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The latest information about the Watzmann Hochkönig Circuit.
New route via Frillensee and Steiner Alm
For 2019, the northern loop was optimized: Stage 4 from Ruhpolding to Bad Reichenhall-Marzoll now leads to the idyllic Frillensee - he is considered the coldest lake in Central Europe and is therefore always refreshing - and the popular Steiner Alm! The exact route you find at the stage 4 north
New map for the Watzmann Hochkönig round - ideal for mountain bikers
The new edition of the 1:75,000 map of the Watzmann Hochkönig Circuit has just been published. It also features the new alternative routes via Bluntautal and Carl von Stahl Haus (alternative option for the stage between Golling and Ramsau/Hintersee). Besides the map sections, elevation profiles and route descriptions for all the stages, the map also features 15 cycle-friendly hotels along the route.
The map is available to order free of charge here.
New stage Golling – Carl von Stahl Haus – Königssee
Bulging quads and killer calves? Then the direct, but more strenuous, variation of the Golling to Ramsau/Königssee stage via Bluntautal and Carl von Stahl Haus may be for you. It starts by snaking its way through open forests up to Ober Jochalm. The woodland opens up and before long you'll be carrying your bike. Tiring work, but worth it for the a sunny seat on the terrace at Carl von Stahl Haus. After a steep descent it's time for a ride along the Königssee until the new route joins up with the old, which goes via Hallein, Bad Dürmberg and Rossfeld to the Königssee and onto Ramsau. Click here for the new stage.
New video for the Watzmann Hochkönig Circuit
The 10-day tour for border hoppers. Since 2009 mountain bikers have been able to conquer the wonderful mountainous region round both of these famous peaks: in Salzburg in Austria, as well as neighbouring Bavaria in Germany! The video gives you a good idea of the 5-day southern loop. Get a first impression of the Watzmann Hochkönig Circuit.