Skiing Spitzingsee-Tegernsee, © Dietmar Denger

Skiing around the Tegernsee

Perfect conditions out on the piste

Fantastic weather, stunning views, and picture-perfect pistes – as a winter sport region, the Tegernsee has all this to offer and more.

While some might prefer to sit by the fire and wait for spring, it's no wonder that others can't help but strap on their skis. The Tegernsee area offers ideal conditions for every level of skill, with pistes ranging in difficulty from blue all the way to red and black.

While families will appreciate the easy-going Kirchberg lift in Kreuth, more advanced skiers and snowboarders can head to Spitzingsee-Tegernsee skiing area to push themselves to the limit. Also popular among families, this resort offers another 20 kilometres of skiing enjoyment from December to April, along with rustic cottages and professional ski schools.

Snowboarders and freeskiers, meanwhile, will find the more challenging conditions they're looking for at Snowpark Spitzingsee.

Spitzingsee-Tegernsee ski area is part of the Alpen Plus network, which is an association of ski pass providers and mountain transport operators that accept one another's tickets. The network includes four winter sport regions in Bavaria. 

From Rottach-Egern, it takes just 10 minutes to reach the skiing region Spitzingsee-Tegernsee. During the ski season, over the Christmas and Carnival holidays, and at weekends in January and February, free shuttle buses operate between the toll station at Enterrottach and the Moni-Alm (via the Suttenbahn).