Skiing & snowboarding in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena
Seven ski resorts filled with winter adventures: The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is a paradise for skiers and snowboarders: A variety of first-rate slopes, fun parks and freeride routes, cosy huts, countless family highlights, comprehensive services … and not to mention guaranteed snow and a stunning mountain scenery on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze.
Find your personal winter joy!
Slopes, lifts, and ski huts – all at a glance and with one click. The interactive slope map gives you a good overview of the diverse winter offers in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. What are you waiting for? Here’s what skiers and snowboarders can look forward to in the mountains around the Zugspitze:
Ski resorts around the Zugspitze
The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena lets you have fun in the snow times seven. Right on the Zugspitze or in Berwang and Bichlbach – the following ski resorts make your winter holidays in northern Tyrol even more diverse:
By the way: The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena has won several awards. Find out what makes skiing and snowboarding on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze particularly great for families!
Thrill, action and adventure are always in season at the snowparks of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. Plenty of diverse obstacles and halfpipes contribute their fair share to that. Freestyle skiers and snowboarders who can’t get enough might also want to give the various freeride routes on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze a try.
All-round service for a perfect ski holiday
You’ve already decided on spending your next winter holiday in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena? That’s great! Planning your days is essential for making your skiing adventures a resounding success. Besides having a look at the prices for ski passes, it’s also a good idea to check the webcams and the current snow report. In addition, you might want to find out about the offers of the local ski schools and ski rentals.
The “ski license”
Did you know? Skiers who took a longer hiatus can brush up on their skiing skills by getting a “ski license” – the equivalent to a driver’s license for your two boards. The local ski schools offer specific lessons for every level of skill. And once you get the hang of it, you’ll receive a certificate as an official recognition – a license to ski – in a convenient credit card format.
Duration of the course:
- 3 half-days in a group (4+ people)
- 2 half-days of private lessons
A course with money-back guarantee: Green, blue, red or black – your ski instructors ensure you’ll be able to master the slopes in the respective categories after you’ve completed the course. Depending on the duration of your stay, you can book individual courses or take them in succession.
Winter sports events in the region
You’ve always wanted to be the first to hit the slopes and leave your tracks in the fresh snow? During the First Track experience in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, winter sports enthusiasts get to do just that – followed by a scrumptious breakfast with stunning scenic views. Skiers or snowboarders who can’t get enough should give nighttime skiing on select days a try: In Berwang and Ehrwald, you can enjoy late-night skiing under starlight skies.
Tip: Find out more about these and other events in the region by having a look at the event calendar!
Skiing for families in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena
You’d like to hit the slopes with your whole family? The several-times-awarded ski resorts of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena provide perfect conditions for that. Seven diverse ski resorts, countless child-appropriate services and special family hotels ensure that your winter holidays with kids become a resounding success.
By the way: Besides skiresort.de, Tirol Werbung has also awarded the Ehrwalder Almbahn and Ehrwalder Wettersteinbahnen ski resorts for their family-friendliness.
Diverse culinary pleasures
The perfect way to top off your day on the slopes? A well-deserved break at one of the huts. On the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze, the hosts of the local huts are looking forward to welcoming hungry and thirsty holiday guests. Take some Tyrolean hospitality, hearty and sweet delicacies, and the stunning mountain panorama on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze – and there you have it: a culinary experience that’s equally as pleasurable as your adventures on the slopes!
What comes after skiing? Après-ski, of course! Several locations in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena invite you to bring your ski day to a convivial close.
Special rates for your ski holidays
Several deals make your winter holidays in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena even more attractive. First and foremost: the Top Snow Card, which connects the ski resorts on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze with those on the German side (Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Mittenwald, and Grainau). And throughout the Superski Weeks, skiers and snowboarders save ready cash. Families even benefit from special rates all winter season long.
Tip: the free skiers’ bus for a convenient transfer from ski adventure to ski adventure.
Code of conduct on the slopes
Only if all winter sports enthusiasts look out for each other, everyone gets to enjoy a safe skiing or snowboarding experience. What exactly does this entail? FIS has written up ten official rules of conduct on the slopes that also apply in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. Take a look at them, read them carefully, and find out what else skiers and snowboarders need to keep in mind!
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