An amazing experience going up the top of Germany Zugspitze. We took the cable car going up and then the train coming down. They are both pretty unique and great experiences, totally recommend doing t...
The highest point (2962 meter) and for sure under the top 10 in Germany. For a family a bit too expensive. For 2 adults and 2 kids you must pay around 170 USD. For this you can go up and down one tim...
It was Beautiful but with Corona we couldn’t easily walk in and back out. We had to walk 2 miles up a steep and treacherous mountain on slippery mud and rocks then walk back down again. It was very ...
The Zugspitze, at an altitude of 2,962 meters, belongs to the Alps and is the highest mountain in Germany.
This is near the Austrian border. There are two very rare glaciers in the mountains. It is a very famous glacier ski resort in Germany and the highest ski resort in winter.
Generally, you need to drive to the Ebou Lake cable car station and take the cable car to the top of the mountain. It takes about 2 hours for the cable car to line up. It is skiing on the mountain and it is very convenient to rent ski equipment.
Come here to experience the fun of skiing.
The spring and summer scenery here is also very good. There are mountains and lakes with grass and the photos are beautiful.
Traveling to Germany can't be done with three must-see attractions: Swan Castle, Kings Lake and Zugspitze (German: ZUGSPITZE). Today we are talking about this Zugspitze.
Zuger Peak Although there is no height of Mount Everest, the altitude is only 2962 meters, but as the first peak in Germany, it is still a holy place that many people yearn for conquest. The Zugspitze belongs to the Alps, the main peak is located near the Bavarian border between Germany and Austria, and there are two glaciers in the mountains that are extremely rare in Germany.
Located 350 meters below the Zugspitze, the flat plateau on the valley is the highest ski resort in Germany and the only glacier ski resort.
About Zugspitze, many mysterious and touching stories have been circulated among the German people.
Because the mountains are steep, the clouds are haunting, the terrain is complex, and no one dares to explore for a long period of time. People say that Zugspitze does not welcome people to explore the mountains. People who want to conquer it have never gone back.
The Alps are located in the south-central Europe, covering northern Italy, southeastern France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, southern Germany and Slovenia. Not going to the Alps is equivalent to not coming to Europe. I recently chatted with friends about the Jungfrau in Switzerland. My friend said that the Swiss Alps are the tallest version of the West Sichuan. Its a bit hot to say. The so-called high version is not to say that the scenery here is better and more worthwhile (beauty is not different from person to person), we say that the taller is only relative consumption. The Zugspitze is the highest mountain in the German Alps, with a focus on being close to Fissen. There are two roads to the top of the mountain, one for the train and one for the cable car. This train has a special spicy, called a small train. There is no pressure on the upper slope and it is guaranteed not to fall. When I got to the top of the mountain, I saw a little blue sky, and there was a little sunshine on the horizon. However, the blue sky behind is becoming scarcer, and the sunset in the corner is still strong. With a telephoto, you can also take a few details, the sunrise is infinitely magnified, infinitely beautiful. Figure 3 This golden shelf is the highest peak. It can be taken up. It seems to be repairing or doing it that day? Anyway, the road is sealed. Figure 2 is a burning cloud, and this luck is also very good.