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We have good news to announce: the area of low pressure over Europe is weakening and will soon have disappeared from the weather maps! When low pressure areas clear out of the way, the weather never improves immediately, but the showers will decrease and sunny spells will become more frequent.

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The weather over the next few days will be influenced by high pressure. Tuesday will be mostly cloudless. On Wednesday, a few banks of clouds may temporarily pass over our region.

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E-mountain bike tours

Mountain bike tours for e-bikes

Up the mountains by bike: What used to be reserved for mountain bikers with legs of steel is now within reach for everyone. E-mountain bikes make it feasible to access numerous destinations that previously required a very high level of fitness. This means you can enjoy a ride to the most beautiful mountain huts and picture-perfect views. The ride is still not completely effortless. But it is only moderately strenuous compared to riding uphill using pure muscle power. The battery support opens up brand new biking territory: the mountains around Innsbruck where you will find delicious alpine delicacies and alpine views: lush green alpine meadows, dark green forests, chirping birds and the freshest air in the region.

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E-MTB tour to the Pfaffenhofer Alm

16.7 KM 16.7 KM
1050 M 1.050 M
hard hard
If you're planning a ride up to the Pfaffenhofer Alm mountain hut, you should make sure you've got a full battery! There is not a single flat stretch where you can relax until you reach your destination, but your efforts are rewarded with stunning panoramic views overlooking the Inn Valley, the Wetterstein mountains, the Mieming Plateau and the Mieming Range. The ride starts in Pfaffenhofen in the Oberdorf district and heads further uphill to the hamlet of "Höll". From there, the route follows the Almweg trail to the Pfaffenhofer Alm mountain hut. If you will be relying heavily on the battery, we recommend taking a second battery with you. Highlights: Beautiful panoramic views. Good food and friendly service.

E-MTB tour to Rauschbrunnen from Ottoburg

14 KM 14 KM
623 M 623 M
medium medium
An intermediate eMTB tour to the Rauschbrunnen alpine guesthouse, one of the most rustic of the traditional mountain huts in and around Innsbruck. The tour starts at the Ottoburg restaurant in Innsbruck's historic old town, leads up Höttinger Gasse road and along Schneeburggasse road to the Sadrach district. From there, the tour continues up along paved roads to the Planötzenhof restaurant and then continues past the restaurant to join a forest road up to the Höttinger Bild, a small mountain chapel in the woods. The route then zigzags uphill for a few bends before flattening out towards the Rauschbrunnen alpine guesthouse, which is perched up on the Nordkette mountain range above the Hötting district at an altitude of 1,060 metres above sea level. You can even see as far as the Wipp Valley and admire the impressive mountains of Patscherkofel, Serles and the Kalkkögel range. The alpine guesthouse serves refreshing drinks, traditional snacks and typical Tyrolean alpine dishes. Follow the same route back except for the section on Höttinger Gasse road, as this is a one-way street.  Highlights: The many different views of Innsbruck as you enjoy the varied ride up Innsbruck's Nordkette mountain range, the southern gateway to the Karwendel mountains. Nice in autumn, as it leads partially through a beech forest. The lovely sun terrace at the Rauschbrunnen alpine guesthