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Bavaria – home to beer, bratwurst and beautiful mountains

Grab your Lederhosen, the Bavarian mountains are Germany’s best kept secret.

Pretty and traditional resorts, much like Austria, but quieter. Welcome to Germany.

For 200km between Liechtenstein and Salzburg, Germany’s southern border runs through the mountains connecting it with Austria. There’s very little to distinguish between the two regions, you’ll find the same customs, language and love for bratwurst and beer – as well as other alpine favourites. German resorts are less frequented than their Austrian counterparts, but offer good connections to the international hub of Munich airport, making it an ideal weekend hit. As for the skiing? The resorts themselves are quite small but perfect for short breaks and easy descents.
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Our favourite ski resorts in Germany

Here are just some of our top ski resorts. To find the perfect one for you, speak to one of our specialists.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen ski resort
Garmisch, a charming winter sports town in southern Bavaria, offers a unique ski experience near Germany's highest mountain, Zugspitze. With 60km of slopes spread across Garmisch classic and the glacier, including a dedicated children's area, visitors can enjoy the festive atmosphere reminiscent of Oktoberfest.
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Oberstdorf ski resort
Oberstdorf, a picturesque town on the edge of the Bavarian Alps, is part of a ski region that includes Nebelhorn and Söllereck. With 24km of pistes, 38 ski trails, and direct access to Nebelhorn from the town, it caters mainly to intermediate skiers and features a fantastic terrain park with a halfpipe.
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Baldershwang ski resort
Balderschwang is the third largest ski resort in Germany, offering 41km of slopes with reliable snow cover. Enjoy night skiing or indulge in local delicacies and beer for a relaxing evening.
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Brauneck ski resort
Brauneck features 32km of slopes, but with the Alpen Plus lift pass, you can access a total of 83km across four resorts. From a children's area to challenging mogul pistes and night skiing, Brauneck caters to all abilities.
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Spitzingsee ski resort
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