- 2 chalets and apartments
- 950 m altitude
The relatively small but beautiful ski area Achensee is located on the border between Bavaria and Tyrol about 1.5 hours drive from the German city of Munich. The area lies at the foot of the Karwendel Mountains and is located near the large mountain lake Achensee. The ski area of the Achensee with a total of 53 km of varied slopes is formed by the smaller ski areas Christlum, Rofan, Zwölferkopf and the practice elevators at Steinberg and Wiesing. The areas are interconnected by ski buses.See all our chalets and apartments in Achensee
Christlum: 27 km of piste (6 km blue, 16 km red and 5 km black).
The Christlum ski area near Achenkirch is the largest ski area of the Achensee. The ski area is varied and has plenty to offer both beginners and advanced skiers. Advanced skiers can enjoy the challenging moguls of the north run of the Christlumkopf. Beginners will feel more at ease on the easy south run.
b]Rofan: 11km of piste [/b] (1km blue, 8km red and 2km black).
In this small-scale ski resort near Maurach there is something for everyone. You will find perfectly groomed slopes of all levels and for the little ones the Bobo's Kinderland. For the extra adrenaline rush, there's the Air Rofan Skyglider, which takes you through the snow-covered mountains at a speed of over 80 km per hour.
b]Zwölferkopf: 12 km of piste [/b] (6 km blue and 6 km red).
This ski area is located near Pertisau and from the slopes of the Zwölferkopf you have a beautiful view over the Achensee. The ski area has a varied offer of easy and somewhat more spicy runs.
For lovers of cross-country skiing, the winter sports area Achensee is a true paradise. Achensee has over 200 kilometers of varied cross-country trails. For the novice cross-country skier there is a cross-country trail to practice in Pertisau and there are seven cross-country ski schools in the area. Hikers can enjoy about 150 kilometers of trails with impressive views. It is also possible to participate in organized snowshoe hikes.