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Seit über 20 Jahren ist MOUNTAINBIKE eines der weltgrößten Mountainbike-Magazine und gilt als kompetenter Berater und Inspiration für alle, die den Mountainbike-Sport in all seinen Facetten lieben. Mit den ausgewählten MTB-Touren, packenden Reportagen, aussagekräftigen Tests von Bikes, Komponenten und Zubehör, verständlicher Kaufberatung sowie Guides zu den schönsten Bike-Regionen ist MOUNTAINBIKE die perfekte Infobörse für Einsteiger und Profis gleichermaßen.So finden Sie uns:
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  1. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin planned a mountain bike ride.

    January 14, 2022

    05:35
    37.7 mi
    6.7 mph
    5,075 ft
    5,075 ft
  2. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin planned a mountain bike ride.

    December 14, 2021

    02:44
    17.2 mi
    6.3 mph
    2,875 ft
    2,875 ft
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      A long round over to the beautiful high plateau of the Samerberg. If you want, you can do a few more laps in the bike park there.Condition: medium
      Riding technique: easy to medium (S0 to S1)
      From the Hotel Hohenaschau we drive briefly along the Prien, then on the Bankerl-Weg (Aschau is the "Bankerldorf" of Germany) and further on gravel in the lively ups and downs towards Frasdorf. Only from the Lederstube does it really go uphill, sometimes with poisonous ramps. Once you have reached the herb meadow, the first descent to Grainbach follows, where roast pork and other Bavarian specialties await you in the Gasthof Maurer. After refreshment we drive to the parking lot of the Hochriesbahn. If you fancy a few laps of the bike park (the flowline is great fun and can be easily mastered by any reasonably safe biker), get a ticket at the rental station. Everyone else climbs up to the middle station on the nicely mobile tar road, which is closed to public traffic. From there it goes back towards the herb meadow, which we leave on the left and continue towards Schwarzenberg, where the last, steep ascent lurks. Once that's done, we roll down towards the Winterstube and Hofalm, which is known for its delicious cakes. Finally, it goes over the somewhat rooty and stony Milliweg (be careful when it's wet) to Aschau.

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      • 7 days ago

  3. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin planned a mountain bike ride.

    December 14, 2021

    02:45
    13.8 mi
    5.0 mph
    3,525 ft
    3,550 ft
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      The tour with the longest and toughest ascent - and the most beautiful trail in the region. You don't quite reach the summit of the Hochplatte, but there are also brilliant views from the Piesenhausener Hochalm below.Condition: medium-difficult
      Driving technique: medium (S2)
      If you want to take the lap under the cleats, you should be in good physical condition and have a secure bike on the downhill. First it goes up - persistently steep on a forest road to the Hochplattenalm. Shortly before the highest point, a saddle below the Hochplatte, there is a wonderful view of Lake Chiemsee, followed shortly afterwards by an equally great view of the Kampenwand - and to the south the Wilder Kaiser greets you. You should also enjoy the snacks and cakes offered by the dairymaids on the Alm. Now it's a few meters up to the saddle and the trailhead. Peppered with roots and rocks (be careful when it's wet!), the first section leads down to the well-known forest road, which we now cross and enter the next, easier trail that leads to the mountain station of the Hochplattenbahn. Past this and across a meadow to the Rachlalm. Then follow the forest road for a short distance until you turn left again onto the trail. After crossing the creek in the Torgraben, it is worth taking a short detour to the Zeppelinhöhe with its great views, before you tackle the last few meters of altitude, which are nice to ride, and roll towards Rottau.

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      • 7 days ago

  4. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin planned a mountain bike ride.

    December 14, 2021

    02:10
    13.8 mi
    6.4 mph
    2,275 ft
    2,275 ft
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      This simple tour for pleasure bikers takes place away from the crowded Kampenwand area. Nevertheless, the physical well-being is sufficiently taken care of, because four of the five alps that give it its name are catered for.Condition: easy-medium
      Driving technique: easy (S0)
      From the starting point in Bernau we pedal fairly flat between meadows and through the hamlets of Abling, Aufing and Rudersberg to Rottau. Directly at the entrance to the village, there is a sharp right to the south and the first and longest uphill. As a reward, the Weißenalm, the first refreshment station, awaits you after about 400 meters in altitude. The only downside is that you have to roll off the last stitch to the Alm and have to climb up the lost meters on a steep meadow path on the other side of the stream. Then it goes up and down through the mountain forest until the first real descent leads to the sun terrace of the Maisalm. If you then drive up the few meters to the Sameralm, you will not be rewarded with a Kaiserschmarren (this Alm is not served), but with a great view of the Chiemsee far below. Now, after a last small ascent, the dairymaid Kathi is waiting for us on the Herrenalm. Finally, comfortably on beautiful side roads through the hamlets of Hintergschwendt, Vordergschwendt and Stocka to the starting point.

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      • 7 days ago

  5. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin planned a mountain bike ride.

