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Lots of fun here. We went up via the cablecar, it was through a mountain so not much to look at, but then you reach the glacier. Sled down from the station and take a walk on the snow and ice. Afterwards, take another cable...More
Zugspitze is a wonderful experience not only for the beautiful scenery but other features like the cable car ride, views and the other amenities found at the top. The scenery speaks for itself whereas the new cable car system is an engineering masterpiece. One can...More
This excursion was one of my top highlights while touring Germany. Taking the cog train from Garmisch-Partenkirchen to the final stop where you will find spectacular mountain views with villages nestled down below. Then rid the gondola a short distance to the top where you...More
Zugspitze is Germany's highest point and is right on the border with Austria (in fact, once you're up there you can walk across in Austria and back again). As so many other reviewers have said, it is absolutely spectacular. We took the round trip upon...More
I took the train from Garmisch-Partenkirchen and had to transfer trains before reaching the plateau short of the summit. To reach the summit you need to take4 minute a cable car ride (included in the train price). The view is breathtaking.
What an amazing site.... this was the last place we visited, I didn’t know what to expect, I did not read what Zugspitze is, I was told it’s the highes summit of Germany. The place is very organized~We took the cable car going up,a very...More
Went for a day visit to Zugspitze in the Garmisch-Partenkirchen area of Bavaria, Germany.
A true WOW! I have been twice to the Swiss Alps, Zermatt area and I always thought this was the ultimate location for a mountain peak experience...
This visit to Zugspitze...More
This is a must in Bavaria. The Tram goes up the German or Austrian side. We could see all of the 400 mountain peaks and 4 countries clearly on this visit, 2018. The first time we went in 1988 it was snowing and we could...More
We traveled here from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, on the German side, and took the tram into Eibsee from the Zugspitze summit. We noted there is parking near the tram station there, and I believe it is a pay parking lot.