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Ship Skis & Snowboards to Germany

Skiing in Germany is often outshined by the massive ski resorts of Italy, Switzerland, Austria, and France. But, what Germany lacks in size is easily made up for with its incredible powder, stunning mountain vistas, and more. But, traveling to Germany with your bulky skis in tow can ruin your ski trip before it’s even begun. The solution? Ship your skis to Germany.

Avoid carrying, checking, and claiming baggage at the airport and arrive at your destination to find your skis and snowboard already at the slopes. Our guaranteed, on-time delivery is the easiest and most reliable way to ship skis to Germany. On your next trip, experience the ease of bag-free travel when you ship your skis ahead.

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The Best Way to Ship Your Skis & Snowboard to Germany

At Ship Skis, we make getting your skis and winter gear to and from your destination easier than it's ever been.
Enjoy a hassle-free travel experience to anywhere in the world.

1. Book

1. Book

It's easy to ship your skis & snowboards with Ship Skis. Just pick your ski dates and schedule your shipment.

2. Print & Attach Label

2. Print & Attach Label

The shipping label will be emailed to you. Just print and securely attach it to your skis & snowboards.

3. Travel Hassle-Free

3. Travel Hassle-Free

We'll pick up your skis & snowboards or you can drop them off. Travel with ease and avoid baggage claim.

4. Enjoy

4. Enjoy

Your skis & snowboards are shipped to the resort or lodge ahead of your arrival. Time to shread snow!

Most Popular Ski Resorts in Germany

Arber

Arber

Arber is an ideal ski destination for skiers and snowboarders of all ages and abilities. The resort offers a dedicated children’s area with four magic carpets for beginning skiers. To add to the resort’s family-friendliness, chairlifts also feature a safety bar for children. Arber is the tallest mountain in the Bavarian forest and boasts some of the most modern facilities in all of Germany.

Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Garmisch-Partenkirchen is most famous for hosting the Winter Olympics in 1936. The German Alps serve up almost 50 miles of ski runs with even more miles of cross-country skiing. The slopes do tend to cater to intermediate and expert levels of skiers, but the resort still offers world-class instruction for those new to the sport. Plenty of dining and après ski options are available in the nearby village, too.

Zugspitze

Zugspitze

Closely located to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Zugspitze is Germany’s highest peak at nearly 10,000 feet. The area also tends to see the longest ski season due, in part, to its high elevation. Zugspitze offers acres of free-riding along with more manicured trails, too. In total, the resort features more than 10 miles of trails accessible by 10 lifts.

Oberstdorf-Nebelhorn

Oberstdorf-Nebelhorn

This resort features some of Germany’s longest downhill trails as the highest ski resort in the Allgäu region. Often referred to as the “grandstand of the Alps,” Oberstdorf-Nebelhorn features three stops on the way to the top of the mountain where visitors can see more than 400 different peaks across the horizon.

Steinplatte-Winklmoosalm

Steinplatte-Winklmoosalm

These two combined ski areas, located on the German-Austrian border, feature several terrain parks, miles of cross-country trails, and 25 miles of terrain for skiing and snowboarding. Steinplatte-Winklmoosalm also features a modern lift system with safety restraints, seat warmers, and more. From beginners to experts, all levels of skiers and snowboarders will find comfort on the varied slopes at Steinplatte-Winklmoosalm.

Frequently Asked Questions about Skiing in Germany

Are ski resorts in Germany open?

Ski resorts in Germany remain closed with the intent to reopen soon. Please be advised that some locations have suspended indoor activities. We recommend contacting your intended destination to remain informed of any mandates or COVID-related regulations. For added safety, ship your skis, snowboard, and snow boots directly to the slopes with our no-contact pickups and deliveries.

How many ski resorts are in Germany?

Due to the sport’s popularity, there are reportedly more than 600 ski resorts across Germany with almost 900 miles of skiable terrain.

How to ship skis to Germany?

Tired of dragging your skis and snowboard through the airport? We understand. Simply pack up your skis, attach your provided shipping label, and Ship Skis will collect your skis from your home, business, resort, or lodge. Arrive at your destination to find your skis and snowboard waiting! Ship Skis will send your skis back home at the end of your trip, too.

Why ship your skis to Germany?

We know you love skiing and snowboarding at venues all over the globe. That’s why Ship Skis is dedicated to ensuring your skis and snowboard arrive safely and on-time to Germany. With an on-time guarantee, complimentary insurance on every shipment, and access to real-time tracking 24/7, Ship Skis is the best way to ship your skis and snowboard to Germany.

Where to ski in Germany?

Here are the top 5 ski resorts to consider adding to your itinerary on your winter vacation to Germany.
Ski Resort Location
Arber Arberland, Germany
Garmisch-Partenkirchen Zugspitzland, Germany
Zugspitze Zugspitzland, Germany
Oberstdorf-Nebelhorn Oberstdorf, Germany
Steinplatte-Winklmoosalm Winklmoosalm, Germany

How much does it cost to ship skis to Germany?

The cost to ship a small ski bag (under 25 lbs.) from the U.S. to Germany is $169.99 USD for the outbound leg and $179.99 USD for the return. The cost to ship a small snowboard bag (under 25 lbs.) from the U.S. to Germany is $179.99 USD for the outbound leg and $184.99 USD for the return. Transit time shipping to Germany from the U.S. is 2-7 business days for the outbound leg and 3-5 business days for the return.

Get started today, make your ski trip to Germany easier than it's ever been!

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