Insider tips and culinary delightse
Hardworking hikers encounter old traditions and customs in the region around the Zugspitze. There are also lots of secret tips. Find out now which region-specific destinations are waiting for Eurohike holidaymakers!
Cow bells ringing and green meadows: when the cows come back from the mountain at the end of the summer during the cattle drive, a colourful spectacle takes place in the valley. Beautifully decorated towns, a parade and lots of good mood sweeten hiking holidays in late summer.
Off to Austria’s highest home brewery: In the Alpine brewery, the delicious drink is brewed with fresh mountain spring water. The small brewery on the Zugspitze offers three varieties.
Eating with a view: Whether it’s a heavenly cheese fondue or a breakfast at sunrise – high up on Germany’s highest mountain, you can eat well. Do you appreciate tasting regional delicacies and products on a hiking holiday? Then you are spot on in the region around the Zugspitze.
Hiking tour: Around the Zugspitze
Whether with your loyal four-legged friend, your favourite person or with friends: a hike from Garmisch to Leutasch is always a good idea. In seven days, you will pass the unique mountain panorama and the warmth of Bavaria can be felt everywhere. The best thing about the tour? The Zugspitze greets you every day with its majestic sight.
Small highlights in between are the wildly romantic gorges and the unique beauty of the German and Austrian landscape. The varied hiking tour, which requires a good level of fitness, is suitable for young and old. Larger differences in height are usually covered with transfers or a cable car.
All in all - a hike for everyone with a fantastic panorama.