Bärenbad outdoor pool
In Berwang in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena you will find a particularly nice place for refreshment on hot days: the Bärenbad. It is one of the highest outdoor pools in Tyrol, surrounded by forests.

Yet you can still feel the summer here, because it is located on a sunny hill and offers pleasant water temperatures: 26 degrees in the swimming pool, 28 degrees in the children’s water world with play stream and bear fountain. The lawn covers almost 10,000 square meters, the adjacent sports center offers a forest playground, bouncy castle, mini golf, beach volleyball, tennis court and buffet. Bathing in the moonlight, surrounded by torches and candlelight, is very popular. It is offered on some evenings in July and August, where you swim straight into the sunset. Free access to the swimming pool with the Z-Ticket or the Tirol Regio Card.


6,000 square meters of family fun awaits young and old in the Bichlbach sports and recreation park. One of the highlights in this extensive area is clearly the 1,400 square meter swimming lake with an additional children’s area and a large lawn. What else makes a visit unique? Discover it now!

Diverse family joy
A trip to the sports and recreation park
While mom and dad let the sun shine on their bellies at the idyllic swimming pond, the kids enjoy lots of action and adrenaline. Whether it’s children’s rafting, mini golf, a climbing forest or a playground: if there’s one thing this sports and recreation park doesn’t offer, it’s boredom!

For adults, tennis and beach volleyball courts, mountain bike tours and numerous other promotional offers provide a change from sunbathing.

Tip: In this colorful adventure world, there has been a particularly fun sports highlight to try out for several years now: all generations have equal fun playing disc golf. If you want to train your body control, go climbing in the nearby climbing forest.

Good to know: When the weather is nice, the sports and recreation park is open from early June to early October – in July and August daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. there are limited opening hours

Zwemmeer Bichlbach

A cyclist’s paradise awaits you in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, where an impressive choice of routes suits every taste. Berwang, Ehrwald, Lermoos and Biberwier offer the greatest variety of routes, but the entire region enchants with picturesque gravel bike tours and cycle paths, as well as challenging MTB routes, embedded in a breathtaking natural landscape.

The highlight is the “Zugspitz 8”, a 112 km long tour that impressively combines the natural beauty and cultural diversity of the Bavaria-Tyrol border region. Ideal for everyone from families to serious cyclists, this route offers an experience unparalleled in the cycling world.

Explore the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena and discover your perfect route through one of Tyrol’s most beautiful cycling regions.

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From mountain carts to flying fox
What do monster scooters, mountain scooters and mountain carts have in common? They guarantee lots of fun for the whole family during a summer holiday in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. Great sports equipment takes you on special routes through the valley – thanks to the extra large tires, any uneven surface can be overcome. The Flying Fox in Bichlbach will also give you goosebumps – in a unique natural environment.

Pure adrenaline
Mountain carts and mountain scooters
The most important information for riding the monster scooter or mountain bike in Biberwier:

Starting point: : Sonnalmbahn Berwang valley station
End point: Sonnalmbahn Berwang valley station
Length of the route: 4.5 km
Height difference: 700 m
Minimum age: 6 years or 145 cm, depending on the device and route

Starting point: Marienberg Biberwier valley station; For hikers: Funroller station at the Sunnalm
End point: Marienberg Biberwier valley station
Length of the route: 7.4 km
Height difference: 700 m
Minimum age: 6 years or 145 cm, depending on the device and route
Opening hours: see www.sport-schoenherr.at

Funsport Biberwier

Experience the mountains on the Tyrolean side of the Zugspitze
Gentle valley hiking trails, demanding mountain tours, exciting adventure trails, challenging via ferratas: the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is rightly an extremely popular region among hikers, mountaineers and climbers. More than 150 different routes make a summer holiday in the spectacular world of the Alps a particularly varied experience. Conquering the famous Zugspitze at 2,962 meters is the highest feeling for many mountain enthusiasts.

A first orientation
The mountains of the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena
Before packing the backpack and putting on the hiking boots, a few words about orientation in the extensive hiking area: to the south lie the Lechtal Alps, to the east extends the Mieminger mountain range. Both are impressive two thousand meter high massifs separated only by the Fern Pass. The northeastern border is marked by the Zugspitze – Germany’s highest mountain at 2,962 metres, and the Wetterstein Mountains border directly on it. The Ammergau Alps stretch from Bavaria to Tyrol, where the Zugspitz Arena becomes slightly “flatter” in the northwest.

In brief:

South: Lechtal Alps
East: Mieminger chain
Northeast: Zugspitze
Northwest: Ammergau Alps
Ready to discover the unique mountain landscape of the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena while hiking, mountaineering and climbing?

Hiking adventure in the mountains.
Hiking trails and climbing routes around the Zugspitze
Should the tour be easy and family-friendly, or should it be a real sporting challenge? Sporty guests have numerous opportunities to actively experience the mountains in the summer in the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena. The fastest way to find the ideal route is to use the interactive travel planner. Here the extensive range of hiking routes and climbing options can be filtered based on individual preferences and requirements.

Tip: special events such as a romantic torchlight procession. You can always find the next dates in the events calendar.

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