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Hiking tours around the Zugspitze

Enchanting peaks and blissful trails around the roof of Germany

The German Bavarian part of the Alps is quite beautiful, something to be seen once in life. So why not take a journey around the highest mountain in this part of the Alps. You will discover green meadows, snow-covered peaks and stunning waterfalls.

Mount Zugspitze, 2962m high, is easily reached by taking a cable car. But a truly wonderful week you will spend walking around the bottom, sleeping in little towns and picnicking for lunch.
7 days/ 6 nights
Travel period
17.05.2024 - 06.10.2024
Anreise: Daily
Bookable from
1 person(s)
Total length of tour
70 km
Characteristics of the tour
Level of difficulty: easy – averageCircular tour (1st and last overnight stay in the same hotel)Partner tour (arranged by another tour operator)Travel with dog
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  • Day 1: Individual arrival to Garmisch-Partenkirchen/ Surrounding
    This cute town is famous for the winter sport, which plays an absolute huge here. And even if it is summer, take some time to stroll through the alleys and small roads. Get accustomed to the Bavarian style of living and maybe get your first “Brotzeit” here.
    Overnight stay in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
  • Day 2: Garmisch-Patenkirchen – Mittenwald/Klais (approx. 16 km, walking time: approx. 5 hrs)
    Finally your journey around the mountain Zugspitze started. One of the highlights of the tour is the Partnachklamm (Partnach gorge), the entrance fee is not included, but it will be totally worth your time and money. Where else can you walk between sheer rock walls with a river under you? Later you will walk along peaceful meadows towards Klais or Mittenwald. If you want to, you can rush one part of your journey by taking the tram, but the fee is equally not included.
    Overnight stay in Mittenwald or Klais
  • Day 3: Mittenwald/Klais – Leutasch (approx. 14 km, walking time: approx. 4 hrs)
    The next part of your journey goes along the Leutscher Ache. It was cut out of the rock and the way on wooden planks is a bit adventurous, but also it is really safe on them. On your way to Leutasch Valley the great big massif of Wetterstein throws its shadow over lovely meadows and your way. Finally in Leutasch you can relax your feet or spend some additional time on your feet taking a stroll through the town to get to know the Tyrolean style of living
    Overnight stay in Leutasch
  • Day 4: Day off or lake tour (approx. 9 km, walking time: approx. 3 hrs)
    You can use today to rest a bit and gather new strength or you can take a nice hike on the "Jakobsweg" or to the great view of the Brunschkopf..
    Overnight stay in Leutasch
  • Day 5: Leutasch – Ehrwald (approx. 17 km, walking time: approx. 5 hrs)
    You have to take the bus to the nature paradise Gaistal, where todays journey will start. On meadows along the road you will be able to see some livestock in form of cute Haflinger horses, cattle and Scottish Galloways. Keep walking on the Ganhofer path towards the Ehrwalder Alm. The Bavarian author Ludwig Ganghof has spent quite some time in this valley and a lot of his novels are inspired by it. Later you can take the cable car down into the valley and walk further on to the Ehrwalder Alm, where you will spend your night.
    Overnight stay in Ehrwald
  • Day 6: Ehrwald – Garmisch-Partenkirchen/surrounding (approx. 12 km, walking time: approx. 4,5 hrs)
    Now with the mountain Zugspitze in direct view, walk towards it. You will get to the Eibsee view, which is a famous panoramic view. After making this memory unforgettable, take the train back to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, where your journey stared and will end.
    Overnight stay in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
  • Day 7: Individual departure
    We hope you enjoyed your journey around the bottom of the mountain Zugspitze. Maybe we can attract you with a few additional nights in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and a travel up the mountain. Or another journey somewhere? We will help you planning and booking so you can enjoy your vacation.

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Services included

  • 6 x overnight stay in accommodations with 3-star-standard
  • 6 x continental breakfast
  • Downhill fare cable car Ehrwald
  • Zugspitze Cable Car ride Eibsee – Garmisch-Partenkirchen
  • Luggage transfer from accommodation to accommodation (9 am - 6 pm; any number of pieces of luggage per person, maximum 20 kg each)
  • 1 package with maps and information material per room (in English language)
  • Telephone-service-hotline during your walking holidays

Additional services

Please feel free to add the following value-added services to the basic travel package of the tour around the Zugspitze:

  • Additional nights at Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Please note: Additional costs for your dog (e.g. for public transport or in the accommodations) are not included in the tour price and have to be paid on site.

Accommodation categories

We book hiker-friendly hotels and inns with 3-star standard for you.
It is possible to book this hiking tour in accompanied by your dog. We are happy to request dog-friendly accommodation for you. Please ask us for an individual offer and let us know the size and breed of dog.

Further information

Please note that in some cities accommodation taxes, visitor's taxes, etc. apply. Unless otherwise stated, these are not included in the tour price and must be paid locally.

This cycle trip is not recommendable for travellers with mobility impairments.

Arrival & Departure

How to get to the tour

Tips on how to get to Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Arrival by train:
Garmisch-Partenkirchen is well connected to Germany's major train stations. On weekends, you can use the direct connections from Germany's major cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, Cologne, Frankfurt or Nuremberg. There is also a regional train from Munich. You can find current timetable information and price information at

Arriving by car:
By car, you can reach Garmisch-Partenkirchen via the A95 autobahn. At the end of this, follow the B2 to Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
On the A8 freeway, drive in the direction of Augsburg and turn onto the B17. This federal road leads you via the B 23 to the B2, which brings you to the center of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. On you will find a good overview of public parking lots and parking garages.


  • Prices for services included
    incl. luggage transfer
    Price validity: 17.05.2024 to 09.06.2024
    769.00 € per person
    969.00 € per person
    Price validity: 10.06.2024 to 30.06.2024
    859.00 € per person
    1,059.00 € per person
    Price validity: 01.07.2024 to 25.08.2024
    929.00 € per person
    1,129.00 € per person
    Price validity: 26.08.2024 to 16.09.2024
    859.00 € per person
    1,059.00 € per person
    Price validity: 17.09.2024 to 06.10.2024
    769.00 € per person
    969.00 € per person
  • Prices for additional nights
    Garmisch-Partenkirchen (18.05.-09.06.2024, 17.09.-06.10.2024)
    89.00 €
    124.00 €
    Garmisch-Partenkirchen (10.06.-08.09.2024)
    99.00 €
    168.00 €

As always...

5% Early Bird Discount
on all active holidays

until 29/02/2024 (upon the basic package price)