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MTB-Tour vom Hausberg (GAP) bis zur Partnachquelle 05.08.2019

MTB-Tour vom Hausberg (GAP) bis zur Partnachquelle 05.08.2019

05:47
26.3 mi
4.5 mph
3,275 ft
3,175 ft

Tour Overview

Starting Point
9.38 mi
10.2 mi
11.3 mi
11.6 mi
12.8 mi
13.5 mi
13.5 mi
14.5 mi
25.5 mi
26.3 mi
Destination

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MartinS went mountain biking.

August 5, 2019

Comments

  • Vlado

    Wow I just saw that. Could you still run after that :) Respect

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    • September 21, 2019

  • MartinS

    

    

    • March 6, 2020

  • Frank Rösner – ZUM NACHREISEN

    Very nice. I have lived in Garmisch-Partenkirchen for 14 years. Now I finally have to go to the Reintalangerhütte. :-)

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    • August 20, 2020

  • MartinS

    @Frank, that makes me really proud !! That I was able to convince someone who lives in Garmisch (... in a hurry ...) with one of my tours that I have to look at something that I consider to be a highlight in my "bike résumé". .. Thanks for your feedback!!

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    • August 21, 2020

  • Frank Rösner – ZUM NACHREISEN

    Hello Martin,

    I have often thought of the Partnach source. But the Reintal has a reputation for pulling itself away. I don't feel like walking there. But your film has now motivated me to do it with the MTB. You can probably only get to the source on foot and leave your bike at the Reintalangerhütte

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    • August 21, 2020

  • MartinS

    Hello Frank,

    I also took my bike with me to the Partnach spring, from 1:11:01 to 1: 120: 050 I do the "loop" behind the Reintalangerhütte and at 1:12:06 there is a short view of the spring itself. I had to Of course, mostly pushing the bike in the loop, and in some places because of the vegetation that

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    • August 21, 2020

  • Dennis

    Hello Martin & Frank, I just read on the Reintalangerhütte website that you can only get to the hut via Hausberg / Antoniwald because of the dam damage. I actually wanted to go down the Bernadeinsteig from the Kreuzeck in the direction of the Reintalangerhütte, is the climb also affected? Do you know

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    • September 12, 2020

  • Frank Rösner – ZUM NACHREISEN

    Hello Dennis,

    I do not know that the path over the Hausberg into the Reintal should be blocked. So far I have always driven the round "Garmisch - Partnachalm - then towards Reintal, but not downhill, but over to the Hausberg - descent via Forstweg / Tonihütte or via the Bayernhaus".

    I don't know the entire

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    • September 14, 2020

  • MartinS

    Again, from my point of view, if the information is not recommended about the Bernadeinsteig. There is no one who just wants to piss you off with a story that should only keep you from doing what you would like to do, it doesn't work that way. These recommendations are only published because the assessment

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    • September 14, 2020

  • Frank Rösner – ZUM NACHREISEN

    Hello Martin,

    who are you addressing in your post? Anyway, I'm not upset. About what? I only expressed my doubts about the climb.

    Perhaps the Bernadeinsteig is even mobile, if we are talking about the same path at all: If you walk from the Kreuzeck towards the Hochalm, a narrow path goes down to the left

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    • September 15, 2020

  • MartinS

    Oh no, not at all, actually I answered the Dennis.

    Was not meant badly, I wanted to express more that I am more like that, that I prefer to follow such well-founded recommendations .... all good 👍😊

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    • September 15, 2020

  • Frank Rösner – ZUM NACHREISEN

    Ok, now I understand you, MartinS. All good! :-)

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    • September 15, 2020

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