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  1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    July 4, 2019

    Ralli and bertje like this.
    1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau

      The approximately 35-kilometer panoramic tour holds exactly what it promises. On good bike paths and quiet roads you cycle over the rolling hills around Lake Waginger and Tachinger See. Along the way you will not only enjoy views of the sparkling waters of the two lakes, but also of the majestic Alpine peaks in the distance.Starting point of your cycle tour is the place Taching am See. From here you cycle north from the lake shore to Tengling. The route leads along a perfectly constructed bike path parallel to the road. From Tengling you turn east. In constant up and down you drive along meadows and fields over the rolling hills - as a reward, there are already the first picturesque views.In Frindolfing worth a stop at the Naschmarkt. Strengthened it goes on, this time in the south and therefore with a perfect view of the majestic alpine scenery. In Kirchanschörin the bike path bends and leads you gently uphill in the direction of Waginger See. Soon you will be able to see the vast lake below you.In Tettenhausen you reach the lake and at the same time the cozy beach. But even if you are not a water rat is worth a break here, because in the restaurant Badwirt it can be excellent food. From here you cycle along the Tachinger See, which is connected at Tettenhausen via a narrow passage with the Waginger See, along to Tengling and then back to Taching am See.

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      • July 5, 2019

  2. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    January 11, 2019

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    1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau

      The approximately 36-kilometer round takes you on quiet side roads and beautiful bike paths through the southern Chiemgau. On the way you will find healing springs, beautiful mountain views and lots of nature.The tour starts in the cozy town of Bergen. From there you cycle straight up to Bad Adelholzen to Primusquelle, where you can fill up your water bottles with the delicious Adelholzener water. Afterwards you will roll down on a leisurely descent down to Siegsdorf, where you will meet the White Traun, which here merges with the Red Traun. As Traun, they continue their journey together. Directly on the bank of the river you drive on a beautiful bike path north to Traunstein. Here you can take a long break, explore the beautiful old town and relax.Freshly strengthened, your bike tour continues westwards. The path leads you through a picturesque field, forest and meadow landscape to the Chiemsee. Here you can watch birds resting on the Hirschauer bay. Past lush pastures, colorful fields and through small villages, it's back to the starting point in Bergen, where you can treat yourself to a delicious ice cream at the end of the day.

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      • January 11, 2019

  3. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    January 11, 2019

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      The approximately 47-kilometer round trip is a cycling safari from farm to farm and is perfect for pleasure cyclists. On the way you will pass the farm museum in Amerang, stop off in cozy courtyards or fill up your provisions in small farm shops.Let's start in Obing. From there you cycle through the picturesque hills of the Chiemgau, surrounded by meadows and colorful fields. Every now and then you dive into small forest areas that provide pleasant shade in the summer. From the higher points of the bike tour you can enjoy beautiful views over the lovely landscape. In Amerang you can take a break for a moment and stop by one of the cafés or courtyards. The farmhouse museum lures at the gates of the small town to a cozy rest.Then it goes in uniform up and down through quiet forests and past wide meadows, which are here and there decorated with beautiful fruit trees or peacefully grazing cows. At the idyllic Weitsee you can go swimming on hot days for a refreshment in the water and a bit further in Schnaitsee you can try traditional brewed beer in a Bräustüberl. From there you cycle through the beautiful landscape of the Chiemgau back to the starting point to Obing, where you can end the day on the lake of the same name.

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      • January 11, 2019

  4. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    January 11, 2019

    1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau

      On 30 kilometers, the varied round trip takes you through idyllic nature and picturesque landscape. On the way you can make ice age stops in the mammoth museum or a cozy ice cream parlor.In Siegsdorf begins the bike ride. You follow the White Traun out of town, then cross it and hit the Red Traun. This small river you follow several kilometers through its picturesque meadow landscape, which is characterized by vast meadows and romantic forests. It goes uphill continuously. At the height of Inzell you leave the river and cycle westwards up the Auer mountain. The climb is crisp, the idyllic backdrop of quiet forests and enchanted glades along the way for all the more beautiful.Afterwards, a fast descent will take you back to the shore of the White Traun. Through varied forests with small waterfalls, charming villages and green meadows, it goes along the river back to the starting point to Siegsdorf. Here you can end the day at the Mammoth Museum, where the largest mammoth skeleton found in Europe is exhibited.

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      • January 11, 2019

  5. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    January 11, 2019

    1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau

      The approximately 46-kilometer circuit offers some delicacies for you. Along the way, many refreshment stops with typical Bavarian delicacies invite you to linger. The magnificent view over the blue-white alpine foreland spoils your senses in addition.It starts in Waging am See. From there you cycle along the Höllenbach stream out of the village and into the wonderful, rural idyll of the Chiemgau. Here, right at the beginning of the bike ride, it goes uphill neatly. But you can take it easy and stop in the quaint restaurants that are on the way. Arrived at the highest point of the bike tour, you not only enjoy the magnificent view of the foothills of the Alps, but also have the opportunity to take a long break at Gasthaus zur Post.Then you can enjoy the long descent through wide meadows and fields with new strength. At Traunwalchen you will meet the Traun and follow its playful run through enchanted riparian forests and fragrant meadows. After half the distance, you will leave the river and cycle east. From here it goes slightly uphill again, always alternating through a vast field and meadow landscape and quiet forests. Shortly before the finish, it goes downhill again. Parallel to Tachinger and Waginger See you cycle back to the starting point.

