More mountain… in the winter
You can count on snow on Germany's highest mountain
- Skiing and snowboarding
The pistes of Garmisch-Partenkirchen draw more and more winter sports fans to southern Germany. Reason number one: You can count on snow here. Snow machines and groomers ensure optimum conditions on all of the runs in Garmisch-Partenkirchen's Classic ski area, including the four runs into the valley and the famous Kandahar Race course. Reason number two: Garmisch-Partenkirchen has teamed up with the neighbouring ski areas of Seefeld, Mittenwald and Tiroler Zugspitz Arena to offer winter sports fans ultimate diversity on 231 kilometres (143 miles) of fantastic slopes serviced by 106 lifts. Our tip: If you want to "carve out" all 4 ski areas, take advantage of the happy ski season's card, the two-day pass or a multiple-day pass.
- Cross-country skiing
Classic skiers can ski their heart out on 29 kilometres (18 miles) of groomed ski tracks in the winter. Or if you want to train for a biathlon or just test your shooting skills, you can do so at the Biathlon Stadium in Kaltenbrunn, home of biathlon star Magdalena Neuner.
Find fun for the whole family on the 3,9-kilometer (2,4-mile) sledge run in the Hausberg ski area. You can also make use of their offer of night-time sledging twice a week. Or, if you want more action, you can try the 1,6 kilometre (1-mile) run that takes off at the St. Martinshütte restaurant on the small Grasberg mountain. Hike up to the starting point at the restaurant and then whiz back down into the valley.
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Höllentalstrasse 48, D-82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Tel:+49 (0) 8821 9290 Fax:+49 (0) 8821 929333 email@example.com, www.staudacherhof.de