A holiday region on the sunny side of the Zugspitze. The Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena consists of 7 small enchanting villages: Ehrwald, Lermoos, Berwang, Biberwier, Namlos, Heiterwang, Bichlbach and Lähn-Wengle.
As many say, the most beautiful of this region is the view over Ehrwald. Many a photo indicates the sunny side of the Zugspitze, on which the village of Ehrwald can be found. And now let it be that Haus Brabant gives a panoramic view of this beautiful Zugspitze.
On top of the Zugspitze (2962m) you can even see the highest mountain in Austria (Grossglockner).
Beautiful hikes start from Haus Brabant, for the avid hiker, the Nordic walker, but also for the more climber. Haus Brabant is located in a valley surrounded by mountain peaks, which means that you can make many kilometers as well as height meters. Cycling a round is therefore very easy or very difficult for those who are fans of it. Cycling / mountain bike routes abound, from simple to real calf biters.
But the guts who the mountains are never too high for, they go paragliding from the mountain.
In the Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena you will find 8 mountain lakes. Many water sports are possible here; diving, rafting, cayoning, or a round of supping. Around the corner from Haus Brabant you will find a beautiful large waterfall that flows into a river where you can canoe.
In winter, the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is a perfect ski area for families and beginners, but also for guts. Because let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to get rid of the famous black Kandahar?
Snow is guaranteed due to the presence of snow cannons and the glacier on the Zugspitze. The Tyrolean Zugspitz Arena has 142km of slopes, various fun parks, off-piste stretches and challenging routes for the children. For those who like excitement, adventure and action you will also find Snowparks and Freeride trails.
You can walk onto the trails from Haus Brabant, and you have 110km of trails available for free!
In winter you often think of cold and snow. But did you know that high temperatures are often reached in winter in Austria? The dry mountain air is often less cold than you think.
But if you really do not like sports, in the sun on top of the mountain, with a nice cup of coffee you will also get through your day.
The arrival is particularly attractive: The Tiroler Zugspitz Arena can be reached from Germany free of charge by toll and vignette (A7, A95).