Hi, ich bin Silvia. Ihr findet mich entweder in den Alpen südlich von München oder am See um die Ecke. Ich Zeige euch Wanderungen südlich von München und nehme euch mit auf Radtouren zum nächsten Bergsee. Hier findet ihr Wandertouren, die gut mit den öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln von München aus erreichbar sind und die ihr gut an einem Tag schaffen könnt. Frei nach dem Motto: Jeder kann Abenteuer erleben!
We went up to the Seebergkopf. 🙌We start right at the train station in Bayrischzell and hike up to the summit. On the way we pass some snow-covered and icy passages, so it would have been practical if we had thought of the Grödel ... of course we forgot 😅Nevertheless, we made it up through the snow and the view from the summit was gigantic! 😍
February 20, 2021
With us it was relaxed to the Spitzing disc - it really felt like spring! 😊
A relaxed tour that starts at the Geitau train station where we climbed almost 400 m through the forest. At the top there was a wonderful view and enough time for a snack in the sunshine. 😊Sure, the snow was gone with us, but it should come back. Here are a few tips for winter hiking:
February 6, 2021
We used the first snow for this very easy winter tour to the SpitzingseeFrom the train station we went to the Bockerlbahn-Weg. This path was originally laid out for a narrow-gauge railway to transport wood. Today only the path itself is left, on which you can leisurely hike or cycle.Right at the beginning of the Bockerlbahn-Weg it goes quite inconspicuously to the right along a narrow path. After a few meters of ascent you are a bit out of the way and have the path all to yourself.When we were there, there was only a little snow, as soon as it gets more, I would definitely recommend Grödel for it so that you don't slip. Now you have the silence of the forest all to yourselves - I love paths like wild ones! 😍Last but not least, it goes over the Spitzingsattel to the Spitzingsee. We only briefly admired the lake before we took the bus back to Neuhaus. If you want to be on the road longer, you can of course also go back. Personally, the way there was enough for that day ... the next time I'll pack even thicker clothes. 😀
December 7, 2020
I was on this beautiful tour through nature and finally through Bad Griesbach. Past fields, meadows and fruit trees, this hike finally leads to the city center and back to the thermal baths.
The hike is perfect for almost any weather. All you need is a bit of stamina and sturdy shoes.
October 2, 2020
We used the sun and cycled via Rosenheim to Simssee. Right at the beginning we had to go up a road with a 20% incline - I was panting a lot 😀Then it went along the Mangfall Cycle Path, here the route is relatively flat, with small inclines every now and then. Just a dream for a nice Saturday !!If you drive past Kolbermoor, then you definitely have to visit the cake shop Kuchenträume. When you come in, the smell of freshly baked cookies already rises towards you. In the open bakery you can watch the baking and the cakes and pies are just awesome! 😍After the cake break, we cycle through beautiful Rosenheim and treat ourselves to refreshments in the Simssee Stubn, located directly on the lake. Then it's back by train from Bad Endorf.In a nutshell: A really nice tour with some gourmet spots and a lot of water. 😊
September 16, 2020
This tour is perfect for hot days - wooden walkways lead directly along the Gleirschklamm, on which you can walk.Perfect for cooling off in between 😎You start directly in Scharnitz and can also walk from there along the Isar to the gorge. The paths are not slippery, but it is still useful if you are a little sure-footed.
August 30, 2020
This hike takes you on paved paths up to the Hochries, one of the most famous peaks in the Chiemgau.The tour starts at the Spatenau car park, which is also a great way to get there with the Samerberger hiking bus, so that you can travel without a car. You can also take another way down, as the bus also passes here, that's no problem.On the way you can expect a great view of the Chiemgau Alps and when you reach the top there are great delicacies in the Hochrieshütte.A perfect tour for a lazy afternoon. Since the ascent is not particularly difficult, the tour can also be done with children or in autumn. 😊
August 30, 2020
Lush alpine meadows, a sporty ascent and a climbing tour to the summit await you on this tour. Those who are free from giddiness and sure-footed can enjoy this hike!The ascent leads you from Fischbachau through the forest and through rough terrain quite steeply upwards. We stayed here a few days after it had rained - the ground was a bit slippery but easy to walk on.After a longer ascent we come to the north ridge of the Aiplspitz. Here we have the opportunity to descend to Geitau. The path would lead over lush alpine meadows and is easy to walk. We decide to go up to the Aiplspitz and from now on we have to climb up the rock for most of the time. Here you should definitely have a head for heights, then the tour is really fun!Once at the top, we first unpack our snack - here you have several options to come back down. We continue to Spitzingsee and take the bus back to Schliersee.The tour is not particularly long, but it has some highlights to offer. Perfect for a short hike that can also be a little steeper!
August 9, 2020
This tour starts at Zipflwirt, which you can reach by bus from Bayrischzell. Since the tour ends in Osterhofen (Upper Bavaria), you can easily do it using public transport. :)We make our way to the summit of Auerspitz directly from the bus stop. On the way we are mostly on easy-to-walk paths. But there are also a few steeper sections, where you should definitely be sure-footed.On the way we are accompanied by the wonderful Mangfall Mountains, which I cannot see enough of. What do you think of this great view?Dog owners beware: the closer you get to the summit, the more likely you are to encounter marmots.After the somewhat strenuous ascent to Auerspitz, we are already looking forward to Lake Soinsee: after a short descent, this is waiting for you and provides a great photo opportunity.Then it continues to Osterhofen (Upper Bavaria). The train runs regularly from here to Munich, so you don't have to stress yourself on the way. I actually like that best about the public: You don't have to go on a circular hike but can start wonderfully at one place and head for another destination.Have any of you been on the Auerspitz and did you even choose this route?
July 18, 2020