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Longing for the snow? Off to the slopes while skiing in Germany!

Photo: Zugspitze
Oct 22, 2020

Do you dream of snowy slopes, unique mountain panorama and bright winter sun? In these German ski resorts, your dream comes true. Skimondo provides you with the best tips for skiing in Germany. Whether for ambitious winter sportsmen or skiing with the family: in the all-round ski resorts in Germany everyone will get their money's worth!

You will find professional slopes and family fun when skiing in Germany

Crowded ski resorts and mass tourism are not your thing, but cosy ski resorts with a flair are exactly what you are looking for? Or would you like to plan a skiing vacation where both kids and adults can hit the slopes? Are you wondering which winter hotspots are hidden in Germany? Whatever you want to know, Skimondo has the answer!

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Great runs in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Variety and adventure in Germany's most popular ski resorts

Ski resort Garmisch Classic

You always wanted to ride a downhill as real professionals? Go then to the Garmisch Classic ski resort! Many major sporting events have already taken place here, such as the FIS Alpine Ski World Championships in 2011. Top athletes ride down the legendary 7 km Kandahar downhill in just under two minutes. Have you tested the famous Kandahar yet?

In our Snow Story about famous World Cup downhills you can choose your next challenge.

Kandahar Downhill Bayerische Zugspitzbahn Bergbahn AG/fendstudios.com

Less daring skiers can leave their tracks in the Garmisch Classic ski resort on its numerous pleasure slopes facing the beautiful mountain scenery. 40 kilometres of slopes over three ski mountains and a fun park in one of the most snow-sure ski resorts in Germany are waiting to be discovered by you!

Have you tested the famous Kandahar yet?

Ski resort Zugspitze

Ski adventures at high altitudes offered by Germany's highest mountain: the Zugspitze. At 2,000 to 2,700 meters, 20 kilometres of slopes are covered by natural snow for a half-year. Easy to medium slopes for beginners, families and experienced skiers and snowboarders provide the variety you expect from your skiing trip in Germany. Perfectly groomed slopes are located on Zugspitze, Schneefernerkopf and Wetterwandeck. Three cosy restaurants offer breath-taking panoramic views and the winter sun nicely shines here even when there is dense fog in the valley!

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Wintertime in Ehrwald with the first-class view of Zugspitze Mountain
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Zugspitze - high above the clouds

Ski resort Winklmoos-Alm / Steinplatte

Are you looking for a cozy but all-round ski resort in Germany? Then we clearly recommend the ski area Winklmoos-Alm and Steinplatte. Beginners enjoy the wide, gentle slopes of the Winklmoos-Alm, while advanced skiers and snowboarders should explore the Austrian side, the Steinplatte. Do you plan your skiing vacation in Germany and still want to explore incomparable slopes? That, too, is not a problem here! A special highlight in the Winklmoos ski resort is Germany's longest ski run with an amazing length of 9 km.

Cozy & family-friendly ski resorts in Germany

Ski resort Söllereck / Oberstdorf

The Söllereck is considered children's mountain paradise of Oberstdorf in summer as well as in winter: ski schools and flat beginner slopes in the valley make the ski beginners fit for the more demanding slopes at an altitude of 1,450 meters. In "Söllis Winterwelt" skiing becomes a breeze for all kids and beginners. However, the ski resort near Oberstdorf not only makes small sportsmen's hearts beat faster, the Söllereck downhill is guaranteed fun and great action for the whole family. And the best thing about it? Beginners don't pay the full price! Thanks to the beginner's day ticket, there is no need to buy a ski card for the entire ski area with 14 km of slopes and you can get slowly to the adventure in the snow.

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Arber in the Bavarian Forest

Ski resort Großer Arber

The ski resort at the Arber in the Bavarian Forest promises skiing pleasure for the whole family. There is something for every age group: The little ones can playfully learn the first turns on the skis in the “ArBär Dwarf Land” with the kind help of local instructors. In the ArBär Kinderland, 4 magic carpets between 33 and 126 meters bring the offspring to the gentle hills, where the children master their first short descents. Children and adolescents who are already longing for more action can prove their skills in the family cross park with smaller waves and jumps. Experienced skiers and snowboarders appreciate the 12 kilometers of slopes and the varying degrees of difficulty in the ski resort on the Czech border. The highest mountain in Lower Bavaria is waiting for you!

Ski resort Brauneck / Lenggries

The Brauneck ski resort near Lenggries is not for nothing one of the most popular winter sports areas in Bavaria. Ongoing investments ensure modern, contemporary winter sports fun, which nevertheless preserves the tradition of skiing. Here you will find varied trails ranging from flat practice slopes to the black World Cup slopes – according to the motto "The mix makes it"! The Brauneck / Lenggries winter sports area is not only a popular destination for beginners and advanced skiers in Germany, but also an ideal ski area for families with children.

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Fantastic descents in powder snow

Skiing in Germany: Leave your tracks in fresh powder snow!

Put on your skis and there you go: Ski resorts in Germany convince winter sports enthusiasts from all over the world. Can't wait to hit the untouched snowpack? Then off to Germany in winter!

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