There’s no shortage of majestic mountain views in Germany as this is where you’ll find the Bavarian alps. Mount Zugspitze, Wetterstein’s highest peak and Germany’s tallest mountain, towers at 2,962 meters above sea level. It is nestled on the southern part of the Garmisch-Partenkirchen town, lying on the border between Austria and Germany.
Mount Alpspitze, also part of the Bavarian Alps, is a little shorter at 2,628 meters above sea level. Not only has it been hailed as one of the Northern Limestone’s most attractive mountains, it is also made the symbol of the Garmisch-Partenkirchen town.
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