The classic 520-kilometer long Inn Cycle Path, which is ranked among Europe’s longest and most scenic cycle routes, follows the River Inn from its source on Maloja Pass, Switzerland, through Austria’s Tirol and to Passau, Germany. The 230 kilometers long Tirol section of the Inn Cycle Path mainly runs on purpose built safe cycle ways along the River Inn. This awesome 5-day tour allows you to appreciate the scenery, combining exercise with fun and not forgetting some good food and outstanding cultural highlights en route, including a rich variety of family attractions.Follow the path of the River Inn from Martina in Swiss Engadine Valley Innsbruck to Kufstein past breathtaking mountains, romantic castles and picturesque towns. After a few small inclines in the beginning, the cycle path follows well signed and predominantly traffic free routes along the River Inn and across an ever changing Alpine landscape. The Inn Cycle Path is ideally suited for leisure cyclists and families!

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595

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1,162

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FATMAP difficulty grade

Moderate

Description

Explore the area’s rich history at splendid churches and mighty castles and fortifications, such as the Cistercian Abbey of Stams, Fiecht Abbey, Siegmundsried Castle,Tratzberg Castle and Kufstein Fortress. Follow the path of the River Inn past outstanding sights and attractions “en route”, including the Peace Bell in Telfs, the Golden Roof in Innsbruck, and the small historic town of Rattenberg. The Inn Cycle Path is an easy ride for children and you will find plenty to see and do en route: From the Zammer Lochputz Waterfall Walk, over Ambras Castle and the Swarovski Crystal Worlds to the Schwaz Silver Mine, the popular Achensee Cog Railway and the Tirol Farmstead Museum in Kramsach to many more cool places and kid-friendly attractions to visit. Savour every moment as you explore the tastes and textures of Tirol‘s innovative culinary culture: Tirol wouldn’t be Tirol without the legendary hospitality best expressed in its native cuisine.

Everywhere you ride, there are lovely Tirolese Inns & Restaurants – adding another glorious dimension to the simple act of refreshment. Tirol is on the bucket list of schnapps lovers near and far, and for good reason.

Get the inside scoop from the distillers themselves along the Tirol Schnapps Route and savour the fruit of their work, literally! If you prefer cycling in the knowledge that your accommodation and luggage transfers have all been pre-arranged, consider a Self-Guided Cycling Holiday (where your luggage will be transferred from hotel to hotel). Source: https://www.tyrol.com/things-to-do/sports/cycling/biketours/a-inn-cycle-path