As a flyer and available online: Trainees from the region have developed a new bike tour. Here (from left) Antonia Schwarz (TTT), Katharina Reitmeyer (AibKur GmbH), Amelie Schauer (REO) and Thorsten Schär, trainers of the REO, present the printed work, which is displayed in the tourist information offices of the region. © REO
"Stadt Land Rad" – this is the name of a new cycle route that leads from Bad Aibling to Feldkirchen-Westerham (Rosenheim district) and through the district of Miesbach.
District – A 100-kilometre-long, varied cycling and nature experience for all those who want to discover the Upper Bavarian Alpine foothills and their landscapes. It was developed by four trainees from the region, including Antonia Schwarz from Tegernseer Tal Tourismus GmbH (TTT) and Amelie Schauer from Regionalentwicklung Oberland (REO).
Tour also possible over several days
"With 'Stadt Land Rad', we wanted to develop a product to develop an offer for sportier cyclists up to gravel bikers. In addition, the connection between the two districts was important to us and thus also the strengthening of cooperation," explains Schauer. The round trip is intended to appeal to all enthusiastic cyclists, sports enthusiasts as well as families with children. It can be ridden in one day, but also in stages, because there are overnight accommodations along the way.
Cultural sights along the way
The start is in Bad Aibling. From there it goes along the Mangfall to Feldkirchen-Westerham, uphill to Seehamer See, further via Miesbach to Gmund and via Hausham, Schliersee and Fischbachau to Au near Bad Aibling and finally back to the starting point Bad Aibling. There are some cultural sights to discover along the way and plenty of places to stop for refreshments.
The bike tour can be accessed digitally and downloaded as a GPX file. It can be found in the tour portal under www.tegernsee-schliersee.de/tourenportal. In addition, flyers have been created that will be distributed in all tourist information offices in the region.
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