Pedaling in the Bavarian Countryside Again

July 16 and 17, 2019
Just a week ago we explored the area to the west of our home. This week we had another two-day tour in mind, but to the east. We left our little Würm Valley and made our way to the larger Isar River which flows from the Alps to the Danube. The waters of the Würm will also feed the mighty Danube, but by way of a detour to the Amper and the Isar. Travelling overland we will also reach the Isar, but we have no intention of following it to the Danube, we are not following rivers today. Our modest goal for the day is Otterfing.
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I'm a US born ex-pat, having lived most of my adult life in Munich, Germany. Cycling and photography are my favorite things.

6 response to "Pedaling in the Bavarian Countryside Again"

  1. By: The Navigator Posted: July 21, 2019

    “The weather was again perfect, and our bags light.” Well, that says it all, really! It looked like such a nice ride through lovely countryside. Glad you are able to get out and about and explore your new surroundings in nice weather.

  2. By: Lah Posted: July 21, 2019

    Great little trip! I do not know a thing about your new camera. In fact, I didn’t know they took stills. Sounds versatile.

  3. By: NancyG Posted: July 21, 2019

    Great little getaway Suzanne. You do indeed have not only beautiful countryside to ride in, there is lots of history as well as intriguing and cozy/cute places to stop, eat, or sleep!
    I LOVE that the cows have the right of way and motorists must be patient ;’-)

  4. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: July 21, 2019

    What a great ride! Even the ‘boring’ sections look very nice to me — corn and beans only last so long as entertainment — watching them switch sides of the road. 🙂

    I like the Go-Pro info and looking forward to videos — the ones Bill has on YouTube are great, almost as if you are there riding. Now if I could get him to do the Ride to Work video in real time rather than accelerated, we could see the commute just as he did and enjoy the sights of Santa Rosa. 😉

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