Winter activities off the slopes
Winter joy awaits wherever you look in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena: While cross-country skiing on the freshly groomed trails. Wrapped up in blankets on a horse-drawn sleigh ride with your loved ones or while snowshoeing in nature. The diverse range of activities away from the slopes lets holiday guests enjoy winter to the fullest.
Cross-country skiing and laser biathlon
A cross-country trail network with 130 kilometres of perfectly groomed trails has cross-country skiing enthusiasts flock to the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena every year. Routes from easy to medium and challenging, for standard cross-country skiing or for skating – there’s plenty of variety to be found in the region surrounding the Zugspitze. The perfect blend of endurance and skill is required for laser biathlon in Berwang. Show everyone what you’re made of!
Winter hiking and snowshoeing
Go on a tour of exploration in the picturesque winter wonderland of Tyrol! Admidst the Wetterstein range, Sonnenspitze, Grubigstein and the impressive Zugspitze, winter hikers and snowshoers encounter a true winter sports paradise. And after your tour, the welcoming hosts at the rustic huts will serve you some culinary delights. Fresh alpine air is said to make you hungry, after all …
It doesn't get much more romantic than this! But a torchlight hike in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is not just for those newly in love. Because trudging through the evening winter landscape and illuminating the darkness with burning torches is an unforgettable experience for everyone. In the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena there are several opportunities to experience the incomparable atmosphere of a torchlight hike.
The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena offers everything a tobogganer’s heart desires: speedy descents, steep turns as well as soft undulating terrain for little winter sports fans. And if you’d like to swoosh down the mountains under starlit skies, you should try floodlit tobogganing in the region at night …
Ice skating and Alpine curling
In the mood for socialising and fun off the slopes? We suggest: You glide over the ice – hand in hand with your significant other. Or you try the traditional Alpine ice stock sport, a distant relative of curling, which requires skill and an eye for distance. One thing’s for sure: Fun will be your constant companion in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena.
Experiencing the heroes of the slopes live and in action – as the co-pilot on a snowcat ride. Uphill and downhill through the snow: You’ll learn about the 390 HP strong fully-tracked vehicles and the drivers’ day-to-day work on the slopes of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. It’s bound to be adventurous and fun!
Horse-drawn sleigh rides
Families, hopeless romantics and nature-loving holiday makers will get just what they were looking for in a horse-drawn sleigh ride. Amidst a breathtaking natural setting, it’s time to sit back and relax while enjoying the picture-book scenery as you’re passing it. What’s more, the coachman will happily share some funny and fascinating anecdotes about the seven towns in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena with you.
How does a beautiful hike become an unforgettable experience for children as well as adults? That's right, with special companions. In the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, the llamas look forward to guiding animal-loving guests through their home. There is a lot to discover with the tame animals on the family-friendly hike.
Building an igloo
Surrounded by the snowy mountains of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, you’ve got the opportunity to build an igloo and immerse yourself in the fascinating world of the Eskimos. An exciting adventure for all fans of the outdoors! As a team, you’ll compress the snow, saw it into blocks and then build your wintry accommodation the traditional way.