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Start in Wellenburg at the beer garden, through the forest to Deuringen, there it goes on bike paths via Vogelsang, Aystetten to Adelsried. On the way there is on the Weldenbahn-Radweg (also called District Administrator Frey Radweg) the former Horgau train station with a cafe and the Waldcafe opposite, which were closed. In Adelsried there is a coffee break in the garden of Hotel Schmid. We save ourselves the further way to Welden, most of the restaurants are closed anyway or do not open until 5:00 p.m.
So we drive a little bit on the road to Streitheim (signposted) and stay along the country road (attention: 2 signposted paths) on the bike path to Zusmarshausen.
Here you can stop off in the Bräustüble (closed on Tuesday, Wednesday) or in the Alte Posthalterei (with a beautiful inner courtyard, good schnitzel and inexpensive, good Kässpätzle). Inquire about opening times, may not open until 5:00 p.m.
There is a separate track for the way back, as the tracks overlap.
4 days ago
From the lunch break in Zusmarshausen there is a shorter route back to Aux.
First to the Rothsee (with a kiosk and nice bathing facilities), then via Bieselbach past Horgau to Biburg. In Vogelsang we meet again on our way there, from here back to the forest clinic and to Wellenburg to the beer garden to meet a cyclist and to the starting point.
Both directions are on bike paths and very easy to drive.
4 days ago
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Parking at the Breitachklamm car park (3 €), here you can enjoy an iced coffee at the end of the tour.
Out of the parking lot and immediately left a short, steep stretch uphill and you are on the track.
First a good piece of tar road, past the watershed and turn left at the holiday home, following the signs. A field / forest path begins here, sometimes a bit rough, before you come out of the forest again. Another 5 km to the hunting lodge in Schönenbach.
The Kässpatzn are legendary, although not exactly cheap, but worthwhile (order a small portion if necessary)
The way back is identical or goes back via Sibratsgälle on tar to the exit to the parking lot.
July 25, 2021
Good and shady parking in Peiting at the outdoor wave pool in the center of the village on Ammergauer Straße.
Additional parking is available at the Ammergauer Straße / B472 intersection (Loipe parking lot) or, if you want to start right on the trail, at the ‘Schnalz‘ hiking park (2 options).
The direct hiking path from the hiking car park down to the Ammer is not recommended, steep, rooty, stairs. There is a signposted forest path to the Ammer Bridge, which is worth a short detour (+ approx. 500 m).
From there always along the Ammer to the forest house ‘Schnalz‘, which belongs to the local fishermen. Here a wooden armchair was carved from an ash tree that was to be felled. When the owner is around, let him tell you about the catch of a big huchen.
The rest of the way is unspectacular and easy to find. The excursion hut 'Ammerstüberl' at the parking lot in Wörth is permanently closed. On the way you pass the ‘STOA-169‘ Museum with modern art and objects (€ 3 donation as admission).
In Polling there is the Klosterwirt who unfortunately has nothing to offer except light beer from the bottle and pretzels. Further in the village is the old brickworks with a more modern menu next to the classic car restorer. The Neuwirt is unfortunately permanently closed after Corona. There is still a bakery with a standing café in the cloister courtyard and an EDEAKA on the southern outskirts of the village. If that doesn't fit, you can continue to Oderding (approx. 2.5 km).
The monastery church is definitely worth a look, unfortunately you can only get to the bars, but the furnishings are worth seeing.
The way back is identical to the way there, the right side of the Ammer is only partially accessible (2 bridges with stairs and hiking trails).
Shortly after Schnalz you can take a less steep path back up to the car.
All in all, an easy tour without meters in altitude with several swimming opportunities, but unfortunately without a stop to Polling.
June 4, 2021
A mini hike in Los TilosTilo is a species of bay tree that gave the region its name.
The large hiking trail through the tunnels is closed for maintenance, as is the direct access from ‘Casa del Monte‘, the taxi destination.
As an alternative, there is a short hike from the info point in Los Tilos (absolutely worth seeing) to the waterfall and back, 20 minutes each.
Then from the upper parking lot by car to the lower parking lot at the bridge (approx. 500 m), in between there is a restaurant with drinks and food.
At the lower parking lot, next to a wooden house, the path goes up to the water tunnel, which is usually taken in the other direction. You can walk it to the ‘Mirador Espigon‘, an easy-to-walk path on a forest slope. In each direction there are 300 m and 1 hour to walk. In the info point above there are the appropriate explanations for the wooden pegs with numbers, which you can photograph and then read at the respective places.
The viewing platform is very small and only offers 2 standing places, but a great view of the surrounding mountains. At lunch time it is probably too windy, so that you postpone it on the way back.
On the way to Los Tilos you pass ‘El Tendal‘, a brand new museum about the life of the Benahoaritas, you also get a coffee or a beer on tap, admission is free, clean toilets available, nice staff.
After the hike, instead of going to the 'restaurant' at the parking lot, you can drive to San Andres (approx. 8 km) and go to the 'Placita' by the church. Good cuisine, nice seating, friendly, (partial) German / English language, fair prices, large portions.
Unfortunately, komoot doesn't exactly know the paths taken here, but everything is signposted so precisely that you can hike without a track.
April 21, 2021