Tegernsee Things to Do

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    Ride the Lake Boats

    by travelfrosch Updated Feb 3, 2014

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    Let's face it: You came to Tegernsee to see the Tegernsee, right? What better way to see the lake than board a lake boat? For a round-trip tour, you have two choices: A "large round trip" on Line A or B (a large boat, food and drink available, bicycles allowed aboard, a 90-minute trip, cost EUR 13.50), or a shorter "southern round trip" on Line C or D (a smaller boat, no food, drink, or bikes, a 70-minute trip, cost EUR 9.50). Note that the EUR 13.50 ticket is valid all day, so the long trip is probably your best value if you plan to take more than one boat ride. Point-to-point tickets and family tickets are also available. 10% discount with a valid Bayern-Ticket.

    Enjoying a boat ride A lake boat passes by Sara enjoys the view Aboard the lake boat Minifrosch enjoys himself
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    Stroll Along the Lake

    by travelfrosch Updated Feb 21, 2013

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    A fine excuse to fritter and waste the hours in an offhand way is to stroll along the lake shore. You can gaze out at the lake and watch the boats go by, or look inland and enjoy the decorated buildings. There are plenty of restaurants, shops and cafes available should your wallet feel too heavy. On the other hand, the numerous park benches are free.

    Minifrosch enjoys a stroll zzzzzzz Boats along the lake A Lakeside Cafe
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    hike up to wallberg.

    by cachaseiro Written Jun 22, 2008

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    the hike to wallberg is a very scenic hike that is just long enough to make you sweat.
    the views from wallberg are very good and there is a cable car that you can take down if you don´t feel like walking back.
    wallberg is also a ski resort in the winter, but i have only been there in summer months where it´s an ideal hiking spot.

    the hiking trail to wallberg. the trail is well sign posted. on the way to the top. there are places to rest when you get to the top. and the view from the top is hard to beat.
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    View of Tegernsee

    by Bigjones Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    You can take a cable-car from the Tegernsee valley to the summit, the Wallberg mountain, which offers spectacular views. On top, you can make a short hike around (you can climb up to a small shrine) and it's possible to hike back down to the base station (+/- 1,5 hours).

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    Hike to Riederstein

    by travelfrosch Written Mar 9, 2013

    A fine and scenic hike from Tegernsee is the path to the chapel of Riederstein. The beginning part of the trail winds its way along the ridge for spectacular views of the lake and town as you ascend. The trail isn't too difficult (and arguably even stroller-friendly) until the guesthouse Galaun, just below the chapel. From there, it is a short but very steep scramble up to the chapel. On a clear day, the views are absolutely delightful. From the chapel, you can either retrace your steps, take a bike trail around the back side of the mountain and back to Tegernsee, or continue on to the more difficult hiking destination of Baumgartenshneid. I took the latter option with Richie and D; they had little problem, though I found myself huffing and puffing a bit by the end.

    Enjoying the view Richie and D at the summit View from the ascent View of town and lake View from the Baumgartenschneid
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    The Lake Tegernsee

    by Henkster Written Jun 5, 2003

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    It is located about 60 km south of Munich and about 30 km from the Austria border, surrounded by pre-Alpine beauty.

    Lake Tegernsee

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    The towns

    by Henkster Written Jun 5, 2003

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    The towns on Tegernsee are typically Bavarian and very beautiful. Many wealthy people live on this lake.

    Typical architecture in Bavaria

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