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Isarquelle zu Isarquelle

Isarquelle zu Isarquelle

06:26
90.9 mi
14.1 mph
3,950 ft
2,500 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
32 yd
2.43 mi
3.57 mi
3.74 mi
5.75 mi
8.66 mi
8.66 mi
11.5 mi
11.8 mi
13.9 mi
14.1 mi
14.7 mi
16.2 mi
16.6 mi
19.3 mi
24.9 mi
25.0 mi
26.3 mi
26.4 mi
26.7 mi
29.5 mi
29.9 mi
32.8 mi
34.0 mi
36.9 mi
41.1 mi
47.5 mi
47.6 mi
49.5 mi
49.6 mi
49.7 mi
50.5 mi
51.5 mi
51.7 mi
51.9 mi
53.0 mi
53.2 mi
53.6 mi
53.7 mi
54.5 mi
55.2 mi
55.4 mi
56.9 mi
57.4 mi
60.5 mi
60.5 mi
60.7 mi
67.0 mi
67.5 mi
70.6 mi
71.0 mi
74.3 mi
74.9 mi
75.5 mi
78.4 mi
79.4 mi
83.4 mi
84.2 mi
84.2 mi
84.7 mi
85.0 mi
87.1 mi
90.9 mi
Destination

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gregg went mountain biking.

August 23, 2020

Comments

  • gregg

    From the Isar spring at the Reichenbach bridge to the Isar springs (then
    back to Scharniz for train or car)
    I've always wanted to do the tour. Today it finally happened
    worked - joy!
    Unfortunately, not all parts of the route are recommended. Here are the tips
    please adapt to you:
    After the rain the day before, my trail addiction was not particularly great and
    of course you can still run asphalt here and there ...
    However, the trail under Grünwald is simply not closed after rain
    recommend, especially the sandy one right on the water. The bridle paths between
    Geretsried and Tölz are easy to ride with wide tires, the trails
    behind it are rather gruesome and nothing when wet.
    The construction site in Tölz is easy to get through by bike.
    The riverside path at Sylvensteinspeicher is great, the further paths
    are currently blocked by a construction site / gravel dump and something
    confusing.
    Important! The Isar is eating its way under the path after crossing the Rißbach - officially closed!

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    • August 23, 2020

  • Manetou

    Hi Gregg,
    Super performance. Bravo say i.

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    • August 25, 2020

  • Jan

    Super performance 👍👍

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    • August 25, 2020

  • NiTe

    Great performance and the tips for it👍

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    • August 27, 2020

  • Otla

    Hello Gregg, from the pictures you could think that the tour might also go with the Cycle Cross. But is that really the case?

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    • August 31, 2020

  • gregg

    Hi Otla.
    Part. One or the other place could be really corrosive with the Crosser, if you already have something in your legs
    Maybe orientate yourself with the Crosser. more on the actual Isar cycle path. e.g. through Grünwald or the other side of the Isar to Klosterschäftlahn, behind Königsdorf follow the real ISR, after the Sylvenstein Uferweg on the road (so only the first section), Vorderriss-Krün-Mittenwald is a bit coarse gravel and has a short trail under the Karwendelbahn few roots - you can do it!

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    • August 31, 2020

  • Otla

    Thank you so much!

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    • August 31, 2020

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