In Germany, the ski season begins in November on the Zugspitze

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Germany hopes the 2020/2021 ski season goes as planned. Trails on the highest mountain in Germany – The Zugspitze seems to be the first to be ready to welcome winter sports fans. Subject to all strict rules to combat coronavirus, it will be possible to slide down the mountain, weather conditions permitting, starting from November 13.

In the summer, the companies that own lift lifts have gathered tremendous experience in transporting guests who love to walk in the mountains, – said the representative of the Bavarian Zugspitzbahn cable car in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. To use the lift – be it a passenger cable car or a drag lift – everyone except children under six must wear masks. After climbing the mountain, skiers can ride the slopes without covering their mouth and nose. However, on the slopes, you should keep a distance of at least 1.5 meters from other guests. Forecasters reported that the first snow has already fallen on the highest mountain in Germany (2,962 meters).

Most ski resorts, including the Classic ski area below in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, also plan to open as early as December before Christmas, depending on when there is enough snow on the slopes. The prescribed measures to combat the coronavirus are the same everywhere: masks on lifts, distance, if possible, cashless payments at the box office.

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