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ABOVE: The Münchner
Haus was built in 1897 by the Munich section of the Deutsche Alpenverein or
German Alpine Club.
There aren't any hotels on the slopes of the Zugspitze, but the
village of Grainau has a good selection of hotels and guesthouses. (See
Grainau hotel listings.) Most visitors stay in nearby
is Germany's most popular mountain resort.
If you're willing to share a dormitory with hikers and
mountaineers, try the
from early May through the beginning of October. This Hütte of the Deutsche Alpenverein
was built in 1897 and is near the summit of the Zugspitze.
The Campingplatz Zugspitze in
Untergrainau is a
convenient place to stay if you're traveling with a tent or camper van.
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