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Build your confidence, or reawaken forgotten skills free from fear, at this forgiving ski resort, which sits in a picturesque Austrian enclave. A rare geographical quirk means Jungholz is almost entirely surrounded by Germany - so you’ll enjoy the best of Austria’s powdery snow, without missing out on the fairy-tale beauty of Bavaria’s mystical castles. Ideal as a first time resort for the entire family, Jungholz is a quiet, but disarmingly friendly place to stay.

Things to see

The village’s ski resort, Jungholz Skigebiet, is perfect for beginner and intermediate skiers, offering plenty of well-maintained blue and red slopes. The resort is also north-facing, so there’s a reliable covering of snow throughout the season. Don’t worry if you’re an adrenaline junkie - you won’t leave Jungholz’s gentle slopes disappointed. Visit nearby Alpspitz to whizz across the snow while clinging to a rope attached to the back of a car, or to feel the thrill of your feet dangling in thin air while trying paragliding. Don’t miss Germany’s fastest zip line, either - the AlpspitzKICK - which has a speed record of a hair-raising 98.75 mph. Great skiing, and spine-chilling thrills, are only part of Jungholz’s tale. Cross the German border, and take the gorgeous hike up through fields of waving cowbells to Falcon Rock. Described simply as, ‘wild, romantic.’ by Ludwig II - who planned to build an elaborate castle there - you’ll feel just as inspired as the Bavarian King himself as you look down over the pretty whitewash villages below. To see one of the ambitious projects he did manage to complete, visit the enchanting turrets of Füssen’s Neuschenstien Castle, which was the inspiration for Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle.

Hotels in Jungholz

The attractive hotels in Jungholz are designed to help you unwind and recuperate after a long day tackling the bewitching landscape that surrounds Jungholz. So get ready to enjoy lactose-banishing massages, joint-softening swimming pools, and strength-replenishing breakfast feasts. The town’s accommodation is affordable and homely, and the huge rooms are filled with feather-soft beds, comfy sofas and flat-screen televisions. Let the kids run wild in the play area outside, or sit back on your wooden balcony to chink glasses of wine, and watch as the sun casts golden light over the snowy mountains.

Where to stay

You can’t help but feel at home as you wander the cozy streets of Jungholz, and start to recognise the same friendly faces. Geography fans have to hike the Steinberg Mountain during their stay in the village. A small black cross at the summit marks the convergence of four international borders - one of only three such ‘border crosses’ in the world. The German town of Nesselwang is a bit bigger than Jungholz, and offers a little more to eat and drink - try a perfectly juicy Bavarian steak in a dimly lit, atmospheric restaurant. The Alpspitzbahn ski lift makes it easy to leave the town’s onion-topped church behind, and head deep into the jagged mountain backdrop, to enjoy all the skiing or hiking you can handle.

How to get to Jungholz

The easiest way to reach Jungholz is to fly into Munich, as the Bavarian capital is home to one of Germany’s biggest airports. Car rental is simplicity itself, and you can drive across in less than 2 hours. The much smaller Friedrichshafen Airport is a little closer to Jungholz, and a number of seasonal services land there from across Europe during the winter.

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