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      • January 11, 2019

  6. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    January 10, 2019

    1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau

      At about 27 kilometers, this beautiful circuit leads you around the Waginger and Tachinger See. The family-friendly bike ride through the middle of nature offers beautiful lake views and picturesque alpine panorama for you.From the starting point in Petting you cycle clockwise around the two lakes. Right at the beginning you drive past wide fields, meadows and small woodland past the shore of Lake Waginger. Here you can let your eyes wander over the water and stop at cozy swimming spots to refresh yourself. After passing Waging am See, you will soon reach Tachinger See. At some distance from the shore, you circle it. The path leads you through colorful fields, green meadows and refreshingly cool forests. In many places you have a wonderful view of the picturesque lake and the imposing Alps. Behind Tettenhausen you will meet again the shore of Lake Waginger, near which you cycle back to the starting point to Petting.On the way you will find cozy spots for a break on the whole bike tour. In the small towns along the two lakes restaurants and cafes invite you to linger and in the countless beach resorts or at the swimming pools you can relax by the lake.

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      • January 10, 2019

  7. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    January 9, 2019

    E-Kadie and Manuuu like this.
    1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau

      At about 60 kilometers, the cycle path leads you once around the Chiemsee, which is also known as the "Bavarian Sea". In addition to beautiful nature and charming little villages, the varied round of the lake offers an impressive panorama of the lake and the Alps. The entire circular route is an easy bike ride. Only at the Westerbuchberg a small slope awaits you. Alternatively you can continue cycling along the shore between Felden and Feldwies, avoiding the climb.As a starting point of the tour you can choose for example Chieming. Of course, every other place on the Chiemsee offers itself on the round trip. From Chieming you cycle clockwise around the Bavarian Sea. Past the Hirschauer Bucht, where you can watch from observation towers of water birds, it goes through a picturesque meadow and pasture landscape with some fields. After this little dangling off the lake you cycle back to the shore. Here you can let your eyes wander over the sparkling water and find many refreshments and cozy beach resorts for one or the other break.On almost completely flat paths you can reach the north side of Lake Chiemsee. Here you cycle alternately along the shore and at some distance to the lake through beautiful fields, meadows and small woodland. Again and again you enjoy an impressive view of the Bavarian Sea and the Alps beyond. After you've rounded the northern tip, there are only a few kilometers back to the starting point, where you have plenty of rest stops to end the bike ride with relish.Especially comfortable: In any place on the shores of the Chiemsee, you can also get on the Chiemsee ring bus and thus shorten the route. Of course, your bike will also ride on the bike trailer.

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      • January 11, 2019

  8. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    January 9, 2019

    1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau

      On the approximately 33-kilometer circuit through the northern Chiemgau you encounter refreshing water in all its diversity. Whether quiet ponds, refreshing bathing lakes, gently babbling brooks or a raging river, on the contemplative bike tour you will experience everything.It starts in the historic old town of Tittmoning. Through the Laufener Tor you cycle out of town and dive into a beautiful forest and meadow landscape. Past a haunted biotope you drive through colorful fields. On your right you will see a lush riparian forest, along the edge of which runs a small stream. Shortly thereafter, you cross the small waters and cycle through the forest to the shore of the dead straight Salzach. On smooth asphalt you follow her a bit, until you turn towards Fridolfing. In the place you can take a pleasurable break in one of the cafes or restaurants and strengthen you for the onward journey.With new strength you cycle over wide fields back to the starting point. On the way, you'll get great views over the beautiful Chiemgau and Lake Tachingen. Back in Tittmoning you can end the day with a visit to the castle or stroll through the historic streets of the old town.Also worthwhile: At the end of your tour, you can walk through the Ponlachgraben on foot to the pilgrimage church of Maria Brunn. Right next to the church you will find the Ponlach spring - if you have a bottle with you, you can fill here healing water.

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      • January 10, 2019

  9. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    January 8, 2019

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    21.0 mi
    9.2 mph
    925 ft
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    1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau

      The round trip for the whole family leads almost completely on paved paths through the beautiful Chiemsee-Chiemgau region. Low altitude differences make cycling a pleasure and the fantastic views of the mountains and the proximity to the Chiemsee provide the icing on the cake.Let's start the approximately 33-kilometer bike ride in Seebruck am Chiemsee. There you first cross the Alz and then cycle past a Celtic farmstead, through a beautiful field and meadow landscape. In Truchtlaching you can take a break for a while and cool off in the clear water of the Alz. Afterwards you follow the bike path that meanders through the slightly undulating landscape. Halfway there you reach Traunreut, where you can recharge your batteries during a leisurely lunch break in one of the restaurants or cafés.Freshly fortified, you will then head back to the starting point. The route takes you past meadows and fields, takes you through cool forest and finally to the shores of Lake Chiemsee. Along the flat stretch along the water you can enjoy the last kilometers of the bike ride. On the way, you can let your eyes wander over the lake and stop again and again to enjoy the idyll of Lake Chiemsee.

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      • January 10, 2019

  10. Chiemsee-Chiemgau planned a bike ride.

    January 8, 2019

    1. Chiemsee-Chiemgau

      On the approximately 38-kilometer circuit you cycle in harmony with nature through beautiful forests, past lush pastures, colorful fields and crystal-clear rivers. Here are magnificent views over the beautiful landscape not too short.The start of the bike tour is in Traunstein. After crossing the picturesque Traun with its crystal-clear, shallow water, you dive into the beautiful nature of small wooded areas, vast meadows and fields. Halfway there, after a rapid descent, you can take a leisurely break in the small town of Waging am See and stop off in one of the cafés or restaurants. Alternatively, a short detour to Waginger See, where you can enjoy the view of the water at the Strandkurhaus and eat delicious.Strengthened you drive up a long slope. Once at the top you can enjoy a magnificent view of the surrounding meadows and the mountains on the horizon. Without major climbs you cycle back to the Traun and follow their course on the Traunradweg. Through a wildly romantic forest, you will get back to the starting point, where you can end the day in the beautiful old town.

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      • January 10, 2019

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