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Cycle Tour Radrunde Wasserburg_Inzell_Zell am See_Walchsee_Wasserburg

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Elevation profile Cycle Tour Radrunde Wasserburg_Inzell_Zell am See_Walchsee_Wasserburg

Added on 04 Jul 2019,

on 04 Jul 2019

Cycle route metrics

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ridden

Total distance in km

300

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Cumulative elevation gain in m

2.995

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Avg. slope uphill in %

1,00

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Cumulative elevation loss in m

2.898

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GPS track data

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Rights owner

ihmuc

Rights characteristic / license

cc0: Public Domain no Rights reserved

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creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/

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by ihmuc on 04 Jul 2019

Track points in total

5.612

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Track points per km (avg)

19

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Start/endpoint

Start location

Wasserburg am Inn, Bayern, DE (377 m NHN)

End location

Wasserburg am Inn, Bayern, DE (474 m NHN)

Character

eine schöne Radrunde mit viel Auf und Ab, zum Schluss eine lange Passage am Fluss entlang:)

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Landscape

Endmoränenlandschaft; Gebirge; Seen; Flussauen;

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Travel to and from ...

Start- und Endpunkt der Bahnhof von Wasserburg am Inn (Reitmehring);

dorthin kann man mit dem Auto oder der Bahn fahren;

Connecting cycle path

z.B. der Innradweg oder auch der Tauernradweg.. und so einige mehr..

Remarks

Eine schöne Runde habe ich gedreht mit dem Fahrrad;

der erste Tag von Wasserburg nach Inzell ist geprägt vom ein oder anderen Auf und Ab im Endmoränen-Voralpen-Gebiet; hier habe ich nicht immer die optimale Wegeführung gefunden, da ich ein wenig grob mit einem Tool geplant hatte...;

der zweite Tag, von Inzell nach Zell am See, führt zumeist entlang der Alpenstraße im engen Taleinschnitt der Berge Richtung Süden; in weiten Teilen schöne Schotter- oder auch Asphaltwege; daneben jedoch auch die ein oder andere Passage auf der Straße; auch hier der ein oder andere Anstieg zu meistern:);

der dritte Tag dann von Zell am See nach Walchsee; hier habe ich den Weg über Leogang und dann zumeist auf aussichtsreichem Höhenweg mit Blick später dann auch den wilden Kaiser gewählt; zuerst recht schön, wenig Autoverkehr, dann ein Stück an der Hauptstraße, wenn man den kleinen Pass bewältigt hat, dann geht es stets weiter Auf und Ab, zumeist auf Schotterwegen; in St. Johann dann eine ganze Weile relativ flach gen Norden auf einem schönen Radweg; weil ich nicht straßennah fahren wollte, habe ich noch eine kleine 'Bergeinlage' kurz vor dem Abzweig nach Walchsee unternommen und bin zwischen den Paraglidern in Kössen herausgekommen; leider viel Verkehr in Walchsee, da Wochenende und Sonnenschein.. später dann kehrt Ruhe ein; der Ort leider doch recht an der Straße.. und der See daher, wenn man nicht den kleinen Streifen beim Seebad nimmt, nicht besonders zugänglich..;

zurück nach Wasserburg dann zuerst gemächlich ansteigend und eine feine Abfahrt! in das Inntal; dann eine gaaaanze Weile den Innradweg entlang; nur zur Mittagsrast ging es steil bergan;);

Beds4Cyclists, worth visiting and infrastructure

Name and address

Latitude / Longitude

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Mobile

Type of accommodation

Route km
Dist. to route
Elevation AMSL

Rating for cyclists

 

6 km
0,5 km
428 m

 

DE-83512 Wasserburg am Inn

 

Hotel without restaurant (garni)

 

32 km
0,2 km
534 m

DE-83370 Seeon-Seebruck

 

Abbey/convent

Kloster Seeon
Kloster Seeon, Ansicht mit Klostersee
Kloster Seeon, Kloster Hof mit Brunnen
Kloster Seeon, Kreuzgang

Seeon Abbey (German: Kloster Seeon) was a Benedictine monastery in the municipality of Seeon-Seebruck in the rural district of Traunstein in Bavaria, Germany.

