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    Tirol’s Hidden Gem

    When you arrive in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, you might have a difficult time deciding what to do first: Take the cable car up Zugspitze mountain (the region's highest at 2,962 m) to see an ocean of mountain peaks emerge beneath you? Once on top, when you spin around in a circle, you'll be able to see four countries from above. Or do you want to go on a hike with your new woolly friend, a llama? The region's llama hikes let you explore the snow-clad forests and meadows in a whole new way. The choice is yours!

    Why Visit the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena?

    • The mighty Zugspitze mountain with views over 4 countries
    • One ski pass, two countries, multiple resorts
    • Perfect for families: A variety of smaller interconnected ski areas with many blue and red pistes
    • Diverse activities away from the pistes, from llama hikes to piste basher rides and building your own igloo
    • Snow-sure skiing at almost 3,000 m

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    Top 3 Winter Experiences in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

    • Skiing, Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

      1. Ski a Different Resort Each Day

      Thanks to your Top Snow Card ski pass, you'll have access to 7 local ski resorts plus 3 additional areas across the border in Germany.

      Take your pick
    • Night tobogganing in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

      2. Go Tobogganing by Night

      Once the sun goes down, this ski piste turns into a tobogganing run, floodlit and freshly prepared. Do you feel the need for speed?

      Down the mountain in the moonlight
    • Llama hiking in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

      3. Hike With Llamas

      When you hike through the snowy forest alongside your gently trotting llama, you'll feel all your everyday stress just fall away.

      Experience it
    • Knödeltris ("dumplingtris") at the Ehenbichler Alm in the Reutte nature park region

    Even more activities off the piste...

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    How to Get There

    By plane:

    The closest airports are Innsbruck (85 km), Memmingen, Germany (113 km), and Munich, Germany (146 km).

    By train:

    From Innsbruck or Munich, change once at Garmisch-Partenkirchen on your way to Ehrwald railway station (both approx. 2 h).

    By car:

    Toll-free via A7 (Ulm-Füssen) and A95 (München-Garmisch Partenkirchen).

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    Facts & Figures

    • 7 ski areas
    • 142 km of slopes
    • 49 lifts
    • 7 ski schools
    • 131 km of cross-country tracks
    • Highest mountain: Zugspitze - 2,962 m
    • Picturesque villages: Ehrwald, Lermoos, Biberwier, Berwang/Namlos, Bichlbach/Lähn-Wengle, Heiterwang am See

    The Ski Resorts

    Tiroler Zugspitzbahn

    16.8 km of pistes

    • 6.6 km blue slopes
    • 10.2 km red slopes

    8 lifts

    • 2 cable cars
    • 2 chairlifts
    • 4 drag lifts

    Try this:

    • 1 funpark

    Ehrwalder Almbahn

    27.5 km of pistes

    • 18 km blue slopes
    • 7.5 km red slopes
    • 2 km black slopes
    • 25.7 km with snow-making facilities

    7 lifts

    • 1 cable car
    • 3 chairlifts
    • 3 drag lifts
    • 2 magic carpets

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    • 2 funparks
    • 1 funslope
    • night tobogganing

    Wettersteinbahnen Ehrwald

    22.2 km of pistes

    • 14.4 km blue slopes
    • 4.9 km red slopes
    • 1.5 km black slopes
    • 1.4 km ski routes
    • 22 km with snow-making facilities

    4 lifts

    • 2 chairlifts
    • 2 drag lifts
    • 4 magic carpets

    Try this:

    • 1 halfpipe
    • night tobogganing

    Grubigstein Lermoos

    27 km of pistes

    • 13.2 km blue slopes
    • 10.2 km red slopes
    • 1.9 km black slopes
    • 1.7 km ski routes
    • 25.5 km with snow-making facilities

    8 lifts

    • 3 cable cars
    • 4 chairlifts
    • 1 drag lift
    • 5 magic carpets

    Try this:

    • 1 funpark
    • night skiing
    • night tobogganing
    • ski shows

     

    Marienberg Biberwier

    12.4 km of pistes

    • 7.4 km blue slopes
    • 3.7 km red slopes
    • 1.3 km ski routes
    • 6 km with snow-making facilities

    5 lifts

    • 2 chairlifts
    • 3 drag lifts
    • 2 magic carpets

    Try this:

    • 1 funpark
    • night tobogganing
    • ski touring night

    Bergbahnen Berwang/Bichlbach

    36 km of pistes

    • 24.5 km blue slopes
    • 10 km red slopes
    • 1.5 km black slopes
    • 26 km with snow-making facilities

    12 lifts

    • 1 combination lift (cable car and chairlift)
    • 1 cable car
    • 3 chairlifts
    • 7 drag lifts

    Try this:

    • 1 funpark
    • night skiing
    • night tobogganing

     

    Enjoy the Region's Most Beautiful Views

    Foodie Tip

    • Kaiserschmarren at Gamsalm hut

      Kaiserschmarren at Gamsalm hut Kaiserschmarren at Gamsalm hut

      These shredded pancakes are perfect after a morning on the piste.

      Try it here

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