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Beginner-friendly rating Spitzingsee-Tegernsee

Test result3 out of 5 stars

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Beginners Spitzingsee-Tegernsee

Beginners can find a perfect practice slope at the Lyralift. The slopes further down to the Valepperalmlift are also beautifully wide and easy. At the base station of the Kurvenlift, there is the Bayernhang tow rope giving access to an easy slope. The run on the Dreitannenhang is beautifully wide and easy. It can be accessed from the Kurvenlift, disembarking just after the 2nd turn, and then taking an easy cat track through the forest. To go back to the Kurvenlift, you once again take a cat track through the forest. From the Tegernsee lake side (Sutten) there are no options for beginners. The slopes in the upper area of the ski resort are all intermediate and difficult. They are not suitable for complete beginners. However, anyone already confident on skis could tackle the wide intermediate slopes.



Information for beginners

  • Easy and manageable slope offering, which is easy to achieve
  • Wide slopes
  • Beginner's area
  • Practice lifts near the base
  • Separate lift ticket for beginners/point ticket

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