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From GaPa Bahnhof to Grainau the train is like an ordinary train. In Grainau you change to a cog train. After Eibsee the cog train starts climbing up in a 4,8 km long tunnel, about 1400 vertical meters. Walk out of the train top station...More
Amazing train ride , done it before with the family in the summer, Winter was a whole new experience and very much worth it, Always good to check the web cam before going up, we had a superb blue sky day on Dec 25th, but...More
Situated right outside the back entrance to Garmisch Partenkirchen railway station (look for the signs) this is a convenient, if somewhat pricey, way to get to the Zugspitze. You have the opportunity to return by cable car to Eibsee and coming back on the local...More
The Cogwheel Train takes you up to the glacier on the Zugspitz where you can sled on the snow and walk around looking at the amazing views. In the winter you can also ski.
If you want to go to the top of the Zugspitz...More
We thought it was rather expensive just to ride a train. However, once we completed our trip we declared it was worth it! What a beautiful ride to the top of the mountain. Gorgeous scenery. It takes about 1.5 hrs. to get to the top....More
Situated in Garmisch Partenkirchen railway station,going through a tunnel on the other side of the station,U arrive in the area of Zugspitze complex, Generally,U are facing a long row of visitors ,waiting to obtain their tickets.
After the formalities,getting the tickets, U are waiting the...More
Arriving by Train from Munich there is only a short walk to Ticket office and the start of the Train trip . It can be a bit crowded but worthwhile . I took the Cog Railway all the way to the Glacier , then the...More
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Right behind the Garmisch trainstation, is the "Zugspitzbahn" station. You buy your ticket and board the train there. It also stops at "Hausberg", but there is no ticket office/mashine there, so you'll need to have bought... More
Right behind the Garmisch trainstation, is the "Zugspitzbahn" station. You buy your ticket and board the train there. It also stops at "Hausberg", but there is no ticket office/mashine there, so you'll need to have bought your ticket elsewhere. Once on the summit plateau, you can take the cable car running between plateau and summit facilities. BTW: That cable car is free-of-charge.