Add a downhill, cross-country or snowboarding lesson to your winter stay at Alpen-Caravanpark Tennsee. Or explore glaciers and Olympic ski runs in the company of professional guides. A selection of popular offers from local ski schools follows. In direct proximity: Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Zugspitzplatt, Mittenwald-Kranzberg-Luttenseegebiet, Seefeld/Tyrol – you’re good to go!
Our snowy “am Barmsee” practice slope is just a quick walk in direct proximity to the campground. Particularly ideal for children and beginners; floodlights, ski lessons and refresher courses.
Luttensee/Kranzberg ski area
Put yourself right in the middle of one of the area’s most beautiful downhill experiences. The Kranzberg chairlift and 6 additional lifts open up an impossibly gorgeous ski area. Countless runs from bunny hills to heart-pounding diamonds.
Garmisch-Partenkirchen Classic – Osterfelder/Kreuzeck
Mountains of alpine skiing pleasure right at Tennsee’s doorstep on the three affiliated mountains of the Garmisch-Classic area: Hausberg, Kreuzeck and Alpspitze. 40 kilometres of skiable terrain at 700 to 2050 metres offer enticing runs, unique unforgettable experiences and five deep-powder slopes. Olympic tradition meanwhile meets the future of World Cup on the Kandahar-Runde while the Kandahar café/bar provides a regal après-ski setting for Italian coffee specialities or steaming mulled wine.
Zugspitze ski area
At 2000 and 2720 m elevation with seven months of pure downhill fun, the Zugspitze ski area is one of superlatives:
Beginner to intermediate runs cover a total of 22 kilometres at the “Top of Germany” on and adjacent to Germany’s sole glacier – skiing and snowboarding at its absolutely finest. Families with children, daredevils and freestylers are all equally attracted by the bounty of natural snow here. Get ready to be dazzled by the imposing mountain panorama and experience the unforgettable best of winter – it doesn’t get any higher than here!
Brauneck ski area
The Brauneck, Lenggries-Wegscheid ski area offers approximately 34 km of runs for every level. Beginners to intermediate skiers will quickly find favourites among the 22 red and 8 blue kilometres of runs. A total of 4 black-diamond kilometres meanwhile beckon more ambitious adrenaline junkies.
Or slow down a bit and take it all in on the 6 km long family slope from the Brauneck cable car mountain station down to Wegscheid. The free shuttle bus will return you to your starting point.
Insider Tip: Expert mogul fans will really get their money’s worth on Upper Garland.
Laber ski area
Now elevated to virtual cult status, the Laber Ropeway only fits eleven passengers and bobs you up and down the mountain to “North Slope” – Germany’s steepest ungroomed run: at times a paradise of powder, at times moguled through and through, a notorious thigh-twitching, lung-pumping rush of adrenaline – for serious experts only! 1 cable railway, 2.5 km ungroomed run, elevation: 874 – 1684 m
Further info available from the Laber-Bergbahn ropeway
Seefeld – Gschwandtkopf ski area
The ski resorts of the Olympic Seefeld region are merely but a good 20-minute drive from Tennsee. Designed to get any skier’s heart racing faster, these sunny groomed slopes and modern lifts deliver all they promise, even to professional athletes. Pure enjoyment from top to bottom.
Obergurgl/Hochgurgl ski area
approx. 61.6 km/55 min. from Tennsee
24 lifts: six 8-person gondolas, one 6-person gondola, two 6-person bubble chairs, four 4-person bubble chairs, one 4-person chair, 8 T-bars, 2 magic carpets; Total capacity: 39,400 people/hour.
Runs: 110 km in total (Hochgurgl ski area approx. 54 km, Obergurgl ski area approx. 56 km), rated as: 35 km easy (blue), 55 km intermediate (red), 20 km expert (black)
Kühtai ski area
approx. 62 km/1hour from Tennsee in Tyrol
Just 62 km to Austria’s highest winter sports destination. At 2020 m in elevation, Kühtai boasts an absolute guarantee of snow from early December long into spring. In addition to 37 km of skiing/snowboarding runs, Kühtai also features highly diverse Alpine touring options.