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How to arrive


Just an hour south of Munich by train or by car. Just an hour south of Munich and you’re there! With the hourly train service with the BOB (Bayerische Oberlandbahn) railway from Munich or by car using the A8 motorway:  you’ll be there sooner than you think!

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By car:

From the A8 motorway take the Holzkirchen, Weyarn and Irschenberg exits or the Sindelsdorf exit from the A95 motorway and then take the B472 to Bad Tölz. If coming from the south, take the inn valley motorway or the Achenpass.

By train:

By any Deutsche Bahn train to Munich’s main station and then onward with the hourly service to the region’s countless stations using the BOB rail network. The areas of Holzkirchen and Otterfing also have connections with the S-Bahn network.  
By air:

Munich’s Franz Josef Strauß airport is about 2 hours away. Possible connections are with the S-Bahn lines S1 and S8 as far as Munich’s main station and then onward using the BOB rail network.

Wendelsteinring line:

Three buses a day conveniently go round the Wendelstein mountain. Additional buses bring sportsmen and women into the ski resorts in the winter. Route A starts in Bayrischzell and goes clockwise around Wendelstein. The starting point for route B is Fischbaubau. This route goes anti-clockwise. You are also able to interrupt your journey (e.g. for walks, an ascent or to visit a café) and then continue your journey or return by a later bus.


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