Mountain bike - Hohentanne tour


This beautiful evening tour leads via the “flattened road” up to “Tannenbankerl” (“little fir tree bench”) near the hill known as “Hohentanne”, from where you have a wonderful view across the Murnau Moor to the Ammergau Alps.

© Source: Das Blaue Land
  • Type Mountainbiking
  • Difficulty easy
  • Duration 2:15 h
  • Distance 23,8 km
  • Ascent 498 m
  • Descent 509 m
  • Lowest point 617 m
  • Highest point 957 m
We start the tour at the Lower Market area in Murnau. First you proceed via the castle moat to the Tengelmann Centre and then ride onto Kochlerstraße. Via the bike route we reach the Murnau Accident Hospital. After that the route goes down into the moor. In Mühlhagen we turn off to the right in order to get to Hechendorf. From Hechendorf we follow the Loisach River to Weichs, cross under the autobahn and reach Ohlstadt with a view of the Heimgarten. Now we follow the signage to Glentleiten. Now the tour continues on a long uphill on the so-called “flattened road”. After a long turn we reach a bench with a great view into the valley. Now the route once again goes slightly uphill, but you can already look forward to a long downhill. This leads past the Kreutalm alpine pasture to Schwaiganger. We once again cross under the autobahn and again pass the glider airfield back in the direction of Ohlstadt. Shortly after Pömetsried you have to tackle a little stretch with pushing the bike in order to arrive at the Murnau Moor. From Achrain we follow the already known route back to the starting point.
In order to guarantee a smooth cycling tour we recommend the following equipment:
  • Bicycle helmet
  • Gloves
  • Short or long cycling pants
  • Short or long jersey
  • Rain jacket
  • Good shoes, possibly with click-in mechanism
  • Sunglasses
  • Drinking system
  • Food
  • First aid kit
  • GPS device + second set of batteries
  • Up-to-date map (scale 1:50,000)
  • Spare inner tube, pump
  • Tools
  • Camera
  • Money
The tour has been arranged to the best of our knowledge. There is no guarantee for the accuracy of statements. The tour occurs at your own risk and can be linked with the risks that always usually exist when taking part in activities in the mountains. Any liability is excluded.

Please always be considerate of pedestrians and hikers. Draw attention to yourself in due time, reduce speed, and dismount and push the bike on narrow trails. We call for respectful cooperation among hikers and bikers.

In case of emergency, please notify the nearest rescue coordination centre. Regardless of location, you can reach this throughout Germany under the telephone number 112.

From Munich via the A95 motorway and St2062 state road as well as from Garmisch-Partenkirchen via the federal highway B2.
Parking lots in the city centre of Murnau.


Please note: guests in “The Blue Land” and the “Ammergau Alps” regions can park free of charge at a variety of municipal parking areas (maximum parking time may not be exceeded) with the electronic guest card or the KönigsCard.

Bus stop: Murnau Postamt

Buslines around Murnau:

9601 Weilheim - Huglfing - Uffing - Murnau

9607 Murnau - Ohlstadt - Ettal and back (only saturdays!)

9611 Kochel - Schlehdorf - Großweil - Ohlstadt - Murnau (Open-air Museum Glentleiten only from april - october)

9620 Murnau - Riegsee - Aidling - Murnau

9621 Murnau - Seehausen - Grafenaschau

9631 Murnau - Obersöchering / Uffing - Eglfing

9641 Murnau - Seehausen - Uffing - Kirnberg

Train stations: Murnau Bahnhof and Murnau Ort (Route Murnau - Oberammergau)

Murnau Bahnhof (Route Munich - Murnau - Garmisch-Partenkirchen)


Guests in “The Blue Land” and the “Ammergau Alps” regions can use a variety of bus lines free of charge with the electronic guest card or the KönigsCard. You can obtain further information at:

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Map and arrival

Elevation profile