First snow contact in the Kinderland
It's the little guys and girls who call the tune on the slopes of Hausberg in the Garmisch-Classic area. Runs that are perfect for beginners and Kinderland with numerous attractions provide all kinds of fun and let children get to know the fascination of snow by playing.
The beginners' area at an altitude of 1,310 meters (4,300 feet) is popular among families with children. The slopes here are mostly of relaxing easy to medium difficulty. Small fans find ideal terrain in Kinderland near the Hausberg mountain station. A "magic carpet" – a conveyor belt sunk directly into the snow – as well as three T-Bars for beginners float the snow bunnies to the top.
Newly designed Kinderland for future downhillers
The Kinderland has been given a whole new look for the 2014/2015 season, with a “pit stop” theme. Various elements such as curves, cones and gates make sure the little “racers” stay on the right track as they practise new techniques and discover the joy of skiing. Parents can watch the progress of their little ones from the comfort of the new spectator stand. Hungry little skiers can look forward to lovingly prepared children’s menus in the Drehmöser 9 ski lodge, only a few metres away.
- When accompanied by their parents, children under 6 years ski for free.
- Children under 6 years that are participating in a ski course will require a valid ticket. The so-called “Kinderlandticket” is available at all Bayerische Zugspitzbahn ticket offices and includes use of the Hausbergbahn lifts as well as our Kinderland.
- The Bayerische Zugspitzbahn offers attractive family tariffs for families with children between 6 and 18 years
- The Bayerische Zugspitzbahn has so-called half-day tickets for parents who intend to take turns in caring for their children. Ski passes are not transferable to a third person.