Suitability of cycling offers for families, athletes and cycling freaks
What to expect:
Safe storage of your bike, drying facilities, cycling maps or suggestions for cycling routes, a wholesome cyclists' breakfast, tools for minor repairs. Luggage transport from the train station to the Youth Hostel can be arranged upon request (subject to a fee).
Repair workshop and bike and e-bike rental
Fahrräder Radl-Metzgerei, In den Grüben 123, 84489 Burghausen, Phone +49 176 23 70 00 25 (only 5 minutes from the Youth Hostel)
FUN Sport & Bikecenter, Gewerbepark Lindach, 84489 Burghausen, Phone +49 8677 91 17 66
eBikes, Burghauser Touristik GmbH, Stadtplatz 112, 84489 Burghausen, Phone +49 08677 887 -140
A charging station for e-bikes is about 0.5 km away.
Burghausen is located along the following cycling routes:
Helmbrechtspfad Cycling Route
Benedikt Cycling Route
Salzhandelsweg Cycling Route
Inn Cycling Route
Inntal Cycling Route
Tauern Cycling Route
Traun-Alz Cycling Route
For more information on cycling routes, go to: Bavarian Network for cyclists and Bayern Bike.
Destinations worth visiting from Burghausen Youth Hostel include:
Helmbrechtspfad is a cycling and hiking route that will take you back to the middle ages
Ride down from the world's longest castle and then to Austria, total length of the route about 30 km.
Bathing lakes: Wöhrsee, Peracher Badesee and Marktler Badesee, Hölzöstersee
In Austria : Ismer Moos, about 7 km, and Waginger See lake
Many mountain lodges, romantic farms, serene spots for a picnic and guest houses with idyllic beer gardens for taking a break.
By the way: The estuary area of the Inn, Alz and Salzach rivers covers broad river valleys with overgrown meads, tranquil backwaters and large flatlands with meadows, woods, fertile farmlands and pretty villages. The hilly "Holzland" area with its picturesque isolated farms offers a panorama of the Alps that stretches from the Salzkammergut to Zugspitze on clear days.
We are happy to provide you with more information on all the offers and help you plan your routes. Just ask!