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Ski resorts in Germany

Looking for your next ski resort in Germany?

Planning a ski trip to Germany? Use our comprehensive guide to find ski resorts in Germany. Use the list below to find all ski resorts in Germany. Click on the specific ski destination to get more info. On the list you can find information about mountain stats, snow reports, weather forecast, lift info and slope statistics.

Let us help you to find your next favorite ski resort in Germany. Where should I go skiing in Germany? If you’ve asked yourself this question while planning your next ski holiday, then our big database is here to help you. Find the best ski destinations in Germany and start planning your vacation right here.

The ski season in Germany is one of the best in the world. Whether you’re dreaming of wide snowy slopes with white perfect snow or deep wild powder. Germany has it all! Go to Germany to ski and you will experience all that any skier dreams about. Lots of sun, deep snow and good beer and world-class après ski.Germany offers many different ski resorts and destinations. Germany has everything from small cozy mountain villages to large modern cities with smart shops and centers. Lots of destinations also offer ski-in ski-out, which is ideal for families with children.
If you are for group holidays, Germany is ideal. Many ski resorts in Germany offer great cozy cabins, apartments or hotels.

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What is special about ski resorts in Germany?

The ski resorts located in Germany are located in the slightly of the Alps bordering Austria. By skiing in Germany you often get a cheaper ski holiday than in many other countries. In Berchtesgaden, which consists of 4 ski areas, recent years have become very popular among the skiiers from all over the world. The most famous areas are Oberstdorf and Garmisch-Partenkirchen, the latter being the only glacier ski area in Germany. The Olympic Winter Games were held in Garmisch-Partenkirchen in 1936.

Therefor you have to find ski resorts in Germany

The hallmarks of the German ski areas are many weekend skiers, due to the popularity of skiing in the country, thousands of skiers drive to the ski resorts in southern Germany every weekend. In the Harz Mountains, Braunlage, Hohegeiss and Hahnenklee are good accommodation for skiing holidays.
In northern Germany there are ski halls, where you can easily get in shape for skiing in the Alps or have a good experience for the whole family. At Hamburg, the Alpincenter is Hamburg-Wittenburg, which is Europe’s largest indoor ski hall with an area of 30,000 m2, and which in the winter season is open every day until kl. 23:00.

Information about Germany ski resorts

When skiing in Germany, you can not escape the smell of German sausages or German national Eisbein mit Sauerkraut. Another German tradition is Christmas markets, found in strips along the alps, where you can keep the heat with glühwein in several flavors. In Hamburg, they also have Christmas market and why not take a warm-up ski trip and combine with Christmas skiing after a ski trip in the Alpincenter Hamburg-Wittenburg ski slope and get all the Christmas presents home for Christmas

List of ski resorts in Germany

Parameters Definition
Resort The name at the ski & snowboard resort.

If some resorts are connected to other resorts in networks* and have combined their names, Ski Resort Statistics will split these up anyway. For example, with “Flachau / Wagrain / Alpendorf” in Germany. On our website we have divided these resorts individually: “FlachauFlachau / Wagrain / Alpendorf“, “WagrainFlachau / Wagrain / Alpendorf” and “AlpendorfFlachau / Wagrain / Alpendorf“.
That way, it is possible for you to find the city / resort you are looking for while we providing the correct information.

* / cooperations / consortium / union / federation / regions

Network The name at the network the resort operates with.

Also called: cooperations / consortium / union / federation / regions

Country The name of the country in which the resort is located
Continent The name of the continent in which the resort is located
Heighest point The highest mountain point at the ski resort
Lowest point The lowest possible point to ski at the ski resort
Child friendly Is the ski resort child friendly or not?

We evaluate the resort’s family friendliness based on certain criteria and parameters.
It includes: number of starts slopes, family offers, ski schools, childcare, prices on ski passes, etc.

Ski pass prices adult  The price shows what it costs for 1 adult for 1 day in the main season in Euro€.

For resorts outside of EU, and EU-countrys there don’t use Euro €, we have converted the amount to Euro €.
For example, we have converted all US resorts using Dollar $ to Euro €.
This we have done so our database becomes more transparent and comparable.

Ski pass prices children  The price shows what it costs for 1 children for 1 day in the main season in Euro€.

For resorts outside of EU, and EU-countrys there don’t use Euro €, we have converted the amount to Euro €.
For example, we have converted all US resorts using Dollar $ to Euro €.
This we have done so our database becomes more transparent and comparable.

Season  Shows when the resort normally start and end the ski season. 

Note that it allways will depend on the weather and snowfall.

Ski map  Link the latest updated ski map for the resort.

We try to redirect you to the official resort ski map.

User rating From a scale 1-5, where 5 is the best, how do the users of the resort considering the resort?
E-mail  Official e-mailadress to the resort.
Website  Official website to the resort.
Beginner slopes  The total amount of “beginner” slopes in kilometer at the resort.

“Beginner slopes” contains “children”, “blue” and “green” slopes.

Intermediate slopes The total amount of “intermediate” slopes in kilometer at the resort.“Intermediate slopes” contains “red” slopes.
Difficult slopes  The total amount of “difficult” slopes in kilometer at the resort.“Difficult slopes” contains “black”, “advanced” and”expert” slopes.
Total slopes  The sum of “beginner slopes” + “intermediate slopes” + “difficult slopes”
Longest run The longest possible run at the ski resort, without using any lifts.
Snowparks  Does the resort have one or more snowparks, or not?
Nightskiing  Does the resort offer skiing on illuminated slopes?
Surface lift etc. The amount of lifts in this category: T-bar, Sunkidslift, Rope lifts and people mower
Chairlift etc. The total amount of chairlifts.
Gondola etc. The amount of lifts in this category: Gondola, Train lifts, Funicular, Combined gondola and chairlifts, Helicopter lifts, Snowcats and Aerial tramways.
Total lifts The sum of “surface lifts etc” + “gondola etc” + “chairlifts etc”
Lift capacity  How many passengers can the lift system at the ski resort mowe in one hour?
Total lifts open  The amount of current open and runnings lifts at the ski resort. 

Updated daily.

Total Snow cannons  The total amount of snow cannons at the ski resort.
Avg snow last 5 seasons  The average snow depth for the last 5 seasons.

The average is calculated by taking the mean of the snow depth at the top and bottom of the mountain.
Calculated on the basis of either winter season (week 45 to 15) or summer season.

Current piste quality
Current upper snow depth
Current lower snow depth
Current Fresh snow
Last snowed
Snow next 9 days
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