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Distance travelled

494 mi

Time in motion

76:47 h

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  1. FreelifeFamily went for a hike.

    September 30, 2021

    01:12
    2.48 mi
    2.1 mph
    175 ft
    150 ft
  2. FreelifeFamily went for a hike.

    April 2, 2020

    02:30
    4.05 mi
    1.6 mph
    475 ft
    375 ft
    1. FreelifeFamily

      A very idyllic and varied tour that partly goes through the village and depending on where you start at the end beautiful through the forest with a wonderful view of the Tegernsee.
      We wanted to start at Sonnenbichl, which was not possible because the road was completely closed for construction site shortly before. But this is certainly only a snapshot and the passage will soon be possible again. We therefore parked just 200 m below the construction site in the public parking lots (more on this later). What is particularly good is that there are also public toilets there.
      We first went towards the lake where, after crossing the main road, we followed the Sollbach. It passes the seaside resort (great for swimming in summer and supposedly free of charge). If you follow the path towards the lake promenade there is a super large playground with opportunities to sit and have a snack. Where it was rather early for us to take a break - and later there is a very nice opportunity in the forest with a view of the lake. We assume that there will be a lot of activity here when the weather is nice. We then continued again and followed the Zeiselbach towards the forest and then went the only vertical meters towards Prinzenruh. This section is easy to walk because the path is well prepared, but the climb is sporty with a child in a pram. You will then be rewarded with a fantastic view of Bad Wiesse, Tegernsee and the town of Tegernsee on the other side of the lake. At the Prinzenruh there is a small hiking hut with a few benches that invite you to linger. That would have been our place for a snack. There is a turn-off here and you can follow the high-altitude trail - which I will certainly take a closer look at, but we are just up the mountain to the left after the hiking hut and then head back towards the car on the south side of the grove.
      The entire tour is great to do with the stroller and there are no obstacles other than a climb in the forest.
      Park:
      Both at Sonnenbichl and at the parking spaces just below, these are chargeable. There is a parking machine - take small change with you. However, there is also the option of downloading an app and making the payment process online. Please keep in mind that the network is not always available to download the app. You should do this beforehand if necessary.
      Comment:
      The GPS track is a few meters more than the planning, that cannot be avoided with children. The planned tour can be found here: https: //komoot.de/tour/165673752

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      • April 5, 2020

  3. FreelifeFamily planned a hike.

    April 2, 2020

    01:37
    3.45 mi
    2.1 mph
    450 ft
    425 ft
    1. FreelifeFamily

      we did the tour - here is the description: https: //komoot.de/tour/165731468#previewMap

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      • April 5, 2020

  4. FreelifeFamily went for a hike.

    March 28, 2020

    02:10
    3.73 mi
    1.7 mph
    150 ft
    175 ft
    1. FreelifeFamily

      The circular route around the Spitzingsee is a classic that has been expanded here with a small loop around the Albert Link hut. At the southern end of the lake, you just continue south. Already when we arrived at the lake we underestimated the early season, because the lake was still mostly frozen and the wind was pretty fresh. However, the way was very easy to walk, except for a few isolated spots in the forest in which there was still snow or ice. On the last section we encountered snow again, which I suspect is still left of the cross-country trail. But a little later in the season, this path can be done very well with the stroller. In winter then probably with the sledge.
      In addition to the great landscape and wonderful views for the adults, the round also offers great refreshments with the Albert Link hut, with a huge, large playground for the children. When the weather is nice and warm, I could imagine that the hut is also very well attended because it can be reached practically without having to cover many meters of altitude.
      We also had the balance bike for our son and there were enough places that he could ride it. But we have worn it often enough. :-)
      Park:
      I recommend the parking lot directly after the Spitzingsattel in the squares at the former Taubensteinbahn. This parking lot is chargeable (5 euros daily fee).
      Annotation:
      Our GPS track contains some loops that are inevitable when hiking with children. Who wants the cleaned track - here is the track from the planning: https: //komoot.de/tour/164436964

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      • April 5, 2020

    1. FreelifeFamily

      here is the made tour with description: https: //komoot.de/tour/164658181

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      • April 5, 2020

  5. FreelifeFamily went cycling.

    March 27, 2020

    01:11
    19.2 mi
    16.4 mph
    225 ft
    200 ft
    Willy Sommer likes this.
  6. FreelifeFamily went for a hike.

    March 25, 2020

    02:49
    5.30 mi
    1.9 mph
    600 ft
    575 ft
    Cape likes this.
    1. FreelifeFamily

      There is a book called Walking with a Stroller, and we looked for a couple of trips / hikes on this topic. The Landshut Höhenweg is only part of the original hiking trail. This is obviously not a circular route but a route that is available in different route lengths. We found this circular route to be perfect in length for our project. The hiking trail is also very easy to do with the stroller, but the start is difficult, as you can see on the height profile, because the stroller has to be pushed up almost 100 m. The subsoil is a classic forest floor and with us it was still a bit damp and mushy, which made things difficult. I find it a little difficult to find your way around, as it is not signposted until the actual start on the high plateau. The circular route is then very well signposted and there are many different variants through the former military and current nature reserve. Clear recommendation from our side.
      Park:
      Parking at the starting point is also not entirely happy because there are almost only private parking spaces or restricted parking restrictions.

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      • April 4, 2020

  7. FreelifeFamily went cycling.

    March 15, 2020

    01:11
    19.2 mi
    16.2 mph
    200 ft
    200 ft
  8. FreelifeFamily went for a hike.

    September 21, 2019

    04:03
    6.62 mi
    1.6 mph
    1,225 ft
    1,350 ft
  9. FreelifeFamily went for a hike.

    July 15, 2019

    03:07
    7.76 mi
    2.5 mph
    2,050 ft
    2,075 ft
    Christopher and Willy Sommer like this.
    1. FreelifeFamily

      A very nice hike, whose scope is also quite manageable. On the first two-thirds of the way it goes on a beautiful forest road past meadows and fields. In hot temperatures certainly a good tip.
      The last 250 hm to the summit are still no climbing but it is exposed and rocky and the hands are needed. Here, good surefootedness and sense of balance is needed. The ascent in this part seems easier than the descent. Here I am in some places back down again.
      But an absolute highlight in terms of nature and mountains.
      Footwear should be on the part of the track with good and firm sole - mountain boots stop. The stones are greasy and slippery and the root system also mostly wet and slippery.
      My watch has spit out the following tour data: Length 10.9 km, 650 hm. The upper part is and in particular the summit is in my view for small children not suitable, because it falls steeply.

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      • July 15, 2019

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