Cycle paths in the Iller valley
Iller cycle path past the campsite
The Iller cycle path more or less follows the course of the Iller river, which originates in Oberstdorf at the confluence of Breitach, Stillach and Trettach rivers. This is a perfect riverside excursion on two wheels. The course of the Iller continues through the Allqäu region past the big cities of Kempten, Memmingen and Ulm. Once in Ulm, the Iller joins the Danube river. The Iller cycle path can also be used to connect with the Danube (to the Alps) or Lake Constance-Königssee cycle paths.
The trail is just 0.2 km from the campsite.
Starting from the campsite, the following cycle routes are recommended ...
- Cycle path north to Illertissen and on to Ulm/Donau
- Cycle path south to Buxheim and on to Memmingen
- Cycle path in a south-easterly direction to Babenhausen
- Cycle path south to Bonlanden/Kloster
- Cycle path south to Rot an der Rot/Kloster
- Cycle path in a south-west direction to Ochsenhausen
Wanderwege im Illertal
MARIENSTEIG TOUR BETWEEN KELLMÜNZ AND ALTENSTADT
The medium difficulty circular trail leads mostly on forest and forest paths in the Bavarian State Forest along the "Illerleite", a densely forested hill range on the eastern side of the Illertal. The Mariensteig between Kellmünz and Altenstadt is a well-laid out footpath, with the help of which the forest slope can be mastered effortlessly. The circular hike is best suited for nature lovers who appreciate the silence and solitude of a forest.
The trail is just 3 km from the campsite.