The Zugspitze-Exhibition enhances visitors’ awareness of the historical developments of Germany’s most famous mountain. Two toboggan runs, Germany’s highest church, an igloo village and excellent mountain restaurants are reason enough for smiling faces.
The Zugspitze, (German pronunciation: [ˈtsukʃpɪtsə]; Southern Bavarian: Zugspitz) at 2,962 m (9,718 ft) above sea level, is the highest peak of the Wetterstein Mountains as well as the highest mountain in Germany.
Zugspitze is a wonderful experience not only for the beautiful scenery but other features like the cable car ride, views and the other amenities found at the top. The scenery speaks for itself whereas the new cable car system is an engineering masterpiece.
Zugspitze, mountain on the border between Germany and Austria, the highest point (9,718 feet [2,962 metres]) in Germany. Zugspitze is part of the Wettersteingebirge in the Bavarian Alps.
It was an amazing experience being on the top of Germany.Lovely weather and a restaurant on of it was lovely