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Miesbach

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90 % Recommendation rate:

Resort 8.8
Ski area 8.6
Information about the ski area
Spitzingsee-Tegernsee
Highest point: 1,580 m
Lowest point: 980 m
Altitude ski resort: 700 m
Lifts in total: 11
Tow lifts: 8
Chair lifts: 3
Gondola lift: 0
Pistes in total: 20 km
Pistes:
8.5 km
Pistes:
7.5 km
Pistes:
4 km

Ski area Spitzingsee-Tegernsee

Ski area Spitzingsee-Tegernsee

With the lift pass "Alpen Plus" you will have access to four ski areas of the region with a total of 85 km of pistes and 43 lifts.

The ski area closest to Miesbach is "Spitzingsee-Tegernsee" at an altitude of 1,100 to 1,600 m, which extends around the summits of the mountains Stümpfling and Roßkopf. About 20 km of mainly easy and medium difficulty pistes offer winter sports fun also for families and beginners. Pros will find a challenge with the longest run of the ski area in the eastern part leading across the Grünseealm. At the Untere Firstalm freestylers can run wild in the MINI fun park. Due to the good infrastructure and snow conditions from December to March Spintzingsee-Tegernsee is one of the most popular German ski areas.

Additionally, three more ski areas are included in the lift pas "Alpen Plus": Brauneck-Wegscheeid in the Tölzer Land with 34 km of pistes, Sudelfeld near Bayrischzell with 32 km of pistes and Wallberg with 3 km of pistes.
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Night skiing Miesbach

The Spitzingsee-Tegernsee ski area offers a very special highlight for skiers who have not used up all their strength on the piste during the day: if enough snow has fallen, the "Stümpflingabfahrt" piste is prepared for night skiing. Night owls can enjoy skiing to the full even at nightfall and under floodlights. The night ski slope is always open on Thursdays and Fridays from 18:30 to 21:30. And that's not all: the "Jagahütt'n" am Stümpfling and the "Basislager" at the valley station are also open for refreshments. If you need some help getting started with night skiing, you can book one of the evening courses at the local ski school.

Après ski Miesbach

The Spitzingsee-Tegernsee ski area has two umbrella bars with a quite cosy atmosphere. Here you can enjoy a drink before heading back to Miesbach to ring in a peaceful afternoon or evening. All those who still want to have a drink or two in good company after skiing will find various bars and pubs in Miesbach. For a hearty dinner there are numerous inns and restaurants to choose from.

Guests looking for peace and quiet as well as nature lover will find relaxation in Miesbach - for example on a winter hike or snow shoe tours in the region's varied networking of hiking trails. For example, you can hike from Miesbach all the way to lake Schliersee. The track is diverse and family-friendly, and it leads through the extensive hedge landscape, far away from busy roads.

There are also more than a dozen toboggan- and snow tubing runs that are suitable for the whole family in the surrounding area. For example, one of the longest prepared toboggan runs in Gernam with a length of 6.5 km can be found Wallberg. Fans of ice skating make their rounds in the ice stadium in Miesbach, where an ice disco takes places once a week. As an alternative programme in bad weather, you can visit on of the numerous events in Waitzinger Keller, the cultural centre of Miesbach. The neighbouring resort Hausham (approx. 6 km from Miesbach) has a cinema which shows current feature films.

Snowpark: MINI Snowpark Spitzingsee Miesbach

The Spitzingsee-Tegernsee ski area has a renowned snowpark which is one of the best snowparks in Germany. The MINI Snowpark is located at Nordhang lift at Untere Firstalm, and offers a considerable set up of boxes, rails, jib tons, as well as six to eight kickers. Here, absolute pros of the snowboarding scene have learned freestyling, and now and then you can still meet therem in the park. The obstacles are built under the direction of head shaper Martin "Poschi" Roschenrieder, which is another characteristic for the outstanding quality of the park. Safety advantage: Protectors can be borrowed free of charge at the lift.

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Expert rating report Spitzingsee-Tegernsee

The rating report Spitzingsee-Tegernsee comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

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(3.5 out of 5 stars)

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