A high plateau at almost 3,000 metres above sea level

Zugspitzplatt ski resort

Winter sports enthusiasts looking for a unique experience on the slopes will find it in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. More specifically, at Zugspitzplatt ski resort located on a plateau right below the summit of Germany’s tallest mountain. In summer, hikers explore the trails of the karst high plateau – in winter, it serves as a small but mighty beautiful ski resort for skiers and snowboarders. A comfortable ride with the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn cable car is all it takes, and you’ll be well on your way to winter joy.

The Zugspitzplatt ski resort

A powder paradise for skiers and snowboarders

  • powder snow and glacier sun at 2,962 metres above sea level 
  • descents in all levels of difficulty with guaranteed snow 
  • deep-snow adventures for skiers and snowboarders 
  • scenic views from the Snow Crystal 
  • state-of-the-art lift facilities without long waiting times 
  • free parking spaces 
  • easy to reach with the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn cable car

Opening hours 2020/2021

Find out what else you need to know for a wonderful ski day in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena!

All slopes at a glance

6.6 kilometres of blue slopes and 10.2 kilometres of red slopes let you experience tons of fun and variety in the snow.

name

difficulty

1, 1a

Gletscherabfahrten

blue (L)

2

Weißes Tal

red (M)

2a

Skiweg Weißes Tal

blue (L)

3

Zufahrt Wetterwandeck

red (M)

4

Wetterwandeck West

blue (L)

5

Wetterwandeck Ost

red (M)

6

Super G

red (M)

7

Brunntal

red (M)

8

Sonnenkar

red (M)

9

Aspen Run

red (M)

Where can you find the various slopes? Have a look at the slope map!

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