History

Seeon Abbey was founded in 994 by the Bavarian Pfalzgraf Aribo I, a member of the Aribonid dynasty, and settled by Benedictine monks from St. Emmeram's Abbey in Regensburg. The monastery is on an island in the lake Seeoner See, part of the present-day municipality of Seeon-Seebruck. The abbey soon developed a significant scriptorium, producing manuscripts not only for the abbey's own use but also for other monasteries and churches. Their most important client was Emperor Henry II, who presented many volumes to the Bishopric of Bamberg, which he had founded in 1007.

Toward the end of the 11th century the abbey church was re-built in the Romanesque style, but this building stood for only 100 years or so, before in about 1180 it was replaced by the present church, terminating in the east with an apse. More alterations in the late Gothic style were carried out between 1428 and 1433 by Konrad Pürkhel of Burghausen. The Romanesque basilica was given a vaulted ceiling and a new choir. In 1579 the church was decorated with unusual Renaissance frescoes, showing, alongside scenes from the life of Christ and the Virgin Mary, the patrons, Saints Benedict and Lambert, and the founders, Aribo and Adala. Also of special note is the red marble gravestone of Abbot Honorat Kolb and the gravestones of the abbots of the 15th and 16th centuries lined up against the walls of the castle chapel. In the middle stands the tomb of the founder, Count Aribo I, made by Hans Heider in about 1400. The restored cloisters are also worth seeing.

The original of the Madonna and Child (or the Seeoner Muttergottes, created in 1433 by the "Master of Seeon", as the anonymous artist is known) is considered one of the most beautiful representations of the subject. Since 1855 it has been in the Bavarian National Museum in Munich, but a copy has stood since 1947 on the high altar of the present parish church. The sacristy at Seeon contains a far older Madonna of about 1380.

The church originally had only one tower, that is, the north one, built to the model of that at Frauenchiemsee. The second tower was added at the end of the 12th century. The Romanesque towers are reminiscent of Freising Cathedral and, like the Frauenkirche at Munich, have copper "onion towers", which were added after a fire in 1561. Between 1657 and 1670 the church was extended by the construction of a sacristy in the Lady Chapel, an oratory and a crypt beneath the chapel of Saint Barbara.

Until the secularisation of Bavaria in 1803 Seeon was a place of learning and culture: Joseph Haydn was a guest here, and Mozart was active here between 1767 and 1769.

After 1803 the abbey was dissolved and the buildings were turned into a castle, and used later at various times as a medicinal spa, convalescent home and barracks. The infirmary and the library were demolished, and a causeway constructed connecting the island to the mainland.

In 1989 the premises were eventually acquired by the government of the administrative region of Oberbayern and after a lengthy restoration reopened in 1993 as a cultural and educational centre, which is now used for concerts, exhibitions, seminars, conferences and workshops.

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Input taken over from:

Wikipedia contributors, 'Seeon Abbey', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 15 February 2018, 05:29 UTC, <https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Seeon_Abbey&oldid=825750440> [accessed 5 January 2019]

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05 Jan 2019

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53 km
0,5 km
602 m

DE-83278 Traunstein

 

Old town

 
 

Rundgang: Historischer Stadtplatz, Druckereimuseum, Brauereimuseum, Salinenviertel Au, Stadtpfarrkirche

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01 Jan 2012

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60 km
0,0 km
596 m

 

Das Museum widmet sich als Erlebnismuseum der Erdgeschichte Südostbayerns und vermittelt die Entstehung der regionalen Landschaft am Beispiel des Chiemgaus.

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01 Jan 2012 - 06 Mar 2012

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Hours of opening

April-Oct.: Tu.-So. 10.00-18.00, 20.

Dec.-March: We., Sa., Su. a. public holidays 10.00-17.00

 

73 km
0,4 km
688 m

 

DE-83334 Inzell

 

Boardinghouse / guest house

 

busy

 


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