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Let yourself drift – Water-Cycle Paths between Landsberg and Augsburg

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Let yourself drift – Water-Cycle Paths between Landsberg and Augsburg

Bike Touring Collection by Oberbayern

3

Tours

10:34 h

104 mi

3,300 ft

The beautiful landscapes between Lansberg am Lech and Augsburg are the perfect place to get out and explore. On the Water-Cycle Paths, you are never far from a refreshment stop or a cooling dip – whether you splash your feet in one of the gorgeous lakes or rivers or enjoy a freshly tapped beer in one of the shaded beer gardens. On the way, you drift through picturesque villages, small forests and colourful cultural landscapes, without even having to travel far!

In this Collection, we present three charming Tours. Aside from focusing on water, which features in all the routes, each of the Tours has its own interesting theme. Two of the rides are circulars, whilst one takes you from Hohenkammer to Augsburg (or vice-versa). These adventures all have one thing in common – wonderful highlights and crystal-clear waters that wind through Upper Bavarian nature, just like you will on your bike!

You cycle through magnificent landscapes where, centuries ago, shepherds would have herded their cattle long distances. On the road between Hohenkammer and Augsburg, you find many highlights as well as interesting information boards on the history of cattle driving in the region.

The wonderful castle and beer gardens Tour, which starts and ends in Erpfting, combines culture and fun. Over 45 kilometres (28 miles), you immerse yourself in the region’s exciting history. As you ride, you can be absolutely sure of one thing – you won’t die of thirst on this bike Tour!

The northern Lechrain Tour takes you along the banks of the River Lech. You cycle 50 kilometres (30 miles) from Landsberg, past barrages and wide fields that overlook the water, and to enchanted castle ruins.

By the way: The Water-Cycle Paths help you to explore the area on your doorstep in a totally sustainable way. You can easily reach the starting points by public transport. This means you can start your bike Tour totally relaxed, without having to travel long distances and look for a parking space.

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Tours & Highlights

  • Difficult
    04:35
    44.0 mi
    9.6 mph
    1,625 ft
    1,500 ft
    Expert bike ride. Very good fitness required. Some portions of the Tour may be unpaved and difficult to ride.

    Where centuries ago shepherds covered long distances with their oxen, today you cycle through a wonderful landscape in a relaxed manner. The Oxenweg connected the Hungarian Puszta with Augsburg for …

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  • Intermediate
    02:44
    28.5 mi
    10.4 mph
    625 ft
    625 ft
    Intermediate bike ride. Good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels.

    This 45-kilometer circuit combines culture and enjoyment in equal measure: through a varied landscape, you go to enchanting castles and cozy beer gardens west of Landsberg am Lech.The starting point is in Erpfting. If you want to travel by train, you will find a connection to the train network in Landsberg, a few kilometers away. On field and bike paths you initially head south to Unterdießen, where the first castle and the first beer garden await you.

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  • Intermediate
    03:16
    31.0 mi
    9.5 mph
    1,050 ft
    1,050 ft
    Intermediate bike ride. Good fitness required. Mostly paved surfaces. Suitable for all skill levels.

    The northern Lechraintour takes you almost 50 kilometers through the different landscape forms on both sides of the Lech river. Partly directly on the water, then a little further away …

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    3
  • Distance
    104 mi
  • Duration
    10:34 h
  • Elevation
    3,300 ft

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