About Lermoos - presentation, information, photos and recommendations
Lermoos lies on one of the old trade routes through Europe and - like the rest of the Ausserfern region - is relatively isolated from the rest of Austria. Lermoos has historically had much in common with its German neighbours to the north and was recently described as one of the most economically booming areas of western Austria.
Lermoos is situated in a bowl with its neighbour Ehrwald on the opposing side. The slightly elevated position of the village gives spectacular views across to the Zugspitze, Germany's highest mountain, and the rest of the Wetterstein and Mieminger mountains.
The village is located around three main streets along the main roads to Reutte, the Fern pass and Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Much of the through traffic has however been diverted into a tunnel built underneath the ski mountain.
The ski slopes are easily reached from both the Fern pass and the Reutte ends of the village. The runs are interesting, although limited for advanced skiers, who will be more interested by the opportunities available in the other resorts included in the weekly pass and easily reachable by car or train.
Lermoos | Lermoos is an attractive village with a small but interesting ski area. Part of the draw as a destination for holiday skiers is the inclusion on the Happy Ski Card lift ticket, which also offers the nearby resorts of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Ehrwald
(amongst others) for those who have a car available
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