Oberstdorf ski resort is located on the German-Austrian border. Oberstdorf, a huge, scenic, cosmopolitan but surprisingly little-known Bavarian resort, and the Austrian district of Kleinwalsertal, which is completely bordered by Germany, make up the “Zwei-Länder” (Two Countries) ski region. The two locations together provide a plethora of decent skiing.
This ski area is ideal for everybody, whether they are traveling with family, friends, or on their own. In Germany’s biggest ski area, 55 cable cars and lifts will take you up to 2,224 m, where you can discover 128 kilometers of piste in the finest alpine conditions. The run spectrum ranges from open pistes for carvers to tricky variation courses with deep snow enjoyment for specialists. All of this on four mountains in two countries – the Fellhorn/Kanzelwand dual-country ski area straddles the border between Germany and Austria! Skiers may enjoy a variety of activities, such as resting in the pool, taking a dog sled trip, or winter canyoning through Kleinwalsertal’s beautiful natural surroundings.
At an elevation of 813 meters, Germany’s southernmost town makes the hearts of winter sports enthusiasts race. The 31 lifts transport tourists to around 45 kilometers of piste. Because of its excellent temperature and many recreational activities, the low-traffic resort is particularly appealing to families.