A high plateau at almost 3,000 metres above sea level

Zugspitzplatt ski resort

Winter sports enthusiasts looking for a unique experience on the slopes will find it in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. More specifically, at Zugspitzplatt ski resort located on a plateau right below the summit of Germany’s tallest mountain. In summer, hikers explore the trails of the karst high plateau – in winter, it serves as a small but mighty beautiful ski resort for skiers and snowboarders. A comfortable ride with the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn cable car is all it takes, and you’ll be well on your way to winter joy.

The Zugspitzplatt ski resort

A powder paradise for skiers and snowboarders

  • powder snow and glacier sun at 2,962 metres above sea level 
  • descents in all levels of difficulty with guaranteed snow 
  • deep-snow adventures for skiers and snowboarders 
  • scenic views from the Snow Crystal 
  • state-of-the-art lift facilities without long waiting times 
  • free parking spaces 
  • easy to reach with the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn cable car

Opening hours 2021/2022

The season is expected to start in mid-November 2021.
The season ends in early May.

Find out what else you need to know for a wonderful ski day in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena!

All slopes at a glance

6.6 kilometres of blue slopes and 10.2 kilometres of red slopes let you experience tons of fun and variety in the snow.



1, 1a


blue (L)


Weißes Tal

red (M)


Skiweg Weißes Tal

blue (L)


Zufahrt Wetterwandeck

red (M)


Wetterwandeck West

blue (L)


Wetterwandeck Ost

red (M)


Super G

red (M)



red (M)



red (M)


Aspen Run

red (M)

Where can you find the various slopes? Have a look at the slope map!

© Tiroler Zugspitzbahn

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