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Day 1: Munich, Germany – Achensee Lake West Distance: 121.1 Kilometers; Elevation Gain: 930 Meters Day 1 takes you from Bavaria’s capital Munich along emerald green Isar River and past Bad Tölz, and Tegernsee Lake to Achensee Lake, Tirol’s largest lake. Day 2: Achensee Lake – Brenner Pass Distance: 83.8 Kilometers; Elevation Gain: 1,059 Meters From Jenbach in Inntal Valley, the ride continues past Schwaz and Hall-Wattens to Tirol’s capital Innsbruck.
From there, the route climbs across Wipptal Valley to Brenner Pass on the border between Austria and Italy. Browse the Online Roadbook for route descriptions and maps.
For detailed information about the Munich – Venice Long-Distance Cycle Route, www.munich-venice.info puts you on the road to a great vacation. Source: https://www.tyrol.com/things-to-do/sports/cycling/biketours/a-munich-venice