Echinger Weiher

Groundwater lake near Munich

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48° 18' 55.98" N, 11° 37' 1.02" E
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Maximum depth:
9 meters

Exit Eching on Autobahn 9 from Munich to Nuremberg, then towards Eching. At the first traffic light right towards Günzenhausen. After the secong bridge on the right hand side you find the small road towards the lake.

Local dive center:
Martin Zaglauer

Description dive spot:
The Echinger Weiher is a groundwater lake with good visibility. It has a nice underwater vegetation, mostly stonewort. Especially nice are the formations on the ground, built by outpouring groundwater.
At the lake itself there are a lot of space for sunbathing, the Autobahn next to the lake is clearly hearable.
At the lake parking is not allowed. You need to unload the equipment and leave the car on the paved road.

You can find more informationen, also about payment, on the website of Martin Zaglauer, linked under "Local dive center".


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Contributed by:
Martin Sebald, Mario Nelles

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8 to 15 meters

about 460 meters

Diving permit:
8 € for one day, payable in advance via bank transfer

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