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Famous for its bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton track; Winterberg has held many championships over the years, and records have been broken on its icy tracks. Up in the surrounding mountains you'll also find many skiing and snowboarding trails, with facilities from children's slopes and ski schools, to advanced slopes and exciting off-piste opportunities. In the summer, the rolling green hills of the Sauerland area make it ideal for hiking, biking, and many other outdoor activities in the fresh mountain air.

Things to see

Ski season runs from early December to the end of March, and there's generally a thick, powdery layer of snow that makes for excellent conditions. In addition to the 21 pistes, you'll find a tobogganing trail, Nordic skiing tracks, snow kiting, and many other unique features. You can also check out the events at the bobsleigh, luge, and skeleton track, or visit the Wintersportpark which has snow making facilities to ensure the best conditions. Close to town the Skiliftkarussell Winterberg is also very popular all year round, and this includes many ski jumps and places to practice your skills. In the warmer months you can enjoy hiking and biking, as well as running tracks where you can appreciate the spectacular views. Hire a motorbike and zip around the area, or book tee time on one of the golf courses for a more sedate day out. You'll also find many spas in the town with relaxing facilities, or can enjoy Erlebnisberg Kappe, a lively outdoor adventure parks where kids can swing from trees or whizz down long slides.

Hotels in Winterberg

There are Winterberg hotel deals available all year round, with a wide selection of 4 to 5 star accommodation in the surrounding areas. Winter sports enthusiasts will enjoy features such as ski-in/ski-out access, ski storage, shuttle services to the lifts, and steam rooms for after a long day on the slopes. Many hotels also have a selection of bars and restaurants, as well as room service, cafés, and snack bars right on-site. You can choose guestrooms of different sizes from singles to family sized suites, and enjoy amenities such as premium bedding, pillow menus, bathrobes and slippers, separate sitting areas, complimentary toiletries, and premium television channels with pay movies.

Where to stay

Winterberg is a small, traditional town surrounded by tall pine trees, and nestled in amongst the mountains. Here you'll find many of the old style half-timber houses, as well as log cabins and wooden huts where cosy aprés-ski evenings can be spent. There are pavement cafés along the winding streets, as well as restaurants with terraces where you can enjoy the mountain views. Book a table at one of the cosy eateries and you can enjoy the deep fried and rustic local cuisine; getting refuelled after your day outdoors.

How to get to Winterberg

Dortmund Airport is just a 75 minute drive away, with lots of budget airlines landing here from major European cities. You can also take a train from Dortmund to Schwerte, and then change for a service to Winterberg. Düsseldorf International Airport is another possible arrival point, just 2 hours away, and from the airport you can get a train to Düsseldorf's main station, then take a service to Winterberg, with the journey taking about 3.5 hours. Winterberg also has excellent road connections, making it an easy drive from many major German cities.