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Spitzingsee Ski Resort Guide

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Spitzingsee Ski Resort Guide


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Spitzingsee Ski Resort Guide

First, Spitzingsee photo


Photo credit: Hans

Firstalm, Spitzingsee photo


Photo credit: Hans

Slope Stats

  • 1693m

  • 713m

  • 980m

  • Acres of ski:-
  • Pistes:21
  • Snowmaking:-
  • Halfpipes:-
  • Terrain Parks:1
  • X-Country:-
  • beginner25%
  • intermediate60%
  • advanced15%

Spitzingsee in Germany is a large resort with 16 lifts ( 1 gondola, 2 chair lifts, 13 surface lifts) that offers skiers an impressive 713 metres (2339 feet) of vertical descent. Spitzingsee has 21 pistes with a total length of 23 kilometers (14 miles). Spitzingsee is best suited to intermediate skiers and snowboarders but there is some terrain for beginners and advanced skiers. We have no information about the existence of any cross country ski trails at Spitzingsee. For snowboarders, there is a terrain park. The nearest airport is at Munich.


  • Nearest Airport:Munich
  • Nearest Train Station:-
  • Tourist Office Phone:+49 8026 7099
  • Tourist Office
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  • Season opens:3 Dec 2016
  • Season closes:2 Apr 2017
  • Lifts:16 ( 1 gondola, 2 chair lifts, 13 surface lifts)
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  • Issued:22 Oct
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Today’s Weather (1336 m)view full snow forecast

partly cloudy
5 S5
2 °CF-Level
5 NE5
4 °CF-Level
10 SSE10
5 °CF-Level

Spitzingsee Location Maps

Spitzingsee Location Map

Visitor Reviews of Spitzingsee

ridR from Germany writes:

As Spitzingsee is only 40 minutes from the centre of Munich it´s getting crowded on week-ends. But they got 2 new big chair lift´s that work pretty well. However, be aware of heavy traffic-jams all the way from/to Munich.

It is the first mountain range getting hit from the snow clouds arriving from the north, unloading large amounts of snow regularly and offsetting the lack of altitude (this fits for all German alpine resorts. At mid-winter usually the 2000m high Nebelhorn near Oberstdorf f.e. offers more snow than the 3000m high Sölden area located south in Austria).

Spitzingsee isn´t very big but works well for a 1 or 2 day trip. If you´re planning to stay longer think about buying the 'Alpenplus card' covering all nearby resorts, even some smaller Austrian spots.

Unusual for a resort of this size, Spitzingsee offers a very good snow park for all levels, even pros find they are challenged on well shaped 20+ meter jumps. Expect a big variation of jumps and rails, but no half-pipe.

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