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Tiroler Zugspitz Arena - The skiarea

The Zugspitz Arena is a popular winter sports area consisting of a high valley with several ski areas and a small glacier area on the Zugspitze. The region is home to picturesque towns such as Lermoos, Ehrwald, Biberwier, Heiterwang and Bichlbach. The Zugspitz Arena is easy to reach via Kempten and Reutte.
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Interactive piste map & Photos

Features

​​​​​​​1000 m - 2720 m​​​​​​​


Pistes (total 144 km)

79 km
56 km
9 km

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Well-known ski villages of Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

Zugspitz Arena: WHERE YOUR PERFECT SKI HOLIDAY STARTS

Selected holiday homes in Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

Biber Art Apartment 1 Small

Biberwier, Tirol, Austria

8 Persons

3 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

€ 346 per night

Apartment Garden Relax Apart

Sautens, Tirol, Austria

4 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 134 per night

Biber Art Apartment 1

Biberwier, Tirol, Austria

13 Persons

4 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

€ 742 per night

Apartment Beim Zuntl I

Ehrwald, Tirol, Austria

5 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 97 per night

Biber Art Apartment 2 Small

Biberwier, Tirol, Austria

8 Persons

4 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

€ 356 per night

Apartment Kirschbaum 1

Ehrwald, Tirol, Austria

3 Persons

1 Bedroom

1 Bathroom

€ 95 per night

Apartment Kirschbaum 2

Ehrwald, Tirol, Austria

5 Persons

3 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 121 per night

Apartment Kirschbaum 3

Ehrwald, Tirol, Austria

8 Persons

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 221 per night

Biber Art Apartment 2

Biberwier, Tirol, Austria

13 Persons

5 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

€ 720 per night

Haus Wammes

Silz, Tirol, Austria

6 Persons

2 Bedrooms

1 Bathroom

€ 106 per night

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Great enjoyment: the best group accommodation at Zugspitz Arena

Selected group accommodations of Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

Apartment Bergresort Zugspitze Ehrwald 4

Ehrwald, Tyrol, Austria

10 Persons

4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

€ 447 per night

Alpenchalets Biberwier 2

Biberwier, Tirol, Austria

10 Persons

4 Bedrooms

2 Bathrooms

€ 434 per night

Holiday Home Superior mit 4 Schlafzimmern & Wellness

Biberwier, Tyrol, Austria

10 Persons

4 Bedrooms

3 Bathrooms

€ 572 per night

Biber Art Apartment 1

Biberwier, Tirol, Austria

13 Persons

4 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

€ 742 per night

Biber Art Apartment 2

Biberwier, Tirol, Austria

13 Persons

5 Bedrooms

4 Bathrooms

€ 720 per night

Biber Art Chalet

Biberwier, Tirol, Austria

26 Persons

9 Bedrooms

8 Bathrooms

€ 1.442 per night

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Information about the ski area of the Zugspitz Arena

Are you looking for an unforgettable ski holiday in the stunning Zugspitz Arena? Then look no further! Here you will find all the information you need to prepare for your trip. Discover our extensive FAQ section for answers to all your questions about this wonderful ski area. And if you have any specific questions or need help planning your stay, we are always here for you. Feel free to contact us!

Where is the ski area of the Zugspitz Arena located?

The Zugspitz Arena skiing area is located in western Austria, in Tirol. The area consists of 6 ski resorts that are not connected by lifts, but are accessible by ski bus.

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Which villages are located in the ski area?

These are the villages that are part of the Zugspitz Arena ski area:

  • Biberwier - 989m
  • Berwang - 1342m
  • Ehrwald - 1000m
  • Garmisch-Partenkirchen - 700m
  • Heiterwang - 994m
  • Bichlbach - 1079m
  • Grainau - 758m
  • Lermoos - 1004m

Looking for a holiday home or chalet in Biberwier or one of the other villages? Use our search function to find the village you are looking for. You will immediately see the accommodations available.

How many kilometres of pistes are there in the Zugspitz Arena?

The Zugspitz Arena Ski Area offers a total of 144 kilometres of slopes, including 79 kilometres of blue slopes, 56 kilometres of red slopes and 9 kilometres of black slopes.

How many and what types of lifts are there?

In total, the Zugspitz Arena has around 50 lifts spread across the six ski areas. These consist of gondolas, chair lifts, tow lifts and conveyor belts. The interactive piste map provides an up-to-date overview.

Is the Zugspitz Arena suitable for beginners?

The Zugspitz Arena is home to several sub-regions that are ideal for beginners.

Biberwier - Marienberg Ski Area
The skiarea Biberwier/Marienberg is ideal for beginners with easy, wide slopes that are clear and accessible. There is a dedicated practice slope and easy downhill runs. There are also practice lifts close to the valley for added convenience.

Lermoos - Grubigstein Ski Area
The Lermoos - Grubigstein ski area offers an excellent experience for beginners. Almost the entire area can be discovered on simple slopes, which are easily accessible thanks to the Familyjet, Austria's shortest gondola, and the conveyor belts in the valley. The slopes are wide, clear and easily accessible. There are dedicated practice slopes, practice lifts and easy valley runs.

Ehrwald Wettersteinbahnen - Ehrwald Ski Area
The Ehrwald Wettersteinbahnen ski area offers excellent opportunities for beginners, particularly on the Sonnenhang slope. In the valley, two baby lifts, a conveyor belt and a drag lift provide access to easy slopes. The Sonnenhang Sunracer 6-seater chairlift also starts here. This chairlift is followed by two easy runs down to the valley. In general, the pistes are easy, clear and accessible, with wide runs, practice runs, easy valley runs and practice lifts close to the valley.

