Kompass Bodensee (Lake Constance) cycle route with Obersee, Untersee und Lakr Uberlinger - Kompass cycle guidebook 6601

Bodenseeradweg mit Obersee, Untersee und Überlinger See | Kompass Fahrradführer
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6 daily stages - The Bodensee cycle path leads with an almost continuous alpine view around the largest lake in the German-speaking area. With a distance of about 260 kilometres it connects natural and cultural pearls in the varied Alpine foothills between Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

The Bodensee cycle path follows paths with exemplary signage and - with the exception of the Bodanrück between Überlinger and Untersee - no significant gradients. Mostly you cycle close to the shore. Lake Constance comprises several basins, so that the cycle path can be "made" in many ways and independent of the prevailing wind direction, thanks to a multitude of railway lines, boat moorings and overnight accommodations.

Special features:

  • The stages are family-friendly and are aimed at the pleasure cyclist
  • You will find lots of background information on the highlights on the way: from the Council city of Constance to the UNESCO World Heritage Monastery Island of Reichenau, from the festival city of Bregenz to the Old Town pearls of Meersburg, Lindau and Stein am Rhein
  • Detailed description of the bird and nature conservation areas around the lake: e.g. Wollmatinger Ried, Eriskircher Ried or the Rhine delta
  • Special information from the author about the artist villages along the cycle route: Gaienhofen (Hermann Hesse), Hemmenhofen (Otto Dix), Höri peninsula ("Malerwinkel am Bodensee")
  • information and tips on swimming in beaches and swimming pools
  • listing of all places and tourist offices
  • information on the mountain railways, which in Bregenz and near Rheineck and Rorschach lead to the attractive vantage points on the Pfänder and in the Appenzeller Vorderland
  • Detailed overnight accommodation directory with cycle-friendly accommodation 

About the KOMPASS cycling guides series:

  • Clear tour and city maps, self-explanatory symbols and precise stage descriptions
  • Addresses, websites details and opening times of museums and leisure facilities
  • Details of bike friendly accomodation and public transport
  • German language
  • Practical spiral binding
  • Tear and weatherproof paper
  • Pen markable and wipeable
  • 22 cm x 12 cm
  • Awarded the best cycle guide series at the ITB in Berlin 2012.
  • PLEASE NOTE: All text in German unless otherwise stated
Product Details
Publisher Kompass-Karten GmbH
Series Fahrradführer (Cycle guidebooks)
Product Type Ringbound Book
Scale 1:50 000
Pages 120
Dimensions 22 cm x 12 cm
Language German
Date 2017
Item weight 0.27 Kg


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