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Spitzingsee Ski Resort

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Mountain Stats

Elevation1,000 m - 1,600 m
Opening Day3 Dec 2016
Closing Day2 Apr 2017
Capacity 11868 Persons/Hr.

Lift Ticket Prices

1 day adult €33
1 day youth €30
1 day child €16
5 days adult €168
5 days child €143
5 days youth €84
All rates & fees
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Lifts

6
3
1
Total 10
Hours08:30 - 16:20

Skiable Terrain

Easy
Moderate
Advanced
Ungroomed
Number of Slopes 

Interesting facts

  • Elevated between 1,000 m and 1,600 m, the Ski Resort is among the 15 highest elevated Ski Resorts in Germany. The vertical drop from summit to base is 600 m. The average difference in altitude between base and summit of Ski Resorts in Germany is 231 m. Most runs are therefore relatively long.
  • Spitzingsee is among the 10 best rated Ski Resorts in Germany.
  • Season starts on 3 Dec and ends on 2 Apr (120 days). Average season duration in Germany is 98 days.
  • Average snow depth during the season (3 Dec to 2 Apr) is 55 cm at summit elevation and 26 cm at base elevation. Snow coverage is usually best during February, offering an average snow depth of 93 cm at summit elevation and 56 cm at the base.
  • Spitzingsee features 68 sunny days on average per season. The average for all ski Resorts in Germany is 54 sunny days. March is the sunniest month with an average of 18 sunny days.
  • Offering 20 km of slopes and terrain, Spitzingsee is among the 15 largest Ski Resorts in Germany.

The Ski Resort

© Hansi Heckmair

The popular ski resort near the idyllic Spitzingsee lake lies a mere 70 km south of Munich, and offers holidaymakers and day-trippers alike a host of wonderful winter sporting activities. In the wake of extensive modernisation, the area has now been reinstated as one of the top 5 ski resorts in Germany.

A modern artificial snow system and the exposed heights of 980 m – 1,693 m above sea level mean that snow is guaranteed throughout the season. 23 km of slopes, 2 modern 4-seater chairlifts with protective covers, 1 gondola and 13 drag lifts ensure skiing pleasure for those of all abilities. The fun park on the Unteren Firstalm is considered an eldorado by snowboarders, including pros, who use it as a training ground. Cosy alpine huts with sun terraces provide welcome refreshment, while the certified ski and snowboarding schools offer a range of courses. Guests can hire equipment directly from the Stümpfling and Suttenbahn valley stations.

Skaters and cross-country skiers will revel in 30 km of ski-tracks in the Spitzingsee and Schliersee region, and the area also offers a range of other winter sporting activities – just check out the website! Accommodation for visitors to the ski area can be found in the mountain village of Spitzingsee, the nearby Schliersee and in the Tegernsee valley.

The Spitzingsee ski area belongs to the Alpen Plus ski pass association. Multi-day tickets are valid on all 75 mountain railways and lifts in the surrounding ski areas of Brauneck, Wallberg, Spitzingsee, Sudelfeld and Zahmer Kaiser/Tyrol. 

Snow Safety & Snowmaking

Snowphone+49 (0)8026 7099
Average snow depth of the last years (Summit)
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Must-Ski Runs

Longest Runs

Grünseeabfahrt
Length: 3.5 km
Vertical Drop: 500 m

Most Difficult Runs

Rosskopfabfahrt
Length: km
Vertical Drop: 150 m

Nightskiing

Nightskiing possible

Après-Ski and Nightlife

Bars and Pubs: 15
Clubs: 2

Dining and Restaurants

Restaurants: 30

Infrastructure & Rental

Skischools

Skischools: 4
Snowboardschools: 4
Cross Country Lessons
Carving Lessons
Freestyle Lessons

Ski Rental

Ski Depot
Sports Store
Ski Rental
Snowboard Rental
Cross Country Ski Rental
Backcountry Ski Rental
Telemark Rental

Contact

Alpenbahnen Spitzingsee GmbH
Spitzinseestaße 12
83727
Spitzingsee
E-Mail
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+49 (0)8026/9292230
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Comments

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cheerychapon 6 Jan 2011
Hi can anyone say how they found the resort from a downhill skiing persperctive, want to take my 20yr old daughter a first timer and I am a strong intermediaten skier, any tips for hiring kit and f...
David Krieger

I am a family of 5 - parents and 3 kids - 26/ 22 and 15. This will be the ffirst time all of us will be skiing. We are ENGLISH speaking and do not know German . Most likely we will be staying in the Alpen Club in Schliersee. Is there a suitable skiing school that the instructers speak English?? Are there easy skii trails (blue) - or all meduim (Red)and difficult (black). Can't find much site sin English - can you suggest English web sites

cheerychap@aol.com

TimothyMany thanks I found the ski hire and ski school stuff online already but was good you confirmed the same companies, I am taking my 20yr old daughter and am staying in Alpen club schliersee for the week. I take it this is the closest ski resort to schliersee. Plan on getting her a 5 days for 3-4 hours course, her first time I am a thrill seeker so will have 3 - 4 hours to play then become Dad instructor for the rest of the day and I hope we can find some good Apres Ski?Anymore advice is very much appreciatedRegardsNeil_____T. Porter wrote:@cheerychapThe resort is just perfect for intermediate skiers an dbeginners. It is smaller than most of the huge ski areas in Austria, which means it still offers great slopes for a couple of days especially for skiers who still want to improve. I took my son to the resort regularly to learn skiing. You should check out this website to look for rental equipment: www.skiverleih-spitzingsee.deFor lessons you should check out www.skischule-spitzingsee.de/Unfortunately ist mostly in germanHave funTimothy________________________

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