Burg und Woehrsee Burghausen Blick von der Burg auf die Altstadt Badespa├č am Leitgeringer See Gemeinde Tittmoning Radtour bei Tittmoning Burghof Burg Tittmoning Kloster Raitenhaslach, Klosterkirche und Aussenbereich der Anlage Altstadt Burghausen Salzachdurchbruch Foto: Bartlomiej Banaszak, Lizenz: Deutsche Bahn AG Fahrrad Leitgeringer See Burg Tittmoning Luftansicht Kloster Raitenhaslach, Frontansicht mit Aussenanlagen

From castle to castle between Burghausen and Tittmoning

From Burghausen, head south along the Salzach valley to Tittmoning. Here, not only a picturesque town square awaits you, but also a historic fortification.

6 h
43 km
Key facts of the tour
Part of this tour runs along the medieval salt trade route that led from Hallein in Austria across the Salzach river to the foothills of the Alps in Upper Bavaria. A highlight awaits you right away at the start in Burghausen: the town's fortress stretches over a length of 1043 metres. That is a world record. Most of the buildings were erected at the end of the 15th century by the Wittelsbach dynasty, who used the castle as a residence and state fortress. Today, everyone can enjoy the view of Burghausen and the Salzach from up there.

Much smaller, but still impressive, is the castle of Tittmoning with its more than 800 years of history. On the way there, Lake Leitgering invites you to refresh yourself or take a break in the beer garden. You cycle back to Burghausen directly along the banks of the Salzach. It is worth stopping at the former Raitenhaslach monastery. Here you will also find another nice place to stop for refreshments.
A cycling tour for nature lovers and culture enthusiasts.

Arrive relaxed and use rental bikes from the local rental companies. The capacity for taking bicycles on trains is limited and taking your own bike on the train cannot be guaranteed, depending on the capacity.

Start and end station

Start station
Bahnhof Burghausen
5 tour steps
43 km / 6 Stunden
End station
Bahnhof Burghausen

Our tip: Please make sure to check your train connection and the expected capacity before you start your journey.


Tour starts on Bahnhof Burghausen


DB Bicycle Service Burghausen station (Upper Bavaria)

There are 138 bicycle parking spaces in the immediate vicinity of the station.

Berliner Platz 2, Neustadt

Foto: Bartlomiej Banaszak, Lizenz: Deutsche Bahn AG


From the station it is only a 10-minute walk to the bike rental shop fahr Rad Singer.

Ride Rad Singer

At fahr Rad Singer you can buy bicycles as well as cycle clothing and accessories. Please enquire about rental bikes in advance.

Marktler Str. 7

Monday: 09:00am - 12:30pm
Tuesday: 09:00am - 12:30pm and 03:00pm - 05:30pm
Wednesday: 09:00am - 12:30pm
Thursday: 09:00am - 12:30pm
Friday: 09:00am - 12:30pm and 03:00pm - 05:30pm
Saturday: 09:00am - 12:00pm


Leaving Burghausen, you have the opportunity to see the castle in full once. A good two kilometres further on, the route flanked by trees gives you a beautiful view into the valley of the Salzach.

Meadows and fields, villages with churches and tiled roof houses dominate the picture. From about Asten onwards, the alpine mountains can be seen more and more clearly in the distance.

You pass the Astener Moossee lake and shortly afterwards arrive at the Leitgeringer See lake. An ideal place for a break.

The route continues to Tittmoning on the "Salzhandelsweg" (Salzh) cycle path.

Lake Leitgering

Lake Leitgering is located about three kilometres north of Tittmoning. The main attraction in summer is the bathing area with sandy beach and sunbathing lawns. The diving board and slide provide special fun. The little ones can also let off steam on a playground and the older ones on pedal boats and stand-up paddleboards. The natural bathing lake is strongly bent and surrounded by a belt of trees. You can always find a shady spot for a picnic. There is also a restaurant with a beer garden at the bathing area.

Furth 10

Contact person: Wild Catcher Leitgering
Phone: 08683 8919881
Email Address: info@wildfang-leitgering.de
Leitgeringer See
Baden am Leitgeringer See


The towering fortress that now comes into view is Tittmoning Castle. The last stretch of the path into the town leads steeply downhill.

Tittmoning Castle

On a geographically favourable hill, directly on the Ponlachgraben, the medieval castle towers above the town. Its strategic location on the spur and a deep moat made it difficult to conquer. The castle once served as the summer residence of the Salzburg bishops. During its 800-year history, it changed hands several times. In 1816, Tittmoning and its fortress finally fell to Bavaria. Today the castle houses a local history museum and a tannery exhibition.

Burg 7

Phone: 08683 700710
Email Address: anfrage@tittmoning.de
Burg Tittmoning Luftansicht
Burghof Burg Tittmoning


On the way back to Burghausen, the route now goes directly along the Salzach. You will pass through a romantic river landscape with lots of greenery and beautiful photo opportunities.
There are hardly any gradients or ascents. Only shortly before the hill in Raitenhaslach do you have to pedal harder again. The impressive monastery complex lies in a loop of the Salzach and can be seen from far away.

Raitenhaslach Monastery

The former monastery is considered a Baroque jewel at the gates of Burghausen. In 1146, Cistercian monks founded their first monastery in Old Bavaria here. Today, the buildings are largely used and administered by the TU Munich. A visit to the monastery church, which is over 800 years old and combines various architectural styles, is highly recommended: the original Romanesque church was rebuilt several times and the interiors are exceptionally splendidly furnished in the Rococo style.

Raitenhaslach 1

Monday: 08:00am - 06:00pm
Tuesday: 08:00am - 06:00pm
Wednesday: 08:00am - 06:00pm
Thursday: 08:00am - 06:00pm
Friday: 08:00am - 06:00pm
Saturday: 08:00am - 06:00pm
Sunday: 08:00am - 06:00pm
Kloster Raitenhaslach, Frontansicht mit Aussenanlagen
Aussenanlage vom Kloster Raitenhaslach

Tour ends on Bahnhof Burghausen


Near the monastery there is the Klostergasthof Raitenhaslach (Raitenhaslach 9, 84489 Burghausen, Tel. 08677 9730), which is said to be one of the most beautiful in Bavaria. In addition to the restaurant, there is also a brewery. Here you can fortify yourself before heading back to Burghausen.

Tour map


Bahnhof Burghausen

Berliner Platz 2, Neustadt

84489 Burghausen

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