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Leisure Time

The Werdenfelser Land and Garmisch-Partenkirchen offer one of the most beautiful landscapes in Germany. You have an incredible view of the Wetterstein Mountains and the Zugspitze already from the apartment. Here are some great destinations in the village and tours for you and your children:
in the town:

miniature golf
Summer toboggan run at the ski jump
carriage rides
Bouldering hall for beginners and advanced skiers
Kneipp path in the spa park
Alpspitz wave pool (the spa card allows you one-time free admission.)

With the Kurkarte you have all public transport in the village free of charge.
In the neighborhood:

Take the Eckbauerbahn to the mountain station. Enjoy the view and make your way to the Partnachklamm. Small tip: do not forget flashlight. The circular route then takes you back to the parking lot of the Sprungschanze.
The Zugspitze can be reached by gondola or rack railway. The view is incredible.
Climbing forest on Wank with nearby Frauendorfer panorama restaurant and small playground.
The cows waterfalls in Farchant. They first run flat through the adventure trail, past the Kneipp basin and then to the waterfalls.
Fairytale Forest Peiting

This is just a small view of the possibilities in and around Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Biker Magazine Germany writes ..

It is a dreamlike spot that nestles in the hollow between Ammer, Ester and Wetterstein mountains. A green floodplain where Partnach and the Loisach rushing from Tyrol unite. And in the middle of this basin lies the two-part Garmisch-Partenkirchen. It’s a bit strange that you can visit two separate, separated by the Partnach villages, even if the two places since 1935 officially one. Two fire brigades extinguish it, two traditional clubs are clattering, and of course two ski clubs are waving over the slopes. And although it may only be at the regulars’ table, a certain rivalry is cultivated alongside the tradition. Anyway, it is certain that one can confidently call Garmisch-Partenkirchen the sports capital of Germany. At least in the winter. Ski jumps and all sorts of cable cars, for example on the local mountain, which for the sake of simplicity is even called that.