The most stunning ski areas at a glance

It doesn't matter if you are looking for a challenge; if you want to casually weave down the hillside; if you are looking to pick up the latest snowboarding tricks and jumps; or if you want to practise skiing together with your family on family-friendly slopes – Bavaria's ski resorts offer well-prepared slopes to suit every requirement. And, they all sit in the most stunningly beautiful landscapes.

There are plenty of rustic alpine huts in which you can recharge your batteries with typical Bavarian delicacies and other refreshments. And when the Bavarian sky radiates in blue and white, there is nothing to stop you from having a perfect day of skiing on the pistes.

To the slopes! Wintertime is a time for skiing and snowboarding!

Downhill Ochsenkopf

Ochsenkopf in the Fichtelgebirge »

The Fichtelgebirge is an outstanding winter sport region. Twenty seven slopes of varying length, most of which are floodlit, obviously with lifts, are to be found.

Alpsee Gruenten ski resort

Alpsee-Grünten (Allgäu) »

The holiday region in the Allgäu offers numerous slopes that are ideal for beginners and children.

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St. Englmar (Bavarian Forest) »

In the immediate vicinity of the traditional winter sports resort of Sankt Englmar, winter sports fans will find four interesting ski regions: at Pröller Mountain, in Grün-Maibrunn, at Predigtstuhl Mountain and in St. Englmar at Kapellenberg.

Ski resort Hohenbogen/Bavarian Forest

Hohenbogen (Bavarian Forest) »

The winter sports centre at Hohenbogen is a paradise for alpine winter sports fans thanks to its 6 kilometres of ski pistes of varying difficulty levels.

Snowboarder

Geißkopf (Bavarian Forest) »

From skiers to snowboarders, winter tobogganists, cross-country skiers and winter hikers – the Geißkopf family ski region is ideal for all types of winter sports.

Ski resort Mitterdorf / Bayerischer Wald

Mitterdorf Ski Centre (Bavarian Forest) »

The ski region around the Almberg Mountain (1,139 metres) is also known as the "Glacier of the Bavarian Forest" due to its guaranteed snow.

Skiing in Bad Hindelang

Bad Hindelang/ Oberjoch »

The main benefit of the ski region is its diversity: Both classic and individual offerings are available for skiers, snowboarders, freestylers and telemarkers.

Karwendel Alps ski resort

Skiing in the Alpenwelt Karwendel »

Snow sports fans of all ages are in their element in the relaxed ski region around the Kranzberg Mountain/Luttensee Lake in Mittenwald.

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Skiing on the Zugspitze »

With the Schneeferner glacier, the region provides the best snowy conditions seven months of the year, and stands as one of the most popular skiing regions in Germany.


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