Garmisch-Classic Skiarea

Three mountains for unparalleled winter fun

The Garmisch-Classic ski area promises alpine ski fun to suit every style – from leisurely to downright ambitious.

By interlinking the three mountains, Hausberg, Kreuzeck and Alpspitze, a diverse ski area encompassing 40 kilometres of pistes and five downhill runs with artificial snow making facilities has been created. 

Families and less experienced skiers feel well at home on the predominantly easy to moderate slopes. Young skiers can learn the basics at the “Kinderland” next to the top station of the Hausbergbahn cable car. Challenges for skiers of all abilities can be found just below the Alpspitze Peak on fabulous slopes just above the tree line – against one of the most beautiful backdrops to be found in the northern Alps.

The home of ski fever

The long tradition of major sporting events can be felt at Kreuzeck. The inspiring atmosphere of the 2011 FIS Alpine Ski World Cup in particular, is still very fresh in everyone’s memory! While sporty downhill enthusiasts whiz down the Kandahar downhill run and its 940 metres in altitude difference in around two minutes flat, pleasure skiers can savour the experience of making wide carving turns. Forget about getting the fastest time; you will have the best time of your life at the Garmisch-Classic ski area!