Am Sylvensteinspeicher

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

Recommended by 59 out of 61 mountain bikers


  • Andreas

    With luck you can see the foundations of a village when the lake has low water or the locks are open from the dam

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    • 16/04/2017

  • Manfred

    beautiful view of the lake

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    • 28/05/2017

  • Bergziege76

    Landscaping very beautiful and absolutely worth seeing

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    • 30/06/2018

  • Carsten (📍FFB)

    The region is fantastic.
    On foot or by bike.
    Everything goes.
    Swimming too

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    • 28/08/2018

  • Andreas

    Nice tour behind the Sylvenstein around. Scenic class.

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    • 17/04/2017

  • hardir

    From Lake Starnberg we continued through a beautiful landscape

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    • 15/06/2017

  • Tom

    A great view of the store

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    • 20/09/2018

  • Tom

    A trip there is always worthwhile.

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    • 20/09/2018

  • Carsten (📍FFB) Sylvensteinsee as a water reservoir in the Karwendel.
    In Karwendel many springs and streams gush. A large part of the water comes together in the Sylvensteinsee. The Isar is the most prominent river with origin in the Karwendelgebirge and flows into the Sylvensteinspeicher into it - together with the rather unknown Dürrach and Walchen.
    Under the dam, the Isar comes back to the fore
    and makes her way towards Munich.
    If the Sylvensteinsee appeals to you, you will also like the Isar origin. <- Tip
    By bike to the Isar origin?
    This is how many people do it: Most visitors to the Hinterautal Valley are on two wheels on the way to the Isar origin. This one can drive very well with the e-bike due to the gentle slope.
    Ideal is a trekking bike (with enough gears) or a mountain bike.
    The entire bike ride to Isarquelle takes place on good forest roads, no trails or grobschottrige cart paths. There are about 200 meters to overcome, that's not much. It is never steep, it always goes slightly uphill to the Isar origin

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    • 27/10/2018

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Best Mountain Bike Rides Including the Segment ‘Am Sylvensteinspeicher’

Location: around Lenggries, Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen, Tölzer Land, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany

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  • Distance0.36 mi
  • Uphill175 ft
  • Downhill25 ft

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