Mountain Ascent trips – Germany

Conquer the behemoths of Bavaria and scale the enticing peaks at the southern border on a mountain ascent program in Germany!

With a thread of the Alps extending into Germany, there are plenty of great climbs in the heart of its countryside that will leave you breathless. Take on the Franconian Jura Mountains near Nuremburg or summit Zugspitze for a challenging ascent only Germany could provide – the options are endless. So grab your climbing boots and head into the German Alps for a one-of-a-kind adventure on a German mountain ascent!

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Germany has an exciting array of great climbs at its southern border, including some compelling Alpine ascents. The Zugspitze (2,962m) is its tallest mountain, followed by Hochwanner (2,744m) and Watzmann (2,713m).

The mountain ascents in Germany at times require sustained climbs and can exceed 10 hours in duration. It is a great location to get valuable experience on medium-sized peaks before taking on the other indomitable peaks in the Alps and Himalayas.

The scenic views of Germany’s peaks are part of their draw. Views into picturesque Austrian villages of the south, as well as those into the surrounding enchantment of Bavaria, make for incredibly beautiful adventures.

 

 

Good to Know

 

Weather

Germany has warm summers and cold winters, though temperatures at higher altitudes tend to be more severe. The climate is temperate and continental, with pleasant summers and not a substantial amount of rain.

Language

German

Currency

Euro (EUR)

How to Get There

Berlin, Frankfurt, and Munich are directly connected to international cities like New York, London, Istanbul, Sao Paulo, and Tokyo. The rail system in Germany is also efficient, so domestic travel is a breeze. Other European cities can make there way to Germany by rail as well.

Country Code

+49

Best Time to Visit

June through September and October are the best months to visit.

 

 
 

 

What People Say

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I recently climbed the Zugspitze with you and I really enjoyed it. The guide was through Rudi who at the
time could not climb but got me another guide, Toni from Garmisch. He was excellent and I really enjoyed the day. I would like to say a big thanks to Rudi and Toni and Lupe.
Rudi is hands down the best!! Such an awesome trip to the top!
Communication through emails was a bit bad, but the trip itself was tons of fun!

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