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Alpine Region Tegernsee Schliersee

Alpine Region Tegernsee Schliersee

Welcome to the Tegernsee Schliersee Alpine region! Every season is an experience here - glistening mountain peaks and snow-covered treetops in winter, lush green alpine meadows and crystal-clear lakes in summer. Here in the Tegernsee Schliersee Alpine region, you can experience Bavaria like a picture book all year round. Enjoy it when the first rays of sunshine tickle your skin in spring, sniff the scent of the flowers and the fresh country air. Hot summer days are best spent relaxing by one of our many lakes, while the mountains and hiking trails beckon in cooler temperatures. As soon as the first snow falls, you can look forward to family-friendly slopes and varied cross-country ski trails. Even bad weather is nice here! When nature breathes a sigh of relief, the rain beats down on the dense forests, the mist drifts over the lakes and the torrents flow, our region radiates a very special power and naturalness. Enjoy the vastness, appreciate the peace and quiet, simply be in the moment. The Tegernsee Schliersee Alpine region will captivate you at any time of year!

Superlatives, facts & figures from the Tegernsee Schliersee Alpine region

  • The two largest lakes in the Tegernsee Schliersee Alpine region: Tegernsee and Schliersee
  • The three small mountain lakes: Spitzingsee, Soinsee and Suttensee
  • The lake with the most stars: A total of five Michelin stars await you at Lake Tegernsee.
  • So clean! The lakes in the Tegernsee Schliersee Alpine region have excellent water quality thanks to the many tributaries from small Alpine streams.
  • 3 mountains for the summit book:
    • The highest: Rotwand (1,884 m)
    • The famous one: Wendelstein (1,838 m)
    • The striking one: Wallberg (1,722 m)
  • The municipality of Kreuth was recognized as a mountaineering village by the German Alpine Association in 2018, making it a pioneer in sustainable mountain tourism.
  • How delightful: the stimulating climate is nothing other than a healing climate. So take a deep breath and do something for your well-being with every breath.
  • At monte mare on Lake Tegernsee, you can sweat it out in the legendary Irmingard sauna ship - and of course cool off by taking a dip in the lake.
  • Unrivaled: The Lanserhof Tegernsee is not only an architectural experience, but also the most modern health resort in Europe with a worldwide reputation
  • 2x legendary retreat
    • A must-visit: You should visit the Bräustüberl Tegernsee, where the Tegernsee beer probably tastes the best, at least once.
    • Songs & acting: Café Winklstüberl is the birthplace of Udo Jürgens' hit "Aber bitte mit Sahne" ("But with cream, please") and boss Thekla Mairhofer is known as an actress as well as for her huge collection of coffee grinders and her cakes and pastries that are almost as big as they are.
  • 3x snow kilometers
    • Tobogganing: Numerous toboggan runs await you in the region - the longest is the 6.5-kilometer natural toboggan run on the Wallberg.
    • Skiing: There are 32 kilometers of perfectly groomed slopes in the Sudelfeld ski paradise, including a large action world.
    • Cross-country skiing: Experiencing Route 36 in Bayrischzell means enjoying 36 kilometers of the finest cross-country trails (for classic skiers and skaters) in one go
  • 20 huts in the Alpine region are also open in the winter months - and are easily accessible on easy trails.
  • Well cared for: 4784 cattle, 67 horses and 537 goats and sheep graze on the more than 150 alpine pastures in the summer months.(as of 2021)
  • With over 34% organic farmers, the Tegernsee Schliersee Alpine region has the highest proportion of organic farmers in the whole of Germany