    December 14, 2021

    02:19
    13.1 mi
    5.7 mph
    2,875 ft
    2,875 ft
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      Varied, sporty loop to the foot of the most famous peak of the Chiemgau. From the summit of the Sulten there is a fantastic view of the Chiemsee and the opposite Kampenwand.Condition: medium
      Driving technique: easy to medium (S0 to S2)
      From Aschau we cycle flat to the junction to Hintergschwendt. Now it's peppered with small climbs on tar to the Aigen hiking car park and on gravel to "Stachus", where we continue straight ahead. Later we come here from the left and drive to the right. After we have passed the Maiswand, the fun is over: An asphalt ramp follows, which steepens to over 20% just before the Gorialm! Anyone who stays in the saddle here can be sure of the respect of the hut terrace. Continue steeply up towards the Steinlingalm. In a saddle below the alp you should also take the detour to the summit of the Sulten. If you can't motivate yourself to do this, you can climb the last few meters up to the Alm. The way back follows the ascent, but just before the Gorialm we turn right onto the Reitsteig. After the Goriloch we keep left and get back to the "Stachus", which we cross straight ahead. At the Maisalm, which follows shortly thereafter, there is another opportunity for refreshment before we roll down to Aschau in a relaxed manner.

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      • 7 days ago

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  7. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin planned a mountain bike ride.

    November 8, 2021

    02:19
    21.0 mi
    9.1 mph
    1,250 ft
    1,275 ft
  8. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin planned a mountain bike ride.

    November 8, 2021

    02:43
    14.0 mi
    5.2 mph
    3,300 ft
    3,300 ft
    1. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin

      Promising (double) round through the
      Beigua National Park with "relatively" tame trails.
      Condition: difficult
      Driving technique: difficult (S2 with S3 passages)
      The tour starts and ends at the sports field in Cogoleto. First it goes on asphalt up towards the national park. At Curlo the car traffic ends and shortly afterwards the asphalt, further on gravel to a bend under a power line. There we cut into the first, fluid trail that leads to the Passo Gua, a distinctive crossroads. There we keep to the left and a little later come back to the road that we cranked up before. At the bend mentioned above, we now stay on the rather steep and coarse gravel forest road to the Passo della Gava. There a great panorama opens up towards the Genoese hinterland. Those who want a view of the Mediterranean Sea can extend the driveway to Monte Tardia di Ponente. Then there is a short forest road down to the trailhead. The trail begins quite demanding, from the next crossroads it gets super flowing: always gently falling, along the slope towards Passo Gua. There we don't cross to the road as we did before, but immediately plunge into the next trail, which is steeper, but still wonderful to drive, into the valley. Now we roll relaxed along the Torrente Lerone to the sea.

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      • November 23, 2021

  9. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin planned a mountain bike ride.

    November 8, 2021

    04:11
    26.7 mi
    6.4 mph
    4,750 ft
    4,725 ft
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      Giant round through the hinterland of Genoa with great views and fine trails.Condition: difficult to very difficult
      Driving technique: medium to difficult (S2)
      Most people only know the region behind Genoa from a motorway perspective. Very few people are aware that there is a close-knit network of dream trails hidden there! It is advisable to take a shuttle service on this tour as well, otherwise you will spend a lot of time on asphalt with all its negative side effects!
      From the small mountain village of Mele it goes up to Forte Geremia, one of the memorials in this area. There we start the first trail, which, accompanied by views of Genoa and the Mediterranean, brings us almost all the way down to Mele. After a break in the small bar in the center of the village, a second loop goes up to the Passo del Turchino. On a pleasant, drivable, small forest road we cross under Monte Turchino and Monte Ottine to the cut in front of Bric Prato D’Erma. There we switch to the sunny side and take the panoramic Bellavista Trail under the tunnels. Further down we dive into denser forest, whereby the trail does not lose any of its flow. 550 meters further down the fun comes to an end. We want to go to the picturesque town of Aquasanta, from where it is not far back to Mele.

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      • November 23, 2021

  10. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin planned a mountain bike ride.

    November 8, 2021

    04:04
    24.5 mi
    6.0 mph
    4,700 ft
    4,750 ft
    1. MOUNTAINBIKE Magazin

      Big brilliant loop of trail running over the
      1287 meter high Monte Beigua leads
      Condition: very difficult
      Driving technique: difficult (S2 – S3)
      It starts at the sports stadium in Varazze, where the ascent to Monte Beigua begins - with an almost endless altitude of 1250 meters and 18 kilometers on a narrow and not exactly little-traveled road. For those who don't feel like doing the work: the BIT boys' shuttle starts at the sports stadium. From the antenna-reinforced summit we dive into a beautiful, light chestnut forest, through which the trail winds entertainingly down to the mountain village of Alpicella, with small (and larger, detourable) drops and jumps providing variety. After a break in the local restaurant and a transfer piece on asphalt to Passo del Muraglione, we take the uphill trail to Bricco delle Forche. After a short but fun descent, we follow the gravel road again towards Santuario, but then use a shortcut to reach the lower entry of the “Hard Rock”. This trail is a little easier than the "New Generation", but here too you have to hold the handlebars tight - and maybe tighten the seals again at the end of the tour on Varazze beach.

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      • November 23, 2021

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