Hiking in the Zugspitze region around Ehrwald
A hiking holiday in the Zugspitze massif in Tyrol
A hiking paradise in a class of its own awaits you at the Active & Family Resort Tiroler Zugspitze. More than 300 km of hiking trails and Nordic walking routes as well as 90 well-signposted hiking routes in all levels of difficulty lead through the Zugspitze region and invite you to enjoy leisurely, sometimes challenging hikes through the magical natural scenery of Tyrol's mountains. Wherever your legs take you, you can find time to take a breather and top up your energy levels sufficiently at one of the numerous alpine inns and hospitable mountain huts.
Relaxing nature: hiking in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena
On your holiday at the Active & Family Resort Tiroler Zugspitze, just a few steps separate you from the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn bottom station which takes you up to Germany's highest mountain, the Zugspitze (2,962 m). A breathtaking panorama with views over 4 countries awaits you there. After a fascinating tour, the best thing is to take a rest at the Panorama Peak Restaurant and enjoy delicious treats accompanied by Tyrol's most stunning view. And before you take the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn cable car back down to the valley again, there's sure to be time to visit the "Fascination Zugspitze" interactive museum.
Hike to the Zugspitze from Ehrwald (difficult)
The Zugspitze can also be conquered on foot via various hiking routes. One of the most stunning mountain tours up to the Zugspitze leads from the Tiroler Zugspitzbahn cable car bottom station. You climb the Zugspitze with an amazing view over the surrounding mountains through the forest and over a magically beautiful rocky landscape.
Hiking through Tyrol's alpine pastures
Anyone who prefers to take things a bit more leisurely can find lots of other enticing hiking trails on the Ehrwalder Alm and around the neighbouring villages of Lermoos and Biberwier. Beautiful viewing spots, crystal clear mountain lakes and typical Tyrolean mountain inns and huts seduce you into relaxing and indulging in the open air. As a whole, the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena offers a wide range of hiking options with more than 300 km of well-signposted hiking routes.
Not only do you enjoy traditional Tyrolean hospitality and local treats at numerous mountains inns and buts but you can also get one of the coveted hiking award pins when you hike to several huts.
Guided hikes for leisurely hikers, mountaineers and summiteers in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena
Hiking fans also have the opportunity to explore the mountains around the Zugspitze together with a professional mountain guide from Bergsport Total five times a week. You hike to the most stunning spots in the region in three ability groups and find out lots of interesting facts about Tyrol's most beautiful peaks and the surrounding area's natural spectacles. Experience Tyrol as you've never seen it before and immerse yourself in the Zugspitze's fascinating nature.
What are you waiting for? Lace up your hiking boots, strap on your backpack and set off into one the Alps' most stunning hiking regions. Send a non-binding holiday enquiry now and come hiking in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena.