The second instalment of Klaus’ Murnau collection provides a stunning snapshot of the region.
This series visits palaces of past kings, takes in postcard-worthy lakes and rolls through the stunning countryside of the region.

The spectacular landscape attracted world-famous painters like Kandinsky, and the region is famous for being the home of Expressionist painting.

Kini-Tour 1 (Linderhof)

Part 1 – Visit the King of Bavaria (“Kini”) Franz-Ludwing II. An easy ride from Bad Kohlgrub and through Oberammergau (famous for its “Passion Plays”), along bike paths and local roads until we finally arrive at “Schloss Linderhof”. Linderhof Palace, the eventual result of a long period of building and rebuilding, is the only large palace King Ludwig II lived to see completed. The Palace and its famous garden can be visited.
24.23KM
DISTANCE
58:44
DURATION
218M
ELEVATION

Kini-Tour 2 (Neuschwanstein)

Part 2 – Visit the King of Bavaria (“Kini”) Franz-Ludwig II. A very scenic sightseeing ride to the famous and world-known Schloss Neuschwanstein.
Definetely enjoy the awesome views when going mostly downhill towards Füssen before cycling on the bike path to Neuschwanstein.
18.91KM
DISTANCE
45:54
DURATION
93M
ELEVATION

Kini-Tour 3 (Neuschwanstein)

Part 3 – Visit the King of Bavaria (“Kini”) Franz-Ludwig II. A short sightseeing ride close to the famous and world-known Schloss Neuschwanstein.
Neuschwanstein Castle is a 19th-century romantic eclecticism palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by King Ludwig II of Bavaria as a retreat and in honour of Richard Wagner.

11.07KM
DISTANCE
24:50
DURATION
59M
ELEVATION

Scenic Bavaria 5 (Back-To-BK)

Bavaria at its best. A 50 minute ride through undulating terrain with green lush meadows. Starting close to the famous “Wieskirch” and going east on rural roads and bike baths along the “Ammergauer Alpen”. Through Bad Kohlgrub, the highest moor spa in Germany. The ride finishes ride on the gravel path at the Murnauer Moos.
20.82KM
DISTANCE
44:59
DURATION
211M
ELEVATION

Murnau Moos

An early morning ride through the “Murnauer Moos”. Use it ideally as a warm-up ride. The “Murnauer Moos” is located in the district of Garmisch Partenkirchen on the northern edge of the Bavarian Alps. It represents the largest contiguous near-natural mire area in Central Europe. Starting in Murnau, we cycle on the gravel path with the Alps in view and then take a short ride through the woods.
8.01KM
DISTANCE
20:39
DURATION
65M
ELEVATION

Plansee to Falkenstein

The Plansee with its incredible light-green water (when sunny!) is one of the lesser-known lakes in Austria. Cycle along the north short before descending down to Reutte. On smaller roads and cycle paths we finally cross the invisible border to Germany and climb the steep “Falkenstein” with a last awesome view into the Alps.

32.93KM
DISTANCE
1:28:01
DURATION
540M
ELEVATION

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