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Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a spa and ski town in the Oberbayern region of Germany. The town was originally made up of two separate towns, Garmisch and Partenkirchen, but have been brought together and have been functioning as one since 1935, when they were merged for the 1936 Olympics. A premier destination for winter sports, this little town has a lot to offer visitors. Ski resorts and spas abound in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Germany's highest mountain Zugspitze is accessible from here. There are plenty of opportunities to explore nature, go hiking or just relax at a world-class spa while taking in the stunning scenery.
In mezzo alla natura primitiva si estende uno dei centri di vacanza meglio attrezzati della Germania del sud. Oberstdorf è la città più meridionale e più in alto della Germania, essendo situata su un'altezza di 815 m. Malgrado i 12.000 abitanti la cittadina nell'Algovia ha conservato il suo carattere da villaggio. La pubblicità dell'ufficio del turismo la presenta como luogo per vacanze e per le famiglie, luogo di convegni e di cura, e paese di montagna. Considerato il volo con gli sci disputato qui Oberstdorf ogni 10 anni, è anche uno dei posti più importanti del mondo.
Established in 1978, Skiliftkarussell Winterberg is a popular ski resort that attracts visitors from all over the world, especially from the Netherlands. Boasting of 25 ski lifts, the resort is a popular skiing destination in winter and during summer it has amenities for downhill biking. Apart from offering several cross-country skiing trails, this place also serves as a host to several events for winter sports such as skeleton, sledding, wok racing and bobsleigh.
Ofterschwang is a municipality and a ski resort situated in Bavaria. This wonderful ski resort regularly plays host to Alpine ski world cup events. Apart from skiing, Ofterschwang offers fun and exciting activities like mountain biking, parachute flying and hiking among others. Tourists from around the country visit to Ofterschwang in large numbers making it a popular Bavarian tourist destination.
Großer Arber is the highest peak in the Bavarian-Bohemian range which is located on the border of Germany and Czech Republic. The summit is located at a height of 1455.5 meters (4775 feet) above sea level and is known as the 'King of the Bavarian Forest'. Apart from being the highest peak, it also has one of the largest skiing resorts in the region. With skiing being a popular sport, many hikers and mountain climbers frequent this spot.