Fantastic mountain bike tours lead you, for example, through the extensive Gaistal or into the Karwendel.

There are both small rounds for 1 to 2-hour rides, as well as large tours. We are located directly on the Zugspitz Circumnavigation with a length of approx. 100 km and 2,000 metres in altitude. A trip to the Karwendelhaus (1765m) or to the Schachenhaus of King Ludwig (1866m) or a Karwendel crossing with a length of over 100km are just a few of the numerous tour suggestions.

You can also get GPS tracks for your GPS device at our house. If you do not have your own GPS, we can also provide you with a device already equipped with the corresponding tracks.

Zugspitze circumnavigation

At the beginning, you roll in about 10 kilometres down the Leutasch valley on a beautiful path along the edge of a forest. Take the road down the mountain from the Geisterklamm gorge to just before Mittenwald. In the last bend to the right, turn left onto a path. From there, your path takes you past the Lautersee and Ferchensee lakes. Finally along the Ferchenbach to Elmau Castle, then via Wamberg to Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Karwendelhaus

You can take a leisurely ride down the Leutasch valley on a very beautiful path along the edge of the forest. Passing the Geisterklamm gorge, you descend towards Mittenwald along the very southern-looking riverbed of the Isar to Scharnitz. There the trail leads into the Karwendel, always uphill past small mountain lakes and an alpine pasture up to the Karwendelhaus, 1765 m above sea level. Either turn around here to Scharnitz and from there to the Trientls├Ąge and via Seefeld back to Oberleutasch. Or you can do the Karwendel crossing, which takes you back to Mittenwald after a further 1000 metres of altitude difference via the Vereineralm.

To the Seebensee

You cross the entire Gaistal valley along the Leutascher Ache, which is an idyllic, crystal-clear stream near its source. At the Igelsee lake you have almost reached the first hill. From there, the trail continues in the direction of Seebenalm. Here begins a steeper, somewhat coarse gravel road with a small ford up to the Seebensee, 1657 m above sea level.

A detour on foot to the Coburger H├╝tte and the Drachensee lake at 1874 m is worthwhile. Walk approx. 1 hour.

  • from the entrance to the Gaistal exclusively gravelled paths

Around Oberleutasch

Explore the immediate surroundings first. On this very beautiful 1 to 2-hour loop, your bike will take you along idyllic paths around beautiful Oberleutasch.

  • mainly gravelled
  • partly root paths
  • little asphalt
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