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Chiemgau Alps Training Weekend

Your break in the Alps – 28/04-1/05/2018

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It is true that the German side of the Alps seems relatively modest. But we don't always have to go to the Col du Galibier in France or the Stelvio Pass in Italy. The German Alps have wonderful, high ascents, too. On this long weekend in the Chiemgau, the border area between Upper Bavaria and the Tyrol, we would like to show you that there are great passes in this region, too.

The Bavarian Alps rise commandingly over the largely flat foothills of the Alps. We aim to exploit this by offering you a mixture of rides that are ideal for this early season period, from easy tempo sections in the Chiemgau, spiced up by great views of the main line of the Alps, but also with superb alpine passes where you’ll be able to check on your early season form. The Sudelfeld, the Spitzingsattel, the crème de la crème of the German Alps – what more could you want?

Your alpine break.


The Guides

Jörg - The Flatlander

quäldich-Guide Joerg Lenz

Comes from the Münster area and earned his climbing spurs by riding all (!) the passes and summits in the Baumberge hills. But as his Epic Climbs name reveals, doesn't mind the less mountainous rides.

Jens – The Nature Lover

quäldich-Guide  Jens Heuer

Enjoys going to work at 6 in the morning in the winter almost as much as pedalling up and down mountains. Inspired by fellow flatlander Jörg and a massive Epic Climbs fan.

Gerhard – the Mobile Home Rider

quäldich-Guide Gerhard Schaffer

... loves taking his mobile home from his native Salzburg area to the foot of the high passes and ride them at a relaxed pace. Recently he's mainly been doing this in the Western Alps. In demand as a windbreak, Gerhard made his guiding debut in the Vosges in 2017.

Getting there

Our base of Ebbs lies in the Inn Valley, on the German-Austrian border.


From Germany via München - Rosenheim on the A93 to the Oberaudorf exit, then across the border to Ebbs.

From Austria via Salzburg - Rosenheim on Germany's A93.

From Switzerland and western Austria via Innsbruck on Austria's A12, which becomes Germany's A93.

We recommend you use our internal forum to organise car-sharing.

The nearest airports are Munich, Salzburg and Innsbruck. From there take a regional train to Oberaudorf from Munich main station or Kufstein. It is around 7 kms from Oberaudorf to the hotel.

Oberaudorf station is on the München Hbf - Kufstein regional train line. It is around 7 kms from the station to the hotel.

The Itinerary

Guided Bike Tour 28/04-1/05/2018

  • Friday, 27th April 2018
    Anyone who has booked the hotel for tonight travels to Ebbs.
  • Saturday, 28th April 2018
    Travel to Eltville. Start the first ride at 10am.
  • Sunday, 29th April and Monday, 30th April 2018
    Second and third rides from Ebbs
  • Monday, 1st May 2018
    Fourth ride from Ebbs. Return between around 2pm and 4pm.

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