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Information about Covid and travel

Answers to questions concerning the current Covid-Sotiaton in the Chiemgau-Area can be found here

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Mountain bikers on the Hochplatten circuit near Grassau
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The Chiemgau Alps between Munich and Salzburg have always been a popular MTB area. And recently the first signposted mountainbike region in the Bavarian Alps has been established there: MTB fans will find a mountain bike network of over 750 kilometers on around 1,200 square kilometers. 71 tours, including bike & hike and bike & swim tours, lead to mountain huts and peaks. Many tours are suitable for E-MTBs or gravel bikes.

The designated routes run mainly on forestroads. Along the way you will get magnificent views of the Alpine foothills or the glaciers of the main Alpine ridge. Most of the signposted tours run on hiking trails and are used “mitnand” by all mountain sports enthusiasts - with mutual consideration.

Bike & Hike, Bike & Swim

Not all tours lead directly to the summit. And narrow mountain paths are a pleasure to walk and protect nature. That is why some tours are designed as Bike & Hike. Tours that lead past small alpine lakes promise even more delight - and an invitation to refresh yourself.

Mountain bikers on the Kaitlalm near Ruhpolding
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Top 15 MTB tours

15 tours with special highlights

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Hikers and mountain bikers on the same path
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Bike & Hike

With the MTB and on foot to the most beautiful peaks in the Chiemgau-Area

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Bike & Swim at Kohlstatt in Bergen
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Bike & swim

Important: pack your bikini and swimming trunks for these tours!

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Alpine hut on the Geigelstein
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Alpine pastures and mountain inns

Bread time is already waiting ...

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Mitnand campaign shield
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"Mitnand"

Hikers and bikers out and about in the mountains together

It's this way
Beschilderung der MTB Region Chiemsee Chiemgau
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MTB signage

Just follow the signs and you will get safely from A to B.