Information about the ski area
|Highest point:||2,720 m|
|Lowest point:||732 m|
|Altitude ski resort:||707 m|
|Lifts in total:||29|
|Pistes in total:||60 km|
|Ski routes:||4 km|
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Ski area Garmisch-Classic, Zugspitze
In Garmisch-Partenkirchen you have direct access to the classic ski area (local mountain, Kreuzeck and Alpspitz/Osterfelderkopf) and the Zugspitze. If you're coming from further away, the Garmisch ski-ticket is an eco-friendly alternative to travelling by car. With the ticket you can use every regional train on the line from Munich Central Station to Garmisch-Partenkirchen for free!
A total of 40 km of pistes and five valley runs that can be covered with artificial snow can be found in these ski areas. A diverse ski area with the famous and very challenging 3.4 km long Kandahar run awaits you at the local mountain. The longest slope in the ski area is the valley run from Osterfelderkopf mountain: it offers a length of 8.8 km and a difference in height of 1,330 m. For the youngest skiers there is a children's area.
The Zugspitze offers 22 km of superbly prepared pistes, a fun park as well as a deep-snow El Dorado with free rider zones await you here. The soft ski slopes on the Zugspitzplatt ensure that even less-practised skiers don't have to miss out on snow-sure ski fun on Germany's highest peak.
With the "Twin Ticket" the Classic-ski area and the Zugspitze are available to you, offering a total of 60 km of piste. This ski area is also renowned for its events, such as the FIS World Cup and the annual New Year's Jump!
In the resort, 5 Wi-Fi hotspots from Kabel Deutschland are available.