There is plenty of outdoor winter fun to be had in Germany, especially in Bavaria, to the south of the country. Snowshoeing, of course, is no exception, and a great way to explore the beautiful snow-covered peaks of the German Alps!
Don’t miss the chance to go snowshoeing in Germany in the winter. It is a great way to explore some of the beautiful snowscapes of the country, especially in the Allgaü region located to the south in the Prealps and Alps. This area of Germany is known for its glaciers, lakes, mountains and castles, as well as for its delicious Bavarian beer!
The high altitude locations have a colder mountain climate with sub-zero temperatures. The summers tend to be warm and predominantly moderate.
Flying into Berlin is one of the easiest routes into the country, though it is located in the northeast. Munich is also home to a large international airport for southern adventures. Trains make access to slightly smaller destinations relatively easy, from Hamburg in the north to Stuttgart, Rosenheim, and Garmisch in the south. Otherwise, driving is also an option.
For snowshoeing, during the winter months, between December and March.
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