Ferienwohnungen Haus Almrausch #Winter
Ferienwohnungen Haus Almrausch #Winter#Bildergalerie
Ferienwohnungen Haus Almrausch #Winter#Bildergalerie
Ferienwohnungen Haus Almrausch #Winter
Ferienwohnungen Haus Almrausch #Winter#Bildergalerie
Excellent prospects
At the foot of the Zugspitze, holidaymakers will find the winter vacation they are looking for - and a panorama that can compete with the large mountain ranges of the Alps.
The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is versatile, varied, contradicting. But not only sports, adrenaline and action are waiting for active vacationers here. Relaxation, tranquility and gentle tourism are also offered on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze massif. Divided into the sporty and vibrant part with the towns of Ehrwald, Lermoos and Biberwier and the more original and more gentle part with Berwang, Bichlbach, Heiterwang am See and Namlos, the region offers a wide range of winter activities. Skiing on the highest mountain in Germany, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or igloo construction workshops are just a few of the activities that are possible in the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena in winter.

Multiple ski areas in one go
Skiing is at the top of the to-do list for a winter holiday in the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena. Seven ski areas with 142 kilometers of slopes and 58 mountain railways are waiting to be tackled by winter sports enthusiasts. The individual areas are connected by buses - skiers and snowboarders can easily hop from area to area and explore a wide variety of slopes. Whether on the Zugspitze glacier, the sun-drenched family slopes of the Ehrwalder Alm or the Wetterstein region, the family slopes on the Marienberg in Biberwier, the skiing pleasure with a view of the Zugspitz on the Grubigstein in Lermoos or the ski swings between Berwang and Bichlbach: sporty skiers will also find themselves in the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena suitable conditions such as pleasure skiers and families with children. Depending on the level, there are levels from green (for absolute beginners) to black (experienced skiers who want to ski in the mogul slope or specialize in freeriding). With the "Top Snow Card", skiers and snowboarders can also 
experience cross-border winter sports fun on 213 kilometers of slopes and 87 lifts. One pass, two countries: in addition to the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, the "Top Snow Card" is also valid in the German ski areas on the Zugspitze, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Grainau. The card is available from two days. 

Short everyday break away from the slopes 
Not only ski enthusiasts will find suitable activities in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. The region is a real insider tip for cross-country skiers: At the foot of the Zugspitze there are 131 kilometers of cross-country trails for classic and skating. The routes are varied and are suitable for ambitious athletes as well as for relaxed connoisseurs. For those who prefer to walk, the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena offers 60 kilometers of cleared winter hiking trails, on which hikers can enjoy the landscape and stop off comfortably. You can hike with snowshoes far away from cleared paths and in the middle of nature. Holidaymakers can immerse themselves in the original winter landscape together with guides or on their own. 

On the go - even after a day on the slopes 
If you want to actively end the day in the snow, you can choose from a wide range. Free torch and llama hikes take place weekly in Lermoos and Biberwier. If you want more action, you can go sledding on the nightly slopes or toboggan runs three days a week. Another peculiarity awaits you at Grubigstein in Lermoos and Marienberg in Biberwier: every day, winter guests can become snow groomers there. Here you can learn more about the work of the snow groomer drivers and what it means to prepare the kilometers of downhill runs for the next day. A special highlight: Together with mountain hiking guides from the Lermoos Alpine School, guests build their own igloo in a traditional block construction.

Just leave the car 
In the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, guests can simply do without their car during their vacation and save on gasoline and finding a parking space. Once you have arrived via the toll-free motorways in Munich-Garmisch-Partenkirchen or Ulm-Füssen, the easiest way for holidaymakers to move is via the well-networked bus network. The buses are free in the entire region with a valid guest card or a valid ski pass. 

The Zugspitze: the roof of Germany 
The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is right at the foot of the Zugspitze. At 2,962 meters, it is the highest mountain in Germany and the highest peak of the Wetterstein massif. The border between Germany and Austria runs over the ridge. As early as 1926, the first cable car, the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn, was built on the Zugspitze. Today you can reach the summit in around 10 minutes by train. On clear days, the view extends from the viewing terrace to the Großglockner, Piz Bernina or Munich. In addition to winter sports activities, the "Faszination Zugspitze" adventure museum tells a lot about the history of the mountain. 

Zugspitzarena piste map
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