Hiking Breaks in the Zugspitz Arena
On the sunny side of Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze (2,962m), the small mountain village of Ehrwald nestles at almost 1,000m above sea level. Rarely does nature show its diversity as impressively as here. The journey is the goal – bagging dozens of peaks, exploring boundless walks and mountain bike trails, discovering clear mountain lakes and enjoying magnificent views
The Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena is an absolute paradise for hikers. Immerse yourself in the enchantment of the mountains where 300 kilometres of hiking trails wait to be explored. Allow us to help you choose from the most beautiful spots and peaks to visit either with or without children. We know the region like the back of our hand and like nothing better than sharing our hiking expertise.
Hiking holiday at 4* Hotel Tirolerhof
Give in to the enchantment of the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena’s hiking paradise
During your hiking break, our guided activity and exercise programme offers you the opportunity to join guided hikes, although you can set off on your own undaunted thanks to well-marked hiking routes.
HIKING SERVICE IN EHRWALD
- Guided hikes with Bergsport Total
- Hiking poles available
- Backpacks available
- Hiker’s snack
- Hiking map and water bottles
- Information folder with hiking tips and suggested tours
- Shuttle service to and from the cable cars
WEEKLY HIKING IN AUSTRIA HIGHLIGHTS
A hike on the Zugspitze
Climb the Zugspitze, Germany’s highest mountain at 2,962m. Walk along easy paths, past scenic attractions, through densely wooded valleys, over sunny passes to the Zugspitze’s ‘eternal snow’. You need to be fit for this.
If you prefer a more effortless ascent of the Zugspitze, let the cable car or cogwheel train take the strain. The Gletscherbahn takes you straight to the summit in a few minutes. Once at the top, take in the awe-inspiring 360° panoramic view encompassing more than 400 peaks in Austria, Italy and Switzerland. Afterwards, warm up in the Panorama Lounge.