City trip & hiking excursion in perfect combination
Would you like to combine your city trip in Munich with hiking in the countryside? Then just stay at the Hotel KonradP in Holzkirchen and experience the best of both worlds. Culture and shopping in Munich, nature and hiking in the Bavarian Oberland. You can drive to Tegernsee or Schliersee in half an hour, which offer wonderful hiking opportunities near Munich.
Pleasure hiking in the Munich area
The tranquility of our place is an absolute blessing on your short trip. Fall asleep relaxed after an exciting day in Munich and clear your head while hiking – the Hotel KonradP makes it possible. On the Schliersee tree adventure trail, for example, the wonders of nature are explained on a 500-metre-long circular route with various clever stations.
The area around the Hotel KonradP offers a diverse selection for enjoyable hiking. Holzkirchen is less than an hour’s drive from many of the most beautiful views in the Bavarian Lake District. Paradisiacal landscapes, endless expanses and untouched places await you when you embark on one of the leisurely hiking tours around Schliersee and Tegernsee. It’s hard to believe that the big city flair of Munich and hiking in a picturesque setting are so close together.
Hikes around the Bavarian lakes
In addition to Schliersee and Tegernsee, there are other lakes in the vicinity of Hotel KonradP that you can explore on long hikes. Drive a little further to Lake Chiemsee, Lake Kochel or Lake Walchen and spend unforgettable hours hiking in the midst of the Bavarian lake landscape. You can also combine your hikes with other activities such as boat trips, stand up paddling or wake boarding.
Mountain hiking on the Hirschberg
Anyone who is not afraid of climbs and more demanding routes when hiking near Munich has also come to the right place. The valley station, where your hike starts, is less than an hour’s drive from the Hotel KonradP. Here you can start your sporty day hike and if you want to save yourself part of the descent, simply slide back down into the valley on the Bizau summer toboggan run.
Tips for hiking
Hiking should not be underestimated. Even if the short hike is only intended to round off your Munich city trip, inexperienced people are well advised to prepare themselves conscientiously before the hike. Here are three practical tips for your next hiking holiday in Holzkirchen:
- Whether your hiking tour is more of a pleasure or a torture is ultimately determined by how fit you are. Therefore, before your hike, train your thigh muscles and back for hiking with a heavy backpack. Squats, rows, and back extensions are popular exercises.
- When eating during the hike, make sure you use carbohydrate-rich products that your body can digest quickly and easily: fruit, dextrose and energy bars are perfect. After the hike, however, you should replenish your protein and fat reserves.
- Especially those who only hike irregularly often make the mistake of skimping on shoes. But especially the inexperienced foot is particularly susceptible to injuries – a danger that is increased with the wrong shoe. A good hiking shoe should definitely be waterproof, have a wide rubber sole and give your toes some room to move.