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Germany Lift Ticket Deals

Get discount lift tickets and ski deals for skiing and snowboarding in Germany, including group tickets, family lift tickets and cheap ski pass deals.

Resort Name Snow Last 48 Hours Current Specials
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Berchtesgadener Land no data No Deals Get Notified
Garmisch-Partenkirchen no data No Deals Get Notified
Hinterzarten Breitnau no data No Deals Get Notified
Lenggries no data No Deals Get Notified
Mittenwald no data No Deals Get Notified
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Oberjoch Bad Hindelang no data No Deals Get Notified
Obermaiselstein Grasgehren no data No Deals Get Notified
Oberstdorf no data No Deals Get Notified
Reit im Winkl no data No Deals Get Notified
Rettenberg no data No Deals Get Notified
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Scheffau no data No Deals Get Notified
Skiliftkarussell Winterberg no data No Deals Get Notified
Spitzingsee no data No Deals Get Notified
Todtnauberg no data No Deals Get Notified
Willingen - Upland no data No Deals Get Notified
Wintersportzentrum Feldberg no data No Deals Get Notified

Skiing in Germany

In a country noted for technological achievements, one recent project stands out: the Zugspitze aerial tram that whisks skiers and snowboarders to Germany’s highest mountaintop. Completed in 2017, the cable car established several world records, including longest unsupported stretch between towers (3,200 meters or 1.99 miles), tallest aerial tram support tower (127 meters or 416.67 feet), highest elevation gain in one section (2,000 meters or 6,562 feet) and longest distance traveled in one section (4,500 meters or 2.8 miles). While the ride to the 9,718-foot Zugspitze summit is mostly used by summertime visitors, you can hop on to ski the glacier snowfields of the Zugspitze resort. And there are other wow factors skiing the German Alps: the picturesque village of Berchtesgaden, the top-rated facilities at Steinplatte-Winklmoosalm, the historic Garmisch Partenkirchen complex, the country’s largest resort. Although skiing and snowboarding in Germany is somewhat overshadowed by its big four Alpine neighbors to the south, the German resorts have retained much of their small-town flavor and lack the overdevelopment one finds at resorts in Switzerland, Austria, Italy and France. Get your German winter adventure started by checking out lift ticket deals at GetSkiTickets.com.