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In the shadow of Zugspitze, the tallest mountain in Germany, lies the charming village of Lermoos. With 27 kilometres of slopes that boast perfect powdery snow in the winter season, there's plenty of space for the advanced skiers, as well as the family groups who are attracted to the area. You can also enjoy the small, traditional village after a day on the slopes, with wooden shuttered buildings and cosy bistros serving the hearty Tyrolean cuisine of the area.

Things to see

Ski season from December to April sees the village at its busiest, with the chairlifts and gondolas full of excited skiers eager to zoom down the extensive trails. The forest trail cuts through dense woodland, or you can choose the panoramic run for spectacular mountain views. Once a week there is night skiing which allows you to enjoy the run under a blanket of stars, and there's a snowboard only area which means there's plenty of space for everyone. Reach the bottom of the slopes and the aprés-ski can begin, with wood panelled bars serving generous tankards of local beers. Lermoos also has cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and even night hikes through the snowy trails. The weekly ski show offers breathtaking stunts and jumps which thrill the families in the audience, and there are also lots of facilities for kids such as theme days and ski lessons for the youngest members of the family. When the snow melts, the trails are ideal for mountain bikers, with jumps and drops to thrill, and the lush green hills are ideal for hiking and exploring in the fresh air.

Hotels in Lermoos

If you are looking for Lermoos hotel deals, there's a wide selection of accommodation on offer, and most hotels in the area are in traditional ski lodge style, with balconies and large fireplaces. Retire to your guestroom in the evening and you can enjoy amenities such as premium bedding, cable television, daily housekeeping, and in-room safes. Hotels in the area also have features such as restaurants, full-service spas, shops, and free WiFi to make your trip easier. Those coming to the area for winter sports will also be pleased to find practical features such as ski storage, ski in and ski out access, saunas, and spa tubs on site.

Where to stay

Lermoos has small, winding streets surrounded by Swiss style buildings with pointed roofs and window boxes. Many visitors are drawn to the remote nature of the village, and so there are minimal shops outside of the usual ski hire and outdoor supply stores. However, there's an excellent range of bars and restaurants in a small area, from pizzerias with wood fired ovens, to traditional restaurants with outdoor terraces and spectacular mountain views. In the summer months you'll also find many hotels opening their outdoor pools, allowing you to enjoy the endless greenery of the area as you take a cool dip.

How to get to Lermoos

Lermoos is a stop on the Ausserfern Railway, which travels between Germany and Austria, and you can arrive here from Munich, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and other popular stops. Innsbruck Airport is also just an hour away from Lermoos by car, and this busy hub has flights arriving from across Europe on a daily basis. From Innsbruck you can take a train to Mittenwald, and then change to Lermoos, with the public transport option taking around 2 hours. In the ski season, there are also specialist shuttle services from the airport in coaches or minibuses, and this can be a quick and cheap way to get to your hotel.