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Servus im echten Bayern. Hier erlebst Du das Best-of blau-weißer Gschichtn – erfrischend, rein, aussichtsreich und unentdeckt. Egal ob Radfahren, Wandern, Wintersport, historische Städte oder kulturelle Highlights: Erlebe die echte Vielfalt Oberbayerns in prächtiger Natur. Genieße Deinen Urlaub oder lerne Deine Heimatregion ganz neu kennen.

Lass Dich von der oberbayerischen Gastfreundschaft und Genusskultur mitreißen: vom Hotelier über den Privatvermieter bis hin zum lokalen Gastwirt – die touristischen Anbieter vor Ort wollen Deinen Aufenthalt unvergesslich machen! Wir als Tourismus Oberbayern München e.V. stärken das Tourismusnetzwerk und stellen sicher, dass Du Oberbayern als einzigartige Reisedestination erfahren kannst!

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  1. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 27, 2021

    03:49
    34.3 mi
    9.0 mph
    2,050 ft
    1,900 ft
    P L, Jole B. and 3 others like this.
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      The second day begins in Mühldorf am Inn - since the city is also well connected to the rail network, you can only drive one stage and start your tour here.Today it goes a little way to Kraiburg, where the ascent to the scenic Schlossberg with its chapel is worthwhile. From Kraiburg, the Inn is your constant companion. Always close to the river, you cycle comfortably to the stage destination Wasserburg am Inn.Here the Inn flows impressively around almost the entire old town. From the end point you can reach Wasserburg train station in a few minutes and from there by train in about an hour to the starting point of the tour, Burghausen.

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      • May 27, 2021

  2. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 27, 2021

    Dado, Jole B. and 2 others like this.
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      The colorful facades, stately baroque churches and Mediterranean town squares are typical of the architectural style on the Inn and on the Salzach. The magnificent buildings bear witness to the time when the Inn and Salzach were important trade routes. On the ArchitekTour you cycle from Burghausen an der Salzach to Wasserburg am Inn and discover the region's most beautiful architectural delicacies.It is best to take two days for the almost 90-kilometer tour so that you can stroll comfortably through the towns.It starts on day 1 in Burghausen, where you can travel comfortably by train. From the world's longest castle you first drive to Altötting with its impressive ensemble of church buildings. Another particularly beautiful old town awaits you in Mühldorf am Inn, where your first stage ends.Despite the many architectural impressions, nature is not neglected on this tour. It goes through quiet forests and above all over open meadows with a wonderful view of the picturesque hills and mountains.

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      • May 27, 2021

  3. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 20, 2021

    05:59
    54.1 mi
    9.0 mph
    2,600 ft
    2,400 ft
    1. Oberbayern

      The colorful facades, stately baroque churches and Mediterranean town squares are typical of the architectural style on the Inn and on the Salzach. The magnificent buildings bear witness to the time when the Inn and Salzach were important trade routes. On the ArchitekTour you cycle from Burghausen an der Salzach to Wasserburg am Inn and discover the most beautiful architectural delicacies in the region.It is best to take two days for the almost 90-kilometer tour so that you can stroll comfortably through the towns. From the longest castle complex in Europe in Burghausen, you first drive to Altötting with its impressive ensemble of church buildings. Another particularly beautiful old town awaits you in Mühldorf am Inn.Despite the many architectural impressions, nature is not neglected on this tour. There are many lonely paths along the Inn where you can experience the unique flora and fauna.Kraiburg with the colorful town square is an excellent place to stay. From there it continues along the Inn to Wasserburg. The Inn flows around almost the entire old town in an impressive way. From the end point you can reach Wasserburg train station in a few minutes and from there by train in about an hour to the starting point of the tour, Burghausen.

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      • May 20, 2021

  4. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 19, 2021

    Tobi, Niggl and Annette like this.
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      Haxnbrenner instead of Haxnbrater: On this tour near Garmisch-Partenkirchen you will really work up a sweat. In the end, your speedometer shows 1,100 meters in altitude and more than 50 kilometers - but you have wonderful impressions in your luggage that you will remember for a long time. You will be accompanied by the mighty backdrop of the Wetterstein Mountains and the Zugspitze, Germany's highest mountain at 2,962 meters.It starts at the “Wittelsbacher Park” car park directly at the Michael-Ende-Kurpark. You are about to cross the cheerfully bubbling brook Partnach and later drive over the steep mountain road to the Esterbergalm. On the first seven kilometers you will already conquer more than 500 meters in altitude. You should definitely have had a good breakfast or at least have an energizing snack with you. Once at the top, you can let it roll until you reach the picturesque Barmsee. The lake invites you to take a break and is the perfect place to refresh yourself.Then it goes on over the Goasalm and the Buckelwiesen to Mittenwald - a perfect place for a pit stop because you can choose from a wide range of hearty inns and sunny ice cream parlors. From here you can get to two more lakes: Lautersee and Ferchensee. Now at the latest you can treat your tired calves to refreshment. On your way back you pass the sparkling and fresh Partnachklamm, the Berggasthof Hintergraseck, then the mountain station of the Graseckseilbahn and finally you reach your starting point in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

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      • May 23, 2021

  5. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 19, 2021

    qyopry99, Lbau and MichaelK like this.
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      On this tour you cycle in the footsteps of Johann Baptist Baader (1717-1780), a painter of the Rococo and Classicism. This is how the funny name of the tour comes about, because the local population knew the artist as "Lechhansl". He designed monasteries between Lech and Loisach, his main client was the Polling monastery. In any case, your calves will have a lot to do: 93 kilometers and 700 meters of altitude need to be conquered.It starts in Lechmühlen, Baader's place of birth and residence. Soon you will cross the Lech and reach Mundraching. You continue to Vilgertshofen, where you can marvel at the pilgrimage church. You can also see ceiling frescoes by the artist from 1770 in the former pilgrim restaurant. You can experience even more Baader in Issing, whose small parish church was completely decorated by the artist in 1777.Now a special highlight awaits you: the beautiful Ammersee. It lies in front of you in a radiant blue, white sailboats cross the lake, a mild breeze blows around your ears. Dießen, a beautiful place right on the lake, invites you to take a break. With a little time you can also take a look at the old parish church in the St. Georgen district, which contains a special altarpiece with the “Adoration of the Shepherds”.Now it's on to Weilheim, where you can examine other works by the artist. The next stop is the monastery village of Polling, which is also a perfect exhibition space for Baader's art. Finally you cross the Lech again between Reichling and Epfach and then drive back to Lechmühlen.

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      • May 22, 2021

  6. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 19, 2021

    qyopry99, MichaelK and 2 others like this.
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      On this easy bike tour you ride through species-rich moorland and always have a wonderful view of the Staffelsee and the Alps in the background. The Staffelsee panorama tour takes you through the Blue Land and also allows you to take a detour to the Ammergau Alps Nature Park. You start at the train station in Murnau and first drive to Seehausen am Staffelsee. A little later you will reach Uffing and the Obernacher Moos nature reserve.It continues to Bad Bayersoien and past the picturesque Soiersee, where you are welcome to take a dip. Such a small bath is refreshing and awakens your reserves to new life. Now it goes to Bad Kohlgrub with its hamlets. Here you could include a detour to the much-traveled Hörnle, but your bike kilometers will probably be enough anyway.Because the next highlight is already waiting for you: your drive through the enchanting Murnauer Moos, which you can discover on easily navigable paths. Later you will come back to the starting point in Murnau. Still in the mood for a stop? You are sure to find something in Murnau!

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      • May 20, 2021

  7. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 19, 2021

    qyopry99 and santosh like this.
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      Are you really in the mood for pure alpine idyll? With every kilometer you cycle, do you want to experience why Upper Bavaria is one of the most beautiful regions in Germany? Then this technically simple bike tour from Murnau via Spatzenhausen and Uffing is just right for you, because you will discover so many of the special features in the Blue Land. That's what this great region is called.On your tour you will drive through typical Upper Bavarian villages, which are particularly beautifully decorated in summer with colorful flowers in front gardens or on the balconies of the great wooden houses. It starts in Murnau with its beautiful pedestrian zone, where you can enjoy a delicious ice cream shortly before the start. Then you get to Froschhauser See and a little later to Riegsee in Aidling. Here you can enjoy the view of the lakes, the moss and the mountains on the horizon.Through the rural villages of Hofheim, Spatzenhausen, Eglfing and Uffing you can reach the beautifully situated village of Schöffau. An absolute must for your bike break is a detour to the Seerestaurant Alpenblick with beer garden in Uffing. After a hearty refreshment, you will later drive back to the starting point with a view of the Staffelsee.

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      • May 20, 2021

  8. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 19, 2021

    spiegelnetz, Sabine Macion and 9 others like this.
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      Holzkirchen is only a short train ride from Munich and yet the full pre-alpine idyll is already unfolding here. Gentle hilly landscapes, neat little towns, baroque churches and of course the view over the Tegernsee to the Bavarian Alps - this is a perfect bike tour.The cycle tour starts at the Holzkirchen market square. Follow the signs for the water cycle paths to the south, roll gently up and down through the foothills of the Alps and visit pretty churches and chapels here and there. After around 20 kilometers you will reach Gmund on the north bank of the Tegernsee. Here you can either have a picnic by the lake or choose one of the cafés or inns for a tasty break.Freshly strengthened, you make your way back. For this it is first of all a real uphill climb to the Steinberg - but for the ascent you will be rewarded with a brisk descent.Shortly after Sachsenkam you can plan a stop at Reutberg Monastery. This is not only very interesting culturally - in the Klosterbräustübl you can also have a really nice meal. From here it is about ten kilometers to the starting point of your tour, which you cover on fairly flat paths along meadows and pastures.

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      • May 19, 2021

  9. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 17, 2021

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      This wonderful, big round also begins in Bad Reichenhall. To start, you drive up to Anger and past Höglwörther See to Teisendorf. Here you can take a break to strengthen yourself for the next steep ascent. After you've done it, you can first enjoy the wonderful view of the mountain landscape and then cycle on to Traunstein.Behind the city you always drive downhill to the Chiemsee. Here you cycle right along the shore, enjoy great views of the water and always have the opportunity to take a break in relaxed beach bars or swim in the lake. If the entire cycle lap in one day is too long for you, you can set up camp here for the night. On the banks of the Chiemsee you will find numerous holiday accommodations and campsites.From the Chiemsee you make your way back to Bad Reichenhall. Through the Bergener Moos you get to Bergen and continue cycling over the Adelholzener Quellen to Siegsdorf. From here you continue uphill until you reach the highest point of the tour just behind the Zwingsee between mighty mountain peaks. Through deeply cut valleys you then drive past the Weißbachfall to Thumsee and on to Bad Reichenhall, where you reach the starting point again.

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      • May 18, 2021

  10. Oberbayern planned a bike ride.

    May 17, 2021

    1. Oberbayern

      The extended pleasure bike tour starts in Bad Reichenhall. Along the Saalach you cycle out of the city and then drive up to Anger in front of a breathtaking mountain backdrop. The route then winds past Höglwörther See to Teisendorf, where you can take your first enjoyment break in the Wieninger private brewery.Via Schönarm you then make a detour to Schönramer Filz. It is worthwhile to park your bike for a moment and explore the beauty of nature on the moor adventure trail. Then the round takes you to Freilassing.Here you can treat yourself to a break with a cool wheat beer before you cycle over the Saalach and thus the border. On the Austrian side of the river you drive along the edge of Salzburg. Soon you will cross the border again and shortly afterwards you will be back in Bad Reichenhall, the starting point of the round tour.

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      • May 18, 2021

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