Skiing at Lake Tegernsee in Upper Bavaria
Perfect weather, good prospects and perfect slope conditions - all this has the Tegernsee as a winter sports area has to offer. That one there in the winter can not sit still, but prefer anschnallt skis, is obvious.
And that goes Tegernsee excellent: Whether black, red or blue: The ski areas around the Tegernsee have to offer slopes for each claim. With a slope length of some ten kilometers of Tegernsee is popular with small and large alpine ski riders and snowboarders. The connection to the family ski area Spitzingsee-Tegernsee, which is the biggest, connected skiing area in Germany, located another 25 kilometers of driving fun arise with guaranteed snow from November to April, including panoramic views. The ski area Spitzingsee-Tegernsee belongs to Skipass- and mountain railway composite AlpenPlus with a total of five Ski resorts in Bavaria and Tirol.
From Bad Wiessee from the area can easily be reached in fifteen minutes. While families will enjoy the cozy sun Mooslift to Experienced and freeriders can let off steam at Rosskopf. But Snowboarders will find their territory, in demanding Burton Funpark at the
Lower Firstalm. Whoever starts from Kreuth from, has the choice between Kirchberg and Hirschberg. Both Skireviere offer light to medium terrain and are therefore ideal especially for families and beginners. If all that is not enough, you can either go for après-ski or even in Gmund am trying Oedberg which is equally suitable for beginners, families, intermediate and advanced.
So: On your boards, get set, go!
Brettl bacon from Rottach-Egern to Gmund there read here:
- Alpine skiing at Rottach-Egern
- Alpine skiing at Kreuth
- Alpine skiing at Gmund
- Alpine skiing at Oedberg
With over 100 kilometers of blocked Snow joy can the word
cross-country skiing take confidently seriously. Due to the safe snow conditions and lovely countryside is the Winter sports region Tegernsee very popular with the classic cross-country skiers as skaters and highly recommended. In winter, the holiday region of Tegernsee transformed into a fairytale landscape as it could not be better to see in a picture book and is one of the most beautiful regions for cross-country skiing in Upper Bavaria. Through romantic valleys, past snowy treetops and fields, up to sexy high way it goes for kilometers for athletes on maintained trails through the glistening snow.
Various routes options provide the necessary relief from mild to severe in the villages Kreuth, Gmund, Rottach-Egern and Bad Wiessee as well as stunning views of mountains, water and villages. In Kreuth the trail network leading even to the border of neighboring Austria and night owls make their rounds of 18-21 pm on the lighted trails in the district Brunnbichl and in Bad Wiessee.
Beginners and advanced are in good hands with the local ski schools:
Trained nordic instructors teach there the right cross-country skiing technique and help the skiers in the track. In addition, they hold modern rental equipment for skiers ready. Am Tegernsee prevail in winter so the best conditions in order to explore the area and to keep it even fit. Who happy and relaxed to return to the starting point in the evening, let the evening best in the Tegernsee Bräustüberl or finish in one of the other quaint locations.
- Overview of cross-country skiing in Miesbach
- High-resolution 360 ° panoramic view of -Winter Sutten Langlaufloipe
Who wants sledding in Upper Bavaria, is on Tegernsee dead right! Because am Tegernsee there is a whole series of toboggan runs, especially the longest natural toboggan run in Germany on Wallenberg case Rottach-Egern.Whole 6.5 kilometer piste - which is about half an hour - can toboggan friends here downhill plunge into pleasure. To ensure that everything is above board, and none from lands the beaten path, is the path that you can take on foot or Wallbergbahn, newly prepared and checked daily. Who does not have a carriage, can of course borrow one here. Since the Wallenberg route is not completely harmless, is wearing a helmet also for experienced riders recommends.
Not quite as long (5 or 3 km), but no less rapidly it goes for sled professionals and that it would like to be, in Kreuth nature path from Hirschberg (Rise from Kreuth-Scharling) and the toboggan run Setzberg (Rise from Kreuth-center) down. The toboggan run on Hirschberg leads to Hirschberghaus and is well suited even for experienced sledders. Here takes place every year in February the famous race from Price Hirschberg instead. Several rental facilities on site.
To Setzberg slopes go up to about 50 minutes before it then ten minutes of a (sometimes icy) route through the sparse woods and on sharp turns back downhill. This route is suitable for families with children and offers plenty of variety.
In January and February of Rodel Club invites Kreuth Guests and locals on Fridays from 19 am for night sledding on its illuminated natural toboggan run at the gorge (between Wildbad Kreuth and Bayerwald) a. Besides tobbogans for hire and advice on driving technique and sports equipment by experienced lugers are included in the package. For organized events tobogganing contact directly to the toboggan Club Kreuth - underwww.rodelclub-kreuth.de.
In der City Tegernsee There are two toboggan possibilities: Decreasing ringing from Neureuth (length 2 km, access to Lieberhof or climb from the village) takes about 15 minutes, before you have to, however, a relatively steep and narrow path uphill fight. For children, the web is therefore not appropriate. After about 45 minutes the road is a little flatter and after about an hour one sees then already the Neureuther Hütte, which is cultivated all year. The departure is varied and involves both flat sections and sharp turns. Those who wish to borrow a toboggan, this can at Café Bergschwalbe on Neureuthparkplatz.
The second toboggan run in town Tegernsee is the Riederstein (length 2 km, access by Riederstein street, climb from the car park): 45 minutes ascent, a ten minute downhill. After the first curves leads to a small clearing, the rest of the web is usually in a mixed forest. If allowed by snow conditions, taking a detour from the Galaun-Alm to Riederstein worth. The small chapel up there offers beautiful views of Lake Tegernsee. Difficulty train: medium. No toboggan rental.
Gmund has a natural toboggan run of 3.5 km in length to offer (access via the Gmunder district alley. ascent from parking), which is however often iced and therefore more suitable for experienced riders. After about an hour's walk and a stopover in Berggasthaus Neureuth the fun can begin. necessarily bring here please their own carriage, as there is no rental.
Bad Wiessee (Access via Prinzenruhweg) offers a double driving pleasure, even at the PRINZENRUH and at the Aueralm. Attention kids: The route to the PRINZENRUH is just perfectly suited for beginners, it is here but only a 100-meter-long toboggan. The ski school Ostler gives carriage and Prinzenruhstüberl sold cakes and coffee - there's something better?
The second route, at the Aueralm (starting point Parking Söllbachtal or depending on snow conditions over Sonnenbichl / Zeiselbachtal), is much more demanding and leads after 1.5 hours climb from the free pastures down into Söllbachtal. Whole 4.5 km measures the web. Here you can come to the mountain and valley in the Aueralm and Söllbachklause.