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Outdoor swimming pools in Munich

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Dantebad has 2 outdoor pools open all year.. I've even been there when it's snowing! there's a heated 50m with laned areas and a smaller one for relaxing with a whirlpool and jacuzzi type thing. There are also 4x 25m outdoor pools but they're not heated and only open in the summer. No indoor pool though and it's a bit pricey at €6,30... However, it's usually not so buy as the others and there aren't so many pikies!

 

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You can swim in the Isar River, lots of people do it around Tierpark in Thalkirchen. Lots of nekkidness too :o There's also an enclosed park/swimming area that you can pay to swim at in the area, can't remember the name offhand though.

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A couple of the outdoor pools are 50m too. I can't remember it's name, but the one at the north end of Luitpoldpark is 50m. Schyrenbad I think is as well. But good luck trying to swim lengths during the day when the kids are in there.

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I finally got to check out Dantebad. It's WAY better than the other pools I've been too. There are 4 or 5 separate pools - all outdoors. There is even one 50 metre pool thats excellent for training in. It is even heated in the winter apparently. It was only €3something to get in too , so was really cheap.

 

The only bad thing I heard was that apparently there are a lot of serious triathletes who hang out there. Apparently they usually have a Harem of doting girls and look down on people with non traithelte physiqes with disdain (such as myself!) - tut tut. Ah that sounds kinda funny though.

 

I plan to go up there once or twice a week if I can.

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I have never noticed any hunky triathletes... better get some prescription goggles... ;)

 

But yes, it is by far the most spacious pool (I got sick of being drowned by 3 year-olds in the Nordbad) and after 9.30pm it is heaven, lovely outside and warm, and you get the bubbly bits all to yourself!

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Need to do some open water swimming this weekend...

 

Went upto Amersee last weekend and that seems a good location but there seems to be a fair amount of boat traffic about and I don't fancy getting chewed up by a propeller..

 

Anybody know any good clean swimming lakes close to munich ???

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The lake at Unterschleissheim on the S1 is really nice. Usually not too many people there either. Great, inexpensive beer garden there too!

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cheers petal.. Found out you can swim at the olympic regatta pool in Oberschleissheim..

 

2,230m long and 140m wide.. That should do the trick! :) As long as I don't get mown down by some rowboat..

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ferringasee or however u spell it is nice...when we went last month the water was sooo cleanr and soooo clear...was really nice... and theres no boats cuz its kinda small. but yea.

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