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Fascination ... Tiroler Zugspitz Arena

The Zugspitz Arena is highly regarded amongst alpine sport enthusiasts, which does not come as a surprise, as it is located amongst the most beautiful peaks in Tyrol.

The views from two or almost three thousand metres are simply too enticing to stay in the valley. But this does not always have to mean a classic alpine hike or climbing tour. There are numerous tours and long meandering walks that lead to dramatic waterfalls and mysterious alpine lakes, botanical sensations and culinary and cultural revelations.

Brief Alpine Information

To the South, mountain ranges stretch as far as the eye can see – the Lechtaler Alps from the West and the Mieminger mountains from the East. Both towering ranges of two thousand meters are only separated by a remote mountain pass.

In the Northeast, the border is marked by the highest mountain in Germany, the Zugspitze at 2,962m, and aligned with the Wetterstein mountain range.

In the Northwest, where the Zugspitz Arena becomes a bit ‘flatter’, the Ammergauer Alps stretch from Bavaria into Tyrol.

Many alpine meadows are farmed and traditionally host the Tyrolean cows for their summer holidays.

In select alpine pastures you can experience how fresh milk is turned into cheese. In rustic alpine huts, bacon and homemade farmer’s bread will give you strength for further exertion; two or three schnapps on the other hand will tempt you to stay put and enjoy the traditional atmosphere.

The hiking season starts shortly after the snow has melted and only ends when you can once again strap on a pair of skis.

At Singer Sporthotel & SPA we offer professionally guided tours throughout the summer FREE OF CHARGE with our guide Gerd.



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