With 2962-meter tall Zugspitze in the back, Ehrwald is a perfect destination for outdoor lovers and guests in search of peaceful relaxation. Whether you are looking for a leisurely family hike or a challenging peak climb – the Außerfern offers something for hikers of all fitness levels. With a great choice of mountainbiking routes, the Außerfern is also a great place to explore on two wheels. In the winter, guests can get out and enjoy everything the cold season has to offer, including skiing, sledding, horse-drawn sleigh rides and Nordic skiing.
Skiing in Ehrwald
The Ehrwald’s three ski areas - Zugspitze, Ehrwalder Alm and Wettersteinbahnen – offer a variety of terrain for all levels, impeccably groomed slopes, a terrain park for snowboarders and freestyle skiers, and a choice of great ski schools for fun-filled ski holidays in Tirol's Zugspitz Arena. With great Nordic skiing, winter walking and (night) sledding, non-skiers will also find plenty to keep them busy in Ehrwald.
Summer in Tirol
Ehrwald offers more summer activities than you can shake a stick at, including mountain biking, hiking, mountaineering, climbing, running, Nordic walking and more. Golfers will enjoy the pristine 9-hole course, which is set against a stunning mountain panorama between Ehrwald and Leermoos.