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=== Zugspitze ===
 
=== Zugspitze ===
The highest mountain of Germany, with breathtaking views over the surrounding area. There are many ski-ing and rodel opportunities on the glacier. You can stay on top of the mountain in a small hostel; the [http://muenchnerhaus.wachterhaus.com/ Munchner Haus] but book well in advance. To visit the Zugspitze in the summer, you can buy a round trip ticket (€52 for adults, €38 for 16-18 year olds, €30,50 for under 16, for more prices and info of combinationtickets see [http://zugspitze.de/en/summer/preise/zugspitze here]) which enables you to ride the Zugspitzbahn from Garmisch Station to the Sonnalpin (glacier). From the glacier, you can take the cable car to the Zugspitze. It takes about 1.5 hours to take the train. A faster way to go up the mountain is to take the Zugspitzbahn to Eibsee, and then take the cable car up to the Zugspitze. Purchasing a round trip ticket gives you access to any round trip route of your choosing up the mountain on the German side. If all you want to do is go up the Zugspitze, and if you have access to a car, it can be cheaper to go up the Austrian side on the Ehrwald Zugspitzbahn (€40,50 per adult, see [http://www.zugspitze.at/zugspitzbahn/nl/gipfelbesucher_sommer.html here] for more information and prices). Both the German and Austrian cable car lead to the same area. <small> 2015 summer prices shown</small>
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The highest mountain of Germany, with breathtaking views over the surrounding area. There are many ski-ing and rodel opportunities on the glacier. You can stay on top of the mountain in a small hostel; the [http://muenchnerhaus.wachterhaus.com/ Munchner Haus] but book well in advance. To visit the Zugspitze in the summer, you can buy a round trip ticket (€52 for adults, €38 for 16-18 year olds, €30,50 for under 16, for more prices and info of combinationtickets see [http://zugspitze.de/en/summer/preise/zugspitze here]) which enables you to ride the Zugspitzbahn from Garmisch Station to the Sonnalpin (glacier). From the glacier, you can take the cable car to the Zugspitze. It takes about 1.5 hours to take the train. A faster way to go up the mountain is to take the Zugspitzbahn to Eibsee, and then take the cable car up to the Zugspitze. Purchasing a round trip ticket gives you access to any round trip route of your choosing up the mountain on the German side. If all you want to do is go up the Zugspitze, and if you have access to a car, it can be cheaper to go up the Austrian side (€40,50 per adult, see [http://www.zugspitze.at/zugspitzbahn/nl/gipfelbesucher_sommer.html here] for more information and prices. Both the German and Austrian cable car lead to the same area. <small> 2015 summer prices shown</small>
  
 
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