Day 1: Munich
Personal tour information and bike fitting. The capital city of the Free State of Bavaria invites you to stay in one of its many beer gardens and get into the mood for the bike tour by drinking a “Radlermaß” (a glass of beer and lemonade).
Overnight in Munich
Day 2: Munich – Bad Tölz (38 mi/60 km)
The Isar cycle path will lead you through green forests, via Wolfratshausen and Geretsried, to Bad Tölz. The town, located at the crossroads of two trade routes - the River Isar and the old salt route from Reichenhall to Allgäu - quickly became a thriving trading centre. The ornate mansions testify the golden age. The Tölzer Market Street invites you to learn more about the famous television series “Der Bulle von Tölz”.
Overnight in Bad Tolz
Day 3: Bad Tölz – Lake Schliersee (22 mi/35 km)
Today, you will cycle over gently rolling hills through the scenic landscape surrounding Lake Tegernsee. In Gmund you will be able to enjoy a magnificent panoramic view of the lake. We recommend taking a boat trip or go for a swim. Later you will continue on the Bodensee-Königssee bike path to Lake Schliersee.
Overnight in Lake Schliersee
Day 4: Lake Schliersee – Bad Feilnbach (22-31 mi/35-50 km)
First, you will cycle directly along the lake shore and on slightly hilly roads to Bad Feilnbach. Because of the mild climate and more than 30,000 fruit trees, the moor spa area is also called the "Bavarian Merano." Today’s destination is the colorfully decorated town of Bad Feilnbach.
Overnight in Bad Feilnbach
Day 5: Bad Feilnbach – Lake Chiemsee (22-28 mi/30-45 km)
You'll ride through the largest peat mining area of Bavaria, the Kollerfilze, and soon you will reach Neubeuern. All over town you will see two crossed ship hooks, the emblem of Neubeuern and a sign of the ship-building industry, which once was the residents’ main source of income. Then you will cycle via Frasdorf at the foot of the Chiemgau Mountains to Lake Chiemsee. Today’s destination is located on the southern lakeshore of the "Bavarian sea." You could take a boat trip to the islands Herrenchiemsee and Frauenchiemsee.
Overnight in Lake Chiemsee
Day 6: Lake Chiemsee – Inzell (31 mi/50 km)
The mountains are getting higher and higher but the bike path stays almost flat. You will cycle through the “Bergener Moos” on the foot of Mount Hochfelln (1,674 m), via Bad Adelholzen (healing spring), to Siegsdorf (natural history museum). From there, you will continue your journey along the river Rote Traun to the idyllic town of Inzell. The famous Lüftlmalerei paintings on the beautifully decorated townhouses are typical for the climatic health resort.
Overnight in Inzell
Day 7: Inzell – Salzburg (34 mi/55 km)
Today’s ride will take you on narrow paths between the mountains along the German Alpine Road via Schneitzlreuth and along the river Saalach to Bad Reichenhall. Be sure to explore the saline building, cathedral St. Zeno, and spa park. On your way back, you'll cycle across the border between Bavaria and Austria to Salzburg.
Overnight in Salzburg
Day 8: Salzburg
Breakfast marks the end of your tour. You can either arrange more days in Salzburg or get a taxi to the airport or train station.