Berwang/Bichbach/Rinnen Ski Area
Berwang/Bichlbach/Rinnen is known as the perfect area for beginners. Especially around the Egghof Sun Jet and the Oberen Karbahn in Berwang there are slopes where beginners can get used to more challenging runs at a leisurely pace. The Thanellerbahn valley station provides easy access to the easier slopes. There is also a separate area for beginners. In general, the pistes are easy, clear and accessible, with wide runs, practice slopes and easy access to the valley. There is also a free practice lift.

Ehrwalder Alm - Ehrwald Ski Area
The Ehrwalder Alm in Ehrwald is the ideal destination for beginners. The area is known for its many gentle slopes and easy valley descents, making beginners feel right at home. There is also a large area for beginners. The entire resort is accessible via the easy slopes. T-bar lifts are not required. The pistes are wide, clear and easy to access and there are practice lifts.

Zugspitze Ski Area
For beginners, the Zugspitze ski area has plenty of opportunities to enjoy easy runs and gentle slopes. Special beginners' slopes are available at almost all lifts, including the Schneefernerkopf drag lift. The pistes are generally wide, clear and easy to access and there are practice lifts.

Is the ski area also suitable for advanced skiers?

The Zugspitz Arena has several sub-areas that are also suitable for advanced skiers.

Biberwier - Marienberg Ski Area
Off-piste skiing can be found in the higher areas of the skiarea. The off-piste routes, such as the Kreuzboden route and the Almlift route, also offer opportunities for more experienced skiers. There are also some red runs.

Lermoos - Grubigstein Ski Area
Below Grubigstein there is terrain for more experienced skiers, with opportunities for off-piste deep powder skiing and challenging moguls. The steep slopes towards the Wolfratshauser Hütte are also recommended.

Wettesteinbahnen - Ehrwald Ski Area
The Wettersteinbahn Ehrwald ski area offers the Wetterstein run, the Racing-S run and the Gamskar run for advanced skiers.

Berwang - Bichbach - Rinnen Ski Area
The Rastkopf and the Hochalm offer challenging steep slopes for advanced skiers.  Off-piste skiing can be found at Thaneller, below the Sonnalmbahn lift.

Ehrwalder Alm - Ehrwald Ski Area
For more advanced skiers, the skiarea offers the challenging Panorama piste and a number of buckle runs. In the Gaistal valley it is possible to ski off-piste. It is also possible to descend between the steep cliffs below the Issentalkopfbahn.

Zugspitze Ski Area
There are some deep-snow slopes on the Zugspitze for skiers. There are off-piste checkpoints at the Gletscherbahn station.

Does the Zugspitz Arena have snowparks?

Biberwier - Marienberg
Near the Marienbergbahn is a boardercross with some kickers.

Lermoos - Grubigstein
Has a wavy track at the Plattensteig lift. When there is enough snow, natural ramps form under the Grubigstein.

Ehrwalder Wettersteinbahnen:
Here you will find a challenging snow park for snowboarders and freestylers. The park features a variety of elements including a halfpipe, kickers, rails, slides and boxes. There is also a special children's halfpipe at the Wettersteinbahn, ideal for young snowboarders taking their first steps in freestyle snowboarding. 

Berwang/Bichlbach/Rinnen:
At the Oberen Karbahn is a nice wave run. 

Ehrwalder Alm - Ehrwald
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Located in the Ehrwalder Alm ski area, the BetterPark is located at the top station of the Ehrwalder Alm gondola. Centrally located on the Klämmli slope, this snow park offers excellent facilities for both beginners and advanced riders. The park is easily accessible from the Klämmli lift and features a variety of elements including kickers, rails, slides, boxes, a boardercross course and a corner/hip. There are also three different lines: pro line, medium line and beginner/easy line, so there is something for every level of rider.

Is the ski area snow-sure?

Snow conditions in the Zugspitz Arena vary according to the altitude and location of the various sub-regions. The Zugspitze, with its glaciers and high altitude slopes, generally offers reliable snow conditions throughout the season, from November to May. Berwang is known as one of the snowiest villages in the area due to its altitude. Other parts of the Zugspitz Arena can vary in snow reliability depending on natural snowfall and the presence of snow cannons. In general, the area benefits from northern snowfall and has snow cannons to improve snow conditions when needed.

What other winter activities do the Zugspitz Arena offer?

Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing: Explore the region's beautiful winter landscapes through cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. With 131 kilometres of groomed trails, the region offers excellent opportunities for both beginners and experienced cross-country skiers.

Torch walks: Experience the magic of winter evenings on a romantic torchlight hike. Illuminated trails wind through the snowy landscape for an unforgettable experience.

Tobogganing: Enjoy the thrill of speeding down a toboggan run. Whether by day or by night, tobogganing is a popular winter activity for the whole family in the Zugspitz Arena. An example of where you can enjoy a fun tobogganing session is in Ehrwald, at the Ehrwalder Almbahn. Here you will find a beautiful floodlit toboggan run that is 3 kilometres long. 

Ice skating: For those who enjoy the thrill of the ice, there are several ice rinks to choose from. For example, you can skate on the beautiful artificial ice rink in Ehrwald.

Lama walks: Take a walk through the winter landscape of the Zugspitz Arena in the company of friendly llamas. This unique experience is fun for children and adults alike. The walks take place regularly, but can also be booked individually.

Horse-drawn sleigh rides: Take a romantic ride on a traditional horse-drawn sleigh through snow-covered forests and fields. Rides last approximately 45 minutes and depart from Lermoos and Ehrwald.

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