Dag/day 1: Großhelfendorf-Kufstein
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Erstellt am 03.08.2022
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durch Ottocolor am 03.08.2022
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Aying, Bayern, DE (604 m NHN)
Langkampfen, Tirol, AT (487 m NHN)
The first part of the day it was overcast with a few drops of rain. In the afternoon dry with some sunny spells. In the evening steady rainfall that goes on all night. Pleasant temperatures and light to moderate tail- and crosswinds.
Before the stagebegin in Grosshelfendorf we spend two nights on the campsite in Thalkirchen south of Munich. This city we devote a complete restday. Today we took the commuter train from Siemenswerke station out of the city to Grosshelfendorf.
In the morning Thomas and I had a dip in the river Isar, and after a "rolling start" by means of a commuter train the bike holiday itself began in Grosshelfendorf.
Here we quickly made for the river Mangfall by way of a gentle hill. After a good homemade lunch in the village of Westerham we followed this river down to Rosenheim. Here we turned south and went along the river Inn, which is the Danube's largest tributary into Austria. Before we reached the border we had a coffee break in the beautiful Bavarian village of Neubeuern. In Kufstein we shopped for supper on the campsite some 5 km further.
Here Alexander and Simon acted cooks an served the traditional first stage menu: Pasta with meat sauce. Unfortunately, it rained and kept doing so for the rest of the night. Even more unfortunately, the water trickled into my tent and wetted my sleeping bag, even on the inside!