We took a guided tour through this impressive structure and it was great. If you are interested in a bit of background about history, stats and development of the Schanze, this is recommended. It takes about 1.5 hrs but time flies. And walking up the structure and look down where the jumpers take of is as scary as impressive. Loved... 更多
The stadium has eerie Nazi architecture, but the base of the Eckbauer lift is here. Beautiful views and a nice walk back, including Partnach gorge.
we were with friends who organized a tour guide "Andrea" who explained everything in great detail and with knowledge and humor. It took over 2 hours staring from the ground up to the top of the Olympic schanze!
This was a nice place to visit with interesting history. First, I'd never seen a ski-jump in person. Second, I guess it's one of the few places Hitler and Eva Braun were ever photographed together in public. Dark history but still history.
I was not aware how close this site is to Munich. While staying there, we decided to visit PartnachKlamm, and this site was literally right on the way. The bus drops you off right at the Olympic site, and it is free to walk around and absorb the sights. The ski jump is still used for competition, but was not... 更多
The Olympiaschanze is impressive, but there's nothing much to see. The nature around it offers many options - so if you already near it, it's worth a short visit. otherwise - don't take the effort.
After a hike through the mountain range in Garmish it dropped us off at the plaza. We walked through the arena and watched skiers go down the platform, minus the jump. The arena still has the statues and Olympic Rings as it was in the 1930's. From what I saw you could walk up the platform and on the well... 更多
I've been to a handful of Olympic Parks and this is pretty underwhelming. If you just want to see it to say that you've seen it, this is the place for you. But if you're expecting something more, you can probably pass on this.