Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)
In 14 bends with an average gradient of 4 percent, the 9-kilometer Kesselbergstraße crosses the 240-meter drop from Walchensee down to the Kochelsee.
After the completion of the road as we know it today, there were road races in 1905 and 1907, in which both automobiles and motorcycles participated. The wide curves at the top of the pass allowed high speeds at that time. Even today, the road is a popular destination especially for motorcyclists.
Note, however, that on weekends and public holidays Walchensee upright suspension for motorcycles, a continuous speed limit to 60 km / h and a no-overtaking on the entire passport.Source and further information: deutsche-alpenstrasse.de/de/route/toelzer-land
June 24, 2019
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