- 2 chalets and apartments
- 989 m altitude
The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is a ski region appealing for every audience. Both skiers and snowboarders can enjoy the beautiful views and also cross-country fanatics can enjoy themselves here at the outstanding Zugspitze, the Wetterstein Massive and the Mieminger Kette. Furthermore, this region is easily accessible since it's just accross the German border.See all our chalets and apartments in Tiroler Zugspitz Arena
The ski region exists out of the six villages Ehrwald, Biberwier, Lermoos, Berwang, Bichlbach and Heiterhang. The areas are only a few kilometres away from each other and they all have their own lifts and ski area. Because the ski areas are not connected to each other the villages have remained their own unique character. There are a total of 58 ski lifts, varying between chair lifts, cable-cars and drag lifts. The area counts over 139 km of pistes (of which 93 km artificially kept white), interesting for skiers of each degree. There is a special area devoted for the snowboarders and free-style skiers with fun parks and half-pipes.
The Zugspits Arena is very suitable for cross-country skiers, with over 100 km of trails and within the surrounding areas there is another 100 km of trails situated. The trails do not have a clear begin or end, offering the option to start wherever you want.
At the Zugspits glacier, also named ‘Zugspitsplatt’, there is a high snow-certainty – with a snow guarantee that lasts longer then the winter season. In the Tyrolean ski areas around the Zugspitze it is possible to ski until the Spring – and during low snowfall in this period the snow is secured with artificial snow machines.
A winter sport holiday in the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena is not just a ski holiday, but a holiday in the snow with all its diversities.