Munich Lakes West Tour Classic

bike trip - Fire and Ice Own Tour

The Alpine foothills captivate everyone with 1000 different facets and the best way to discover them in the shortest possible time is to explore the area by bike. South of Munich, between the Alps and the Bavarian capital, you will find the most beautiful lakes, the most breathtaking landscapes and pure Bavarian tradition. All easily accessible thanks to an impeccable network of well-developed cycle paths.

date_range Dauer: 7 Days
route Total distance: ca. 237 km
altitude Height difference:arrow_upward1538 m
landscape Height difference:arrow_downward1561 m
Tour Details
01. DAY
Individual arrival in Munich. Enjoy the first hours in the Bavarian capital.
02. DAY
58 km339 Hm196 Hm
Munich - Lake Ammersee/Herrsching
Your first stage starts in the heart of Munich and runs southwest of the state capital. The Ammersee Cycle Path leads you from here first via Germering and Gilching to Weßling, until you finally reach Inning am Ammersee, the third largest lake in Bavaria. The municipality of Inning is a popular holiday resort in the Starnberger Fünf-Seen-Land and therefore ideal for a short stopover. Continue along the picturesque eastern shore of the lake via Buch and Breitbrunn to todays stage destination Herrsching. Not far from your accommodation today, on the Holy Mountain, lies the oldest place of pilg... weiterlesenrimage in Bavaria, the Andechs Monastery.
03. DAY
56 km332 Hm327 Hm
Herrsching - Lake Starnberg - Murnau
From Herrsching, the route now continues to the magnificent Lake Starnberg. The first port of call is Tutzing, on the western shore of Lake Starnberg. A special highlight here is the museum ship Tutzing, which houses a cabaret stage and a bistro. Further south, along the lakeshore, is the romantic village of Seeshaupt on the shores of the lake. The following section of the route stretches along the idyllic Osterseen lakes, past the Riegsee lake until you finally reach Murnau am Staffelsee. The Staffelsee is a relatively small lake with a lot of Bavarian romance. Murnau is the birthplace of som... weiterlesene known artists and there is a lot to discover.
04. DAY
50 km232 Hm286 Hm
Murnau - Bad Tölz
From Murnau via the picturesque Kochelsee and the Loissach, today you will travel along the dreamlike scenery of the Alpine chain to Bad Tölz. Use the remaining time here to visit the interesting old town of Tölz with its historic market street. Some traditional inns will also tempt you with Bavarian specialtie
05. DAY
65 km456 Hm365 Hm
Bad Tölz - Achenpass - Tergensee
From Bad Tölz, we travel along the Isar River via Lenggries to the Sylvenstein Reservoir. The azure reservoir, surrounded by mountains and forests, comes pretty close to the wild beauty of Canada without exaggerating. A short break here is therefore highly recommended. Strengthened, you continue towards the Achen Pass. Once there, you follow the route always downhill to Kreuth and thus reach the Tegernsee, another gem of Upper Bavaria.
06. DAY
60 km179 Hm387 Hm
Tegernsee - München
From Tegernsee you cycle via Gmund on a section of the Via Bavarica Tyrolensis long-distance cycle path to Munich. If you prefer something more sporty, there is also the possibility to take the more demanding variant over the Taubenberg and then the Munich waterway back to the state capital.
07. DAY
Individual Departure or Prolongation
Prices and Services
Season CategorySingle roomDouble room p.P.
14.04.2024 - 30.06.2024 (start day: daily)Standard1.129 EUR939 EUR
01.07.2024 - 14.09.2024 (start day: daily)Standard1.149 EUR959 EUR
15.09.2024 - 15.10.2024 (start day: daily)Standard1.129 EUR939 EUR
All prices per person in EURO
Services Included
  • done Cycling Individually
  • done 6 x overnight in selected hotels and pensions
  • done Rooms with Bath/shower and WC
  • done 6 x Breakfast
  • done Luggage transportation from hotel to hotel
  • done Digital route information
  • done Handlebar bag for your bike for your documents
  • done 7 days emergency phone number
Services not included
  • ×Arrival to and departure from tour
  • ×Cycling equipment such as shoes, helmet etc.
  • ×All local taxes payable on the spot
  • ×Personal expenses and tips
  • ×Transfers as long as not part of itinerary
  • ×Not booked boards
Copyright 2023 © Feuer und Eis Touristik GmbH | Cookie Settings | About us | terms and conditions | Data protection | Newsletter | Contact