景色超美，交通方便，上山搭火车下山搭缆车 ，饱览风景上面有雪橇可以玩，令人屏息的雪白绵延山脉 虽然门票贵了点，但值得一来！一整天的行程都可以待在这里
我和我的孩子于2014年圣诞节登上峰顶的。登缆车的地点是Eibsee。在德国的Garmisch-Partenkirchen乘缆车上山有三个地点，若要上海拔2962米的楚格峰，一定要在Eibsee这个缆车站。我们是一个成年人一个孩子，购缆车家庭票57欧元。这一日山顶气温摄氏零下10度。天气预报说次日将降温到摄氏零下18度，再次日摄氏零下27度。这日登上峰顶后风雪交加，特别是风力特别大，雪珠打在脸上发疼。在楚格峰的象征物 -- 一个金色十字架前可以找到数码相片的操作器，拍摄照片后可登录他们指定的网站免费下载照片。由于今日山顶风雪交加，能见度很差，10外都是白茫茫的。这次是我第二次上楚格风，非常值得再来。
将近垂直上升的缆车 让我们在几分钟之内不费吹灰之力便登上德国第一高峰 虽是阳光普照 确是零下八度的气温 视野有够赞
第二天一早我们将车停在民宿，步行至火车站准备搭乘火车再从艾比湖转缆车上山。楚格峰（Zugspitze）:属于阿尔卑斯山系，楚格山脉主峰，位于德奥边境，海拔2962米，为德国境内最高峰。一边等车一边远眺楚格峰。话说这个价格也真不便宜呐，家庭票（2大1小）109欧，不过好象欧洲这种上山的火车都不便宜，记得当年上少女峰和马特洪峰也是觉得死贵死贵的随着火车向着楚格峰爬去，巴伐利亚山区田园风光徐徐映入眼帘，仿佛闻到了一阵阵清新的青草香味儿……这样的健康生活方式真是让人羡慕不已啊 可惜国内的上班族总是假期少得可怜呐 象这样悠闲的度假可实在是太“奢侈”了~
Great views if you are willing to work your way through the skiiing crowd. We rented some sleds for the kids but the sledding areas were not well marked or easy to get to for those who choose not to ski.
I have been up the Zugspitz several times since the early 1980's.....If it is going to be a one time thing be sure the weather is clear because you need need a nice clear day to see everything.....on a pretty clear day you can see all the way to Italy.........the North side of the Zugspitz is in Germany and the South side is in Austria...when you get to the top you can walk into Austria where the souvenir shops are.........you can get some fantastic photos while at the top.....I have always rode the cable car up and down the mountain but you can ride a train which you can catch in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, it tunnels up the mountain and takes quite a bit more time than the cable car.........we have always had a car and drove to the cable car site at the bottom........if you have the time I am sure it would be nice to ride the train from town all the way to the top and down..........remember to go on a nice day....we went up back in 2009 and could not see a thing except clouds.............enjoy your trip....Bill in North Texas
The lodge is beautiful & friendly. Very kid friendly too. We snowboarded and there were really no crowds. Lifts were quick & well tended.
We took our kids to the top via the train, enjoyed some sledding and lunch, then came down via the cable car on the Austrian side. We're definitely skiing up here next time!
The sun was shining on the September day we rode the gondola to the top of the Zugspitze. We purchased our tickets at the visitors entrance. We were packed like sardines in the gondola but the views as we ascended to the top were incredible and we watched Lake Eibsee, at the foot of the mountain, grow smaller and smaller. Our warm coats were needed at the top where it was just a little bit windy. We toured the museum and walked the many decks to take in the views, stopping for a bratwurst and beer for lunch. We enjoyed watching many climbers in their gear climb up to the cross that was at the peak. What an awesome experience being at the top of the mountain! You could easily spend the whole day there just taking it all in.
Stunning views. Visited in Fall, 2014. Be prepared for colder weather on the sumit than in G-P. Its worth it to take the Bavarian Zugspitze Railway to the top.
Take the trip up Zugspitze for a wonderful day out. Buy the combination ticket from the train station in Garmisch, and then take the train, cog train, and cable car up to the highest mountain in Germany. Just the journey up to the peak is amazing and a real adventure for kids. But the view from the top is incredible. There are a couple of cafes at the top and you can have a beer in a tiny Biergarten too. Cross the border into Austria too at the summit for an added bonus. Remember to wear warm clothes if you're going in the spring or autumn. It's easy to forget it can be cold at the summit.
Fantastic views on a clear day. You may be disappointed if there is thick cloud because you may see nothing, particularly in the winter months.