Bike Touring

Bike Touring Tyrol

Long-distance Inn Cycle Path & Munich Venice: Stages through Tyrol.
In addition to cycling Tyrol, discover unique cultural and natural treasures along the cycle path.

Bike Touring Tyrol: 2 long-distance cycle paths lead through Tyrol in stages. The long-distance cycle route Inn Cycle Path leads in 5 stages over about 230 km from Martina to Kufstein/Erl through Tyrol. Along the alpine river Inn. Through impressive Alpine scenery. Cycling along the Inn Cycle Path is ideal for families and pleasure cyclists. The Inn Cycle Path runs almost exclusively flat and leisurely along flat riverside paths. Highlights along the Inn Cycle Path through Tyrol: Landeck Castle, Zammer Lochputz, Area 47 Austria's largest outdoor amusement park, Innsbruck, the salt and mint town of Hall, Swarovski Crystal Worlds Wattens, Schwaz, Achensee, Rattenberg, Kufstein Fortress.
The long-distance cycle route Munich - Venezia leads in 2 stages over about 95 km from Achenkirch to Brenner through Tyrol. The enjoyment cycle route is ridden on existing cycle paths. Parts of the route follow the Inn Cycle Path. In total there are 3000 hm to overcome. Shorten difficult sections: excellent bus and train connections along the entire route. Our highlights along the long-distance cycle route Munich - Venice through Tyrol: Austria's largest nature park Karwendel, Achensee, narrow-gauge railway Zillertal, Swarovski Crystal Worlds Wattens, Hall Mint, Wolfsklamm, Innsbruck, Wipptal.

Our HWest Hotel Hall is a quality-tested bike accommodation. Directly next to the Inn Valley cycle path. In Hall in Tyrol. Between Wattens and Innsbruck. Conveniently & conveniently located. For a comfortable stopover after a long day on the bike.
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Inn Cycle Path: Stages through Tyrol

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Stage 1 Martina (CHE) - Pfunds (AT) - Landeck (AT)
Route length: 46 km | Duration: 3:45 h

From the Austrian border, the Innradweg runs through lush meadows, somewhat hilly and steadily slightly descending. Mostly near the river Inn. The first stage on Tyrolean soil follows the same route as the Via Claudia cycle path. The absolute highlight is the medieval fortress of Altfinstermünz in a gorge just over the Swiss border. In Pfunds, the Inn Cycle Path passes right through the town's landmark, the "Turaloch" tower. In Tösens you pass the Roman bridge - probably the oldest bridge in Tyrol still in existence. Behind Prutz, the Upper Inn Valley makes a left turn. After about 8 km you reach Landeck, stage 1. Landeck Castle is also worth a visit.


Stage 2 Landeck - Telfs
Route length: 52.6 km | Duration: 3:45 h

From Landeck, the Innradweg long-distance cycle path leads flat through Perjen to Zams. There you must visit the gorge "Zammer Lochputz" with Tyrol's oldest hydroelectric power station! Then it's on to Schönwies and on towards Imst. In Imst, make a detour to the Rosengarten Gorge - a picturesque steep gorge with footbridges and wooden bridges on the Schinderbach stream. From Imst, the route continues with descents and gentle climbs, almost always along the banks of the Inn. Before the Roppen Tunnel, the route leads directly through the Imst Gorge. If you are travelling with family, we recommend a detour to the apple mile Haiming. The next important sight is Stams Abbey, one of the most famous monasteries in Austria. From there it is not far to the second stage destination Telfs at the foot of the Mieminger chain.


Stage 3 Telfs - Innsbruck
Route length: 28.5 km | Duration: 1:45 h

From Telfs, the Innradweg always leads flat and close to the banks of the Inn. Past Zirl with the Martinswand, popular with climbers. All the way to Innsbruck - the Tyrolean capital with its many sights. A must-see: Old town of Innsbruck with the Golden Roof, Ambras Castle, the Imperial Hofburg, Bergisel ski jump, Hafelekar on the Nordkette (accessible by cable car and the architecturally unique Hungerburgbahn).


Stage 4 Innsbruck - Strass
Route length: 52.5 km | Duration: 3 h

From Innsbruck you cycle downstream on the left side of the Inn to Hall in Tyrol. HWest Hotel Hall is located directly along the Inn cycle path. From here you should definitely visit the beautiful, medieval old town, which is considered the largest in Tyrol. If you still have time, visit the Hall Mint in the medieval Hasegg Castle and the mining museum in a mining tunnel in the middle of the old town. At the town of Hall, a footbridge leads across the Inn and further along its banks in the direction of Volders. Across vegetable fields and Wattens, where a visit to the Swarovski Kritallwelten is worthwhile. Continue through Schwaz on the Inn Valley cycle path to Strass at the entrance to the Zillertal. In Schwaz, the medieval silver town, a detour to the old centre with the silver mine is also recommended.


Stage 5 Strass - Kufstein/Erl
Route length: 52 km | Duration: 3 h

From Strass the route always follows the banks of the Inn to Brixlegg. There you can make a detour to Kramsach and the Museum of Tyrolean Farms. Or you can cycle directly on to Rattenberg, the smallest town in Austria, which has a particularly beautiful medieval centre. The trail then leads through Radfeld and from there through meadows to Wörgl. From Kirchbichl, always with the river in view, the route is flat and asphalted all the way to Kufstein. A visit to Kufstein Fortress is recommended here. Afterwards, you cycle on to Erl with its famous festival theatre.

Long-distance cycle route Munich - Venice: Stages through Tyrol


Stage 1 Munich - Bad Tölz - Tegernsee / Bavaria to Achensee / Tyrol
Route length: 121.1 km | difference in altitude uphill: 930 hm

The classic start is in Munich. The official start is at the Zenneck Bridge directly behind the German Museum in Munich. In the first of these characteristic adventure sections of the cross-Alpine long-distance cycle route 'münchen venezia', the 'element of water' is a constant companion. Do you fancy a quick dip in the water or a rest in a cosy beer garden near the water? The Geussroute leads from Munich directly along the wild, green shimmering Isar via Bad Tölz, past Lake Tegernsee in Bavaria to Lake Achensee, the Tyrolean sea.


Stage 2 Achensee - Jenbach - Schwaz - Hall - Innsbruck - Brenner / Tyrol
Route length: 83.8 km | Uphill altitude difference: 1,059 hm

This section of the München Venezia enjoyment cycle route deals with Tyrolean mining tradition, but also many cultural and natural treasures along the way. From the starting point in Jenbach in the Inn Valley, the route goes via Schwaz to Hall-Wattens and on to Innsbruck. From these 3 places, a detour to Austria's largest and oldest nature park - the Karwendel Nature Park - is recommended. A unique primeval landscape in Europe. Then head up into the Tyrolean Wipptal valley with its beautiful mountain valleys and villages. The region lies right between the mountain ranges of the Stubai and Zillertal Alps and is still an insider tip for many. The region's nature and mountains are still comparatively untouched. In this stage, you finally cross the border into Italy via the Brenner Pass.

Inn Cycle Path Bike Friendly Hotel

Inn Cycle Path Bike Friendly Hotel
Inn Cycle Path Bike Friendly Hotel

Get off your bike. Rest. Cycle on. HWest Hotel Hall is super centrally located in Hall in Tyrol - directly next to the Inn cycle path. The long-distance cycle routes of the Inn Cycle Route & Munich Venezia pass directly by our budget hotel. We are a quality-tested bike friendly accommodation and offer bikers...


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