The Münchner Jakobsweg” is a route that starts in Munich and leads through the Allgäu to Lake Constance. The whole way would take at least 10 days, and since I only took 3 days off, I decided to do half of the way.
You can find the all steps here, and other useful information as well.
Munich -> Schäftlarn (26km)
This is the starting point, Munich - St. Jakob am Anger
You can get the pilgrim credential with an appointment here
Most of the way on the first day is along the river Isar, which runs through Munich.
First pause of the day.
This is the destination of the first day, Kloster Schäftlarn
Having some nice ribs for dinner in Klosterbräu Stüberl.
This place also offers accommodation, and that’s where I stayed this day.
Schäftlarn -> Andechs (29km)
The weather was super nice
Passing through Starnbern, with a nice view to Starnberger See
A quick break in Maisinger Seehof
Destination for today, Kloster Andechs
Having a late lunch with Petra, a very friendly pilgrim I met on the way :)
This was my first time trying an andechser apfelweisse, which I really enjoyed.
Since the Kloster Andechs was closed for pilgrims, I stayed in Pension Stiefelwirt - Frieding (there is a bus every hour from the Kloster Andechs)
Andechs -> Wessobrunn (26km)
Starting my third day of hiking.
At this point I could see a huge group from the https://mammutmarsch.de/. And I was thinking that I had already walked a lot :)
Lunch break in Gasthof Drexl - Raisting
Maybe one day from Munich…
Destination of the day, Kloster Wessobrunn
Dinner at Gasthof zur Post
Wessobrunn -> Rottenbuch (29km)
Very cozy breakfest room in Walserherberge, the place I stayed.
Fourth day of hiking, through very nice places
Wooden St. Jakob
Short break in Bayerischer Rigi with a nice view
Next to the Ammer river
Ammertal nature preserved area
View to the Mariä Geburt church
This day I stayed at Gänse-Blümchen - Rottenbuch
Rottenbuch -> Lechbruck (29km)
Starting the fifth day of hiking and I’ve already made a new friend
Nice wooden path right after the Wies kirche
This was the final destination, in Lechbuck.
It was a wonderfull weedend with nice weather and landscapes, already looking forward to the second part, from Lechbruck to Lindau
Thanks to everyone I met on the way, and at the guesthouses, who were so friendly and welcoming (especially with me, who don’t speak much German)