Winter in Inzell ...
The world looks different when covered with snow, even in Inzell. The meadows are covered in a blanket of snow, ice glitters in the brooks and the trees wear coat of white. The powdery cover makes everything quieter. Deer and bucks come to eat at the feeding stations. The sun sparkles on the wide-open fields of snow. The snow crunches under your shoes. The cold winter air nips your face.

Inzell has over 50 kilometers of cleared and snow compacted winter walking trails that allow you to explore the winter wonderland. The seven prettiest hikes are described on the winter sports map. These include a sunny path by the Teisenberg and a challenging hike to the Bäckeralm with a view of the Inzell valley.

Inzell has a lot to offer winter sports fans: No long waiting times at the lift, leisurely skiing down the slopes, and beautiful views. Skiing is relaxing in Inzell. Beginners can make their fledging attempts at the Pommern lift in town. Beginners, more advanced skiers and snowboarders alike will enjoy the Kessel ski lift. This area has two lifts, a baby slope, a half-pipe and a steeper slope. Wee skiers will master their first snowplow curves down the slope; the braver ones will shoot down. Sun worshipers can enjoy a tea or punch on the patio at the Kessel Alm restaurant. The snow cannons ensure a good snow cover, the flood lights make it possible to ski in the evenings and there is a fun après-ski at the Kessel Alm.

If you prefer a slower paced vacation without a lift, try cross-country skiing. Cross country skiing, either classical or skating style is one of Inzell's top attractions. Over 45 kilometers of groomed cross-country ski trails wind through the sun-filled valley. The six kilometer long Außerland trail at the foot of the Teisenberg is a great choice for endurance athletes. The Filzen trail takes nature lovers through the Inzell moor with its leafless birch woods.

At night, floodlights light the trail in the "See" part of town in the evenings. One trail was not enough? No matter, connecting trails connect one trail to another. Have you skied all the trails? Then the Chiemgau-Marathon-Trail is for you. It begins in Inzell and goes on for 35 kilometers to Reit im Winkl through Ruhpolding. The four Inzell trails – from easy to difficult are described in detail on the winter trails and sports map. You can rent equipment and take courses at the Skischool Inzell located by the swimming center and from sports stores in Inzell.