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Environmental friendliness/environmental protection Spitzingsee-Tegernsee

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Environmental friendliness of the ski resort Spitzingsee-Tegernsee

The Alpenbahnen Spitzingsee operator uses environmentally-friendly power to run all lifts which are therefore CO2 neutral. The combi-ticket by transport operator BOB between Munich and Fischhausen-Neuhaus (Schliersee) is an attractive offer. As well as the return journey by train and bus transfer, it also includes a day ski pass. Skiing in reforestation areas is strictly forbidden. Public transport by ski bus is promoted. Bus lines and the Bayerische Oberlandbahn (BOB) rail operator make it easier to travel to the resort without a car.

Public transportation/on-site mobility

  • No direct train connection
    The nearest train station is Fischhausen-Neuhaus (Schliersee) which is operated by the BOB (Bayerische Oberlandbahn). From there, a bus takes you to the base station of the Stümpflingbahn lift.
  • Ski buses
  • Scheduled buses
  • A free ski bus runs between the Kurvenlift, Spitzingsattel and Stümpflingbahn lift. It serves all hotels at the Spitzingsee lake. A ski bus also transports winter sports enthusiasts from Rottach-Egern to the Suttenbahn lift. Bus lines link the Schliersee and Spitzingsee lakes.

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