Germany is a widely known Western European country offering a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges and North Sea beaches. There is total of 1374.8 km of slopes that are included in Germany. The ski resorts in the country have been reached up to 2720 m. There are 1304 ski lifts to transport the guests. Among many of these ski resorts in Germany, some are exceptional good and well-recognized among the travelers.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a popular German ski resort in Bavaria, which was formed when 2 towns united in 1935. It is a famous tourist destination for skiing, ice skating and hiking. The town is located close to the Zugspitze, which is the highest peak of Germany. It has a 2,962 meters’ summit accessible by cogwheel train and cable car.
Winterberg is a winter resort town located in the western German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. It is recognized for the ski slopes and foot and cycle trails in the surrounding mountains. Sports-training conveniences that one can get here are St. George ski jump on Herrloh Mountain and a bobsled run in an arena in town. At the West German Winter Sports Museum of the town, you can come across the vintage ski, bobsled and ice-skating equipments.
Wallberg Rottach-Egern is a is a small ski resort with just one ski lift but it mainly boasts of a very remarkable 972 meters (3189 feet) of erect dive. The resort has 3.2 kilometers (2 miles) of pistes that make it a desired skiing location of Germany. Wallberg Rottach Egern is comprised of 59 sunny days on average every season. The average difference in height between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Germany is 784 feet. Most runs are consequently moderately long. The ski resort takes you to an altitude of 5315 feet.
Oberstdorf is a skiing and hiking destination located in southwest Germany. Situated in the Allgäu region of the Bavarian Alps, it is one of the highest market towns in Germany. The summits of the Nebelhorn and Fellhorn allow you enjoying the spectacular panorama of the Alps. One can reach Nebelhorn through a big cable car. Tourists can ride an exclusive diagonal elevator to the peak of the Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze.
People visiting to Oberammergau mostly have other things in their minds than other local ski areas. Whether it be exploring the site of the Passion Play that has made the village well-known or the nearby Linderhof Castle, or just the opponent attractions of the pleasing cross-country skiing runs crossing the valley of the region. Beginner skiers will have fun here.
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