Zugspitze boasts the title of Germany's highest peak. At a staggering 2,962 meters above sea level, it promises breathtaking vistas, alpine adventures, and an exhilarating blend of German and Austrian mountain culture. Read more

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Visit Zugspitze in 2024

Zugspitze, the titan of the German Alps, isn't just about its altitude; it's about the panorama of snow-capped peaks, the thin, crisp air, and the vast, soul-soothing expanses. Whether blanketed by winter's snow or summer's green, the mountain attracts nature enthusiasts, skiers, and tourists alike.
Accessing Zugspitze is an adventure in itself. You can choose the Zugspitze Cable Car, which gives a dramatic ascent to the top, offering unparalleled views of the valleys and peaks below. Alternatively, the cogwheel train through the Zugspitze tunnel is a serene journey through the heart of the mountain.
At the summit, apart from the mesmerizing views of four different countries, there's a unique experience awaiting — standing at a point where Germany and Austria converge. Plus, the high-altitude restaurants and beer gardens ensure that you can enjoy a hearty meal or a cold brew while surrounded by nature's majesty.
Zugspitze is more than a mountain; it's an experience that imprints itself on every visitor's heart and mind, encapsulating the awe-inspiring power and beauty of nature.

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The most famous sights
What to do in Zugspitze

Gletscherbahn Cable Car

This short cable car ride connects Zugspitzplatt, a glacier ski area, to the summit, offering a unique perspective of the glacier below.

Zugspitze Glacier

The largest glacier in Germany, it offers winter sports opportunities and stunning natural beauty.

Maria Heimsuchung Chapel

Located on the Zugspitze plateau, this is Germany's highest church and a peaceful sanctuary.

The Cross on the Summit

A significant symbol for many climbers and visitors, the golden summit cross is a testament to faith and endurance.

Schneefernerhaus Environmental Research Station

This former hotel turned research facility is now used for high-altitude environmental studies.

Eibsee Lake

Located at the base of Zugspitze, this clear blue lake offers paddle-boarding, swimming, and amazing reflections of the mountain.

Zugspitze Museum

Unearth the mountain's history, its significance in the region, and its impact on the people who've lived in its shadow.

Ice Palace

Carved deep within the glacier, this icy realm boasts intricately designed chambers, sculptures, and tunnels.

Multiple Trails

Various hiking trails of different difficulties surround Zugspitze, catering to both beginners and expert hikers.

Winter Sports

Being a prime skiing destination, Zugspitze is a winter wonderland offering various winter sports, from skiing to snowboarding.

What else to visit
In and around Zugspitze

Garmisch-Partenkirchen (8.24 km)

Nestled in the heart of the Bavarian Alps, Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a quintessential German resort town brimming with Alpine charm, known worldwide for its excellent winter sports, particularly skiing, and rich cultural heritage.

Plansee (12.28 km)

Plansee, nestled in the heart of the Austrian Alps, is a stunning natural lake that offers serene beauty and a multitude of outdoor activities. Surrounded by majestic mountains and lush forests, it's a perfect retreat for nature lovers.

Linderhof Palace (13.03 km)

Linderhof Palace is a jewel in the Bavarian Alps, an opulent retreat built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria. An exquisite example of French Rococo architecture nestled among lush gardens, the palace offers a surreal journey into the mind of a whimsical king.

Ettal Abbey (14.69 km)

Set against the backdrop of the Bavarian Alps, is not only a place of religious significance but also an architectural marvel and cultural hub. This enchanting abbey attracts pilgrims, tourists, and history enthusiasts alike.

Oberammergau (16.59 km)

Oberammergau is a picturesque mountain town in the heart of Bavaria, Germany, known for its traditional woodcarving skills and world-famous Passion Play, which takes place once every ten years.

Stams Abbey (20.09 km)

In the heart of Tyrol's alpine splendor, Stams Abbey stands as a golden testament to Austria's rich monastic tradition. This Cistercian monastery, with its twin-towered church, is not just a spiritual haven but also an architectural masterpiece.

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