Wie kommen internationale Gäste am besten in die Tiroler Zugspitz Arena?

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What outdoor activities are there in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena?

In summer: hiking, climbing, mountaineering, via ferrata, MTB, enduro, gravel bike, escape and adventure trails and much more. 
-> Summer activities

In winter: Skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, ice climbing, indoor climbing centre, winter hiking and snowshoeing.
-> Winter activities


Which ski areas are there in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena?

The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena offers 5 ski areas, Ehrwalder Alm, Grubigstein in Lermoos, Berwang-Bichlbach, Marienberg in Biberwier, with a total of 143 kilometres of pistes, 3 of which are certified family ski areas.

-> Info about the ski areas

What events take place in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena?

AlpenKlimaGipfel, UNESCO World Heritage Site Bergfeuer, Maxxis Bike Transalp, SAAC Camps, Tirol CleanUp Days 

-> Calendar of events 

-> Event highlights

Are there special offers for families with children such as childcare or children's playgrounds in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena?

The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena offers numerous family-friendly activities in summer, from the children's playground to the 3D archery course. There is childcare in summer and special children's ski courses in winter. Three of our six ski areas are certified family ski areas. Many family hotels also have special offers for young and old.

Are there family-friendly hiking trails in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena?

In the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, we offer hiking trails for all ages, including special trails for pushchairs. There are also adventure trails and even escape trails for extra fun while hiking.

Where is the Zugspitze located?

The Zugspitze is part of the Wetterstein mountain range and is located on the German side. In the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, there is a cable car as well as hiking and climbing trails to the summit.

How high is the Zugspitze?

The Zugspitze is 2,962 metres high at the summit. 

Which seasons are best suited for a visit to the Zugspitze and which activities are possible at different times?

Depending on the weather, the Zugspitze is accessible all year round. The Tyrolean Zugspitze railway runs all year round, but an ascent on foot is only recommended in summer. On the Zugspitze you can enjoy the view, go hiking, try Bavarian or Tyrolean specialities in restaurants, visit a museum and go skiing in winter.