The diversity of our natural beauty and diverse sporting and recreational opportunities have Garmisch-Partenkirchen to become what it is today: the most visited tourist destination in the German Alps!
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is the number 1 winter sports area in Germany. A total of 34 funicular railways and ski lifts with ski runs in all levels of difficulty, snowboard halfpipe, and 73 miles cross-country ski trails as well as more than 62 miles of walking trails around the unspoiled place, invite you to winter and summer pleasure.
Also there are many attractions nearby: Kloster Ettal, 9.3 miles; Oberammergau, 12.5 miles; König Ludwig Schlösser, 12.5 miles; Murnau, 14 miles; München, 56 miles.
Some examples: Alpspitz-wave-pool, Fishing, Bauerntheater, Hiking, Billiards, Bowling, Kite flying, Skating, Curling, Golf, Museum, Cinema, Monasteries and Churches, Klimakur, Kneipp, Concerts, Miniature golf, Rafting, Shooting, Castles, Swimming pools and lakes, Shopping, Skiing, Summer sledging, Casino, Tennis, Theater, Forest Trail, Whitewater, and so on...
Zugspitze: 2,962 meters
With almost 10,000 feet, the "Zugspitze" is Germany’s highest mountain. It offers experiences that no one forgets so quickly. Whether nature lovers, sun worshipers, skiers or hikers – here comes everyone at his own expense.
The trip from Eibsee to "Zugspitzplatt" with the rack-railway takes 45 minutes, with the funicular from Eibsee about 10 minutes. From Garmisch the cog-railway needs 75 minutes up to the Zugspitzplatt.