, where you are closer to the stars.

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