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  • 1 Summit of the Zugspitze Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    At 2 964m, the Zugspitze is the highest peak in Germany. The exceptional panorama and skiing zone justify the considerable tourist facilities set up here. Starting from Eibsee, a rack railway train takes you up to the Zugspitzplatt station at 2 650m...

  • 2 Partnachklamm Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    A track starting at the «Forsthaus Graseck» Hotel leads to the gorges: the path, carved into the rock, crosses two spectacular valley necks among roaring waterfalls. You can also take this walk in winter, when there is a magical decor of icicles.

  • 3 Wank Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    From the summit, you can see the entire Wetterstein range and a vertiginous view over the Garmisch-Partenkirchen basin. By following one of the many paths that weave between the forest and the mountain pastures, you can obtain a view of the surroundi..

  • 4 Eibsee Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    This tranquil lake lies in a superb forest setting at an altitude of 1000m, just below the Zugspitze. A path takes you around the peak: a walk of two hours or so.

  • 5 Garmisch-Partenkirchen Old Church Interesting

    Religious buildings


    The old church lies in the picturesque Loisach quarter. Its interior consists of a hall with 2 equal naves. The Gothic vaulting, dating from the 16C and characterized by liernes and tiercerons (ancillary ribs), is supported by a single central pillar..

  • 6 St Antony's Church, Garmisch-Partenkirchen

    Religious buildings

    St. Anton 1

    This is a pilgrim sanctuary dedicated to St Antony. In 1738, a second oval nave was added to the original octagonal one (1708). This second nave has a cupola decorated with frescoes by J-E Holzer.

  • 7 Philosophers' Way

    Nature and gardens

    St Antony's Park (St.-Anton-Anlagen) is the starting point for this panoramic path, which offers wonderful open views over the surrounding massifs, including the Zugspitze rising up behind the Waxenstein.

  • 8 Partnachklamm

    Nature and gardens


    To get to the Schneeferner cirque from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, you simply take the rack railway train. The ascent lasts 75min. You pass through a 4 500 m-long tunnel just before reaching Zugspitzplatt at the end of the line. Between October and May, ..

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