Winter mountain lifts
Winter mountain lifts included
The holiday package with ski and snow experience from January 10 - January 27 2022 and from March 14 - March 17 2022*
Whether fun on the slopes with the whole family, hiking trips in the idyllic mountain landscape or action on the toboggan run - with the offer "winter mountain railways included" (Winterbergbahnen inklusive) everything is possible. This applies to skiers and snowboarders as well as hikers, snowshoe walkers and tobogganists. So guests can plan their holiday flexibly and experience the whole versatility of the Tannheimer Valley. Skiers and snowboarders can use all the mountain railways in the Tannheimer Valley and for hikers the ticket opens the doors to the railways in Tannheim, Grän and Nesselwängle.
*From January 10-27, 2022 and March 14-17, 2022, lift tickets are included Monday through Thursday for all guests who book a minimum three-night stay.
Skiing in six areas
Every day a different skiing area - in the Tannheimer Tal and Jungholz this is no problem. Skiers are spoilt for choice here. Whether sporty descents in Schattwald and Zöblen, beautiful natural snow slopes at Neunerköpfle and in Nesselwängle, panoramic piste fun in Grän or family fun in Jungholz. All this is possible with the "Winterbergbahnen inklusive" offer. Prerequisite is a valid Tannheimer Tal-Card. Skiers show their Tannheimer Tal-Card at the ticket office of the mountain railways and a ski pass is issued against a chip card deposit of two euros.
Mountain railway travel also for pedestrians
Hikers also get their money's worth with the "Winterbergbahnen inklusive" ticket, as it allows them to use the three mountain railways, which are allowed to carry pedestrians, free of charge. The offer is valid in Tannheim, Grän and Nesselwängle. A relaxed excursion to the "Panorama-Informator" or the "Sonnenpanoramahut" on the Füssener Jöchle near Grän, or to the largest summit book of the Alps on the Neunerköpfle is now possible. Another popular route is the winter hike to the "Haldenseeblick" and the snowshoe hike to the summit cross "Farrenegg" at the Nesselwängler Edenalpe.