Search on

Over 260 km of cross-country ski runs

Cross-country skiing

Tölzer Land invites you with 260 kilometers of cross-country ski runs between Isar and Loisach – with a view of the Upper Bavarian alpine mountain chain, deeply covered in snow, or even right in the midst of it.

Enjoy cross-country skiing in wintry Upper Bavaria!
Whether you prefer classic or skating, you can glide through a diverse network of cross-country ski runs.
With guaranteed snow, the high valleys on the upper Isar are a paradise for cross-country skiers. Here the most attractive regions are Jachenau – where 35 km of groomed cross-county ski runs south of the Benediktenwand ridge wondrously combine sports with the enjoyment of nature – and Lenggries, the well-known winter sports destination at the foot of the Brauneck. Once again ideal conditions await: around 60 groomed kilometers for skaters and adherents of the classic style in the local area around Lenggries alone attract recreational skiers and ambitious athletes alike to cross-county ski runs that promise the pure enjoyment of nature.
Numerous other cross-country skiing opportunities also await in the Upper Bavaria region. The many small cross-country ski runs in our communities in particular make the offering so varied. From the cross-country ski runs around Geretsried and the northern district over Sachsenkam, the Kirchsee (lake) and Bad Heilbrunn to the Kochelsee and Walchensee lakes, this is where you can explore the most beautiful corners of the alpine foothills landscape on your skis. In fact the cross-country skin run to the Reutberg monastery is considered one of the most beautiful in Germany.
Consult our map for an overview of the cross-country ski runs in Tölzer Land. Some of them are also found in our recreation portal.
Current news: the cross-country ski run reports of our communities

File for download

PDF 1.51 MB

Gefördert durch das Bayerische Staatsministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten und den Europäischen Landwirtschaftsfonds für die Entwicklung des ländlichen Raumes (ELER)