Hotel Schilcherhof

Bahnhofstrasse 17, Oberammergau, Bavaria, 82487, Germany
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BICYCLING FUESSEN TO OBERAMMERGAU

by LoveTraveling

We will be in Fuessen for a few days in july. Are their any bike routes leading there? Is it possible to go there and back on bikes? If not then best way to travel there for a day trip suggestions would be appreciated.

RE: BICYCLING FUESSEN TO OBERAMMERGAU

by cachaseiro

cycling in germany is very common and the infrastructure is very bicycle friendly.
it's certainly possible to cycle that stretch and a very nice way to see a foreign country.

RE: BICYCLING FUESSEN TO OBERAMMERGAU

by abalada

Some general information:
http://www.germany-tourism.de/biking/index.html

Here a map
http://www.bayerninfo.de/radler/rwby0401.htm
Füssen is rather in the mid of this map.
Oberammergau is where you can read Ammer-Amper-Radw(eg) right from Füssen, directly at the end (of this part) of the map.

Thus you follow the Bodensee-Königssee-Radweg eastbound (22 km + 7 km + 3 km) and than you follow the Ammer-Amper-Radweg southbound (9 km) to Oberammergau.

This map is available in printed form for free.
http://www.bayerninfo.de/radler/h_radler_e.html
But I guess shipping is only free to the countries in the drop-down list.
In your case you have to give "USA" in the field "anderes Land" (other country) and see what will happen.

This map shows however only the far distance bicycle routes. Not the (many) local and regional ones. You can buy in Füssen much more detailed maps.

In this region bicycle transport on local trains is free.
Map of this region (page 1) which shows the railroads in this region (green = bicycle transport is free).
http://www.bahn.de/p/view_nav4/mdb/alle/dbregio/fahrrad/MDB13611-bahn_bike_bay_kostenlos_05.pdf
Between Füssen and Oberammergau you'll be however mostlikely faster by bicycle than to go by train via Geltendorf (a really huge detour). But generally the combination bicycle + train is a nice things - allows you to go twice as far and avoids that you have to ride the same route back by bicycle.


RE: BICYCLING FUESSEN TO OBERAMMERGAU

by abalada

Small error, missed the first 3 km from Füssen, thus Füssen to Oberammergau is (adding the distances from the map):
3 + 22 + 7 + 3 + 9 = 44 km

RE: RE: BICYCLING FUESSEN TO OBERAMMERGAU

by LoveTraveling

Thank you so much for taking the time to help me with my trip plans. Your suggestion were very helpful.

Travel Tips for Oberammergau

Hiking and biking

by TinKan

There are plenty of trails to go hiking and biking on around the area.

Try renting a bike and riding down the main road along the river. There is alot of wild life to see along the river and many nice places to take a picnic.

Passion play House

by mvtouring

The Passion stage is one of the largest open air stages in the world. The original text of the play stems from more than one source and has been altered several times in the course of its 350 year history. The staging of the play has changed very little since the 1920's. The impressive massive scenes call for up to 800 actors on stage at the same time.
Only citizens of Oberammergau is allowed to partake as actors.

Oberammergau (Town by Ammer river) by Margie Bang

by MissyWQ

"The Passion Play"

This play is presented every ten years.
The stage is open air but the audience sits under a roof. The day we were there it RAINED in the afternoon - I mean LOTS OF WATER (viel wasser). The actors stood in the rain dripping! The audience was dry.
I wonder if they have since covered the stage!

In 2010, hundreds of thousands will flock to the Bavarian village of Oberammergau, Germany, to see the famed Passion Play, a nearly 400-year-old tradition.

The Passion Play depicts the last five days in the life of Jesus Christ, from Palm Sunday to Easter. Preserved throughout the centuries, the Oberammergau Passion Play was performed for the 40th time in 2000, when nearly half a million visitors came to watch 110 performances of the play.

The 41st Passion Play will run daily May through September 2010.

"The place to be at intermission."

We stayed in a small Pension (home) and walked to the stage. A long nap at lunchtime kept us awake during the afternoon show while many fell asleep in the audience.

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Address: Bahnhofstrasse 17, Oberammergau, Bavaria, 82487, Germany