Do you already know the Bavarian part of the St. James Way? Have you had the chance to discover the wonderful nature of the Würm Valley yet? Or do you have a particular wish to get to know the culture of an area while hiking? With me, you discover the culture and nature in the surroundings of Munich. In addition to the hikes listed below, I also provide you with tours designed according to your wishes.
A Pilgrimage on Munich’s St. James Way
Route 1: Munich - Isar Valley - Pullach - Schäftlarn (23 km) Starting at St. Jacobs Square in the centre of Munich, the hike takes us along the beautiful Isar Valley via Großhesselohe and Pullach to Schäftlarn. During short breaks, you will learn more about the history of the St. James Way and pilgrimages as well as about the sights we pass on our way.
Route 2: Starnberg - Maising Gorge - Andechs - Herrsching (19 km) From the train station of Starnberg the hike leads us through the wild and romantic Maising Gorge to the Maising Lake. We pass the lake and hike through the changing landscape and small villages to Andechs. After a short visit to the Monastery, we walk the last kilometre through the wonderful Kien Valley to Herrsching.
Route 3: Dachau - Amperauen - Olching - Fürstenfeldbruck (23 km) After visiting the beautiful old town of Dachau and the Jakobs Church, we continue our hike through the green plains of the Amper River in the direction of Olching. From there, our path leads us through the Emmeringer Hölzl Wood to Fürstenfeldbruck with its impressive monastery.