Immer gern auf Achse, im Sommer am liebsten auf dem MTB, darf auch ruppig sein, im Winter alles was halt grad geht. Dabei muss ich mich nicht unbedingt in den Stau Richtung Berge stellen, sondern genieße den wunderschönen Münchner Süden vor der Haustür.Mein Profil und meine Touren sind öffentlich, weil ich meine, wer von anderen profitieren will soll auch was beitragen. Ich freue mich über Follower, die selbst auch aktiv sind. Leute, die hier rein passiv sind und nicht mal ein Foto im Profil haben, sind mir eher suspekt. Da bin ich auch so frei lass mich nicht ver-folgen 😉
- 07:1633.7 mi4.6 mph2,550 ft2,550 ft
Sporty pleasure tour, on 54km 4 very different landscapes and with the Benediktbeuern monastery also a cultural picture book Upper Bavarian highlight 😉 The well-deserved stop is 10km before the end at the Gasthof Ramsau in the beautiful restaurant garden. But one after anonther…We start in Penzberg with a relaxed curl through the moorland to Benediktbeuren. In / at the monastery it is worthwhile to take a slow pace to look and work. It's too early to stop for a break, because the first mountain stage comes right after Benediktbeuren. A sweaty 300 meters in altitude has to be mastered, at the beginning continuously by 10% incline and a little more. If you come to the so-called nut trees at 980m you have done the worst.Further along the Windpässel with a slight up and down and a short, pretty trail insert to the Hinteren Fellalm (not managed). Break, snack!From here in the fast downhill on a wide forest road to Arzbach. The next landscape like from a picture book. It is largely on tar between the Isar and Blomberg, but also long over narrow paths with grandiose views and the whole abundance of large courtyards to cute little houses.The culture shock comes very briefly when the route touches the Blomberg car park, but that will be over in a moment. The second longer ascent of the tour follows, on tar it goes up to the Buchberg. Not as many vertical meters and less steep than the first uphill, but with views towards Munich and over to the high Peißenberg. The descent is the icing on the cake, on a partly rough road it goes quickly down to Ramsau. Coffee! Cake! Or hearty 😋.The last 10 km you comfortably roll back to Penzberg, much of it on tar and only a slight incline.
4 days ago
First really real mountain stage with 800hm, Komoot cancels a few of them 😬.A super rewarding round in 3 parts:
1. the driveway over the Jenbachtal and later along the black wall that falls from the Breitenstein to the unspectacular highest point of the tour. Up to this point it's already 650hm, sometimes over 10%. From there a little downhill, up again and finally on a fast forest road to the Alm. This is the part for calves and fitness.2. Stop at the Tregleralm, pump up the flat mountain bikers with energy again 🧀 🍝🥨🍳🍽3. On a short rooty trail and a long wild trail "with everything" fun into the valley Teil- this part requires driving skills, I would say both at least in places S2.
June 3, 2021
Very varied round with many trail sections between Grünwald and Mühltal, a flying visit to the golf course, lonely paths near Deigstetten and a few nice training meters. All in all, nothing for beginners, they especially skip the trail north of Mühltal.
June 1, 2021
The plan of an alpine circuit has fallen into the proverbial water again 💦. So once again a tour close to home. The variant via the wind turbines near Neufahrn provides a bit of variety. Then some nice surprises in the forest: hidden trails, where I would have located forest highways. They also appreciate riders 😂.
May 24, 2021
The plan: the best trails between the Isar and Würm and a roast roll in between. At least the latter worked 😁. The trails were just too wet and slippery today, so it's better to let them dry off in peace. So “just” a nice Oberland circuit with a few meters of altitude, but finally with friends again 🥰
May 14, 2021
Small version of Icking Extended 😇. The journey to Irschenhausen is so much nicer! There are 100 options for the way back to Schäftlarn Abbey. Today we felt more like a gentle uphill instead of flinging at the end, so we had already climbed the Isar slope at Schäftlarn.
May 8, 2021