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In the water and on the water, on land, and in the mountains – at the Eibsee lake, you have diverse options for enjoying the summer. Absolutely unique: the crystal-clear Eibsee at the base of the Zugspitze, 1,000 m (3281 ft.) above sea level...more
Heaven on earth. Crystal clear waters, fantastic views of the surrounding mountains, including Zugspitze. Surpassed all my expectations. There’s a walking trail around the lake that takes a total of about 2 hours to finish. We ended up finishing it while looking for a private...More
This is just next to the Zugspitze cable car base point. The laske is just stunning with a turquoise crystal clear water. There are a lot of places where you just sit and call a picnic. You can also rent boats, paddle boards here.
Eibsee is a beautiful lake located near the cable car station and train station going to the Zugspitze. If visiting the mountains, make sure to set aside a few hours to explore the lake. It is possible to hike around the lake.
Arrived early up on the lovely little train walked anti clockwise. I'm a person who doesnt necessarily like heights and can get anxious. This place was very relaxing and calm. Walked the full perimeter took loads of pics. Had a nice swim in the lake...More
The turquoise water and mountain backdrop make this a most beautiful and photogenic lake. It's possible to walk all the way round the lake, but if you prefer you can just find a favourite spot and sit contemplating the scenery.
Went there last winter on a beautiful day with bright, blue sky. The place was peacefully quiet and the calm, turquoise waters was reflecting a mirror image of its surroundings and the majestic snowy mountain... It was simply perfect and breathtaking!
The lake is just...More
We didn’t see any but there are so many isolated areas that once we found such a place, we got down to the water from the hiking trail, and used towels to make screens for one another to ensure privacy and changed into... More
We didn’t see any but there are so many isolated areas that once we found such a place, we got down to the water from the hiking trail, and used towels to make screens for one another to ensure privacy and changed into swimming gear that way. It was no problem.
Response from johnmM754OI | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately, not that I know of. I'm pretty sure the bus networks will get you there, but we have always had a car. I guess you could take the train to Garmisch, then the Zugspitzbahn to the Eibsee. I guess I would... More
Unfortunately, not that I know of. I'm pretty sure the bus networks will get you there, but we have always had a car. I guess you could take the train to Garmisch, then the Zugspitzbahn to the Eibsee. I guess I would search the bus/train network systems to see. Sorry, I'm not much help.