Tourist Information Schwangau

The Tegelberg cable car in Schwangau, Bavaria

Experience the Ammer Mountains

Whether gliding, or a family adventure or hiking - at Tegelberg in Schwangau, there ist a lot to experience and to discover. Several ski and flight schools plus the mountain sports centre will gladly help you in implementing your personal mountain experiences in the village of the royal castles.

The Tegelberg cable car

The Tegelberg-cable car takes you to a height of 1.730 meters. 

Each cabin can accommodate 44 people, the ride to the top takes about 10 minutes offering unique views of Neuschwanstein Castle and the Ammer Mountains.

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Summer toboggan run and playground at Tegelberg

Directly at the foot of Tegelberg mountain is the summer toboggan run and a huge childrens adventure playground.

Parents can easily monitor their children from the beer garden.

The mountain sport arena Tegelberg

The mountain sport arena Tegelberg, Schwangau offers a wide range for all mountain sports. Nature and sports enthusiasts will find their individual peak experience on the well-maintained hiking trails and climbing routes of varying difficulty.


The wintersport arena Tegelberg

Cable car, four T-bar lifts and modern snowmaking equipment with floodlighting guarantees everyone can enjoy Alpine skiing and snowboarding.

The DSV Nordic Active Cross Country Skiing Centre and on other trails in the Schwangau local area, cross-country skiers enjoy crystal-clear air and unique views. Regular laser biathlon for guests, completes the offer.

Wintersports in Schwangau

Kite flying Mecca of Tegelberg

With the Tegelberg cable car, your aircraft will be easily transported to the summit. Paragliders can find their Mecca. Optimum conditions and the best views of the region promise each flyer unforgettable impressions!

Archaeological Site at Tegelberg

In 1934, the first traces of a vast Roman estate (villa rustica) were discovered in the shade of the Tegelberg mountain, which was founded in the mid-second century AD.

In 1966 and 1996, other buildings have been excavated during the construction of the Tegelberg cable car station and the summer toboggan run.