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For a ski vacation in Bavaria this place is exactly what you need; short car ride to the slopes, lovely spa for afterwards, decent breakfast, excellent room service for the kids and cottage-feel rooms.
Very awesome views from the peak.
Make sure to go up from the Austrian side, a bit cheaper and shorter lines.
If you visit the town of Fuessen, Germany then go south, cross the border into Austria then follow the signs to Zugspitze.
Caught the train from Garmisch-Partenkirchen then cable car to the top of the Zugspitze. Awesome. It was -21 at the top and too cold for me to take photos but totally breathtaking! Unfortunately took the cog wheel option back which is almost entirely through tunnel...More
If you like mountains - go to the Zugspitze. The views are incredible! You can touch clouds with your hands. You are on top of the world. Ride a sleigh down the hill on real snow, even in summer. And you can even cross the...More
The entire area is so beautiful but the Zugspitz glacier is amazing! Skiing and snowboarding is way better up there than it is further down at Classico. Even for beginners and young children it is more fun and easier at Zugspitz. The eatery is much...More
Today we traveled by train from Garmisch-Partenkirchen to join the cable car which took us up to Zugspitze the ‘Top of Germany’ It was a beautiful winters day with the sun peeking gently through the snow capped pines. This is an excursion definitely not to...More
Fabulous views from the observation platforms on this, the highest mountain in Germany. There's a variety of ways to ascend We took the train and cog railway up from Garmisch and came down on the cable car with a bus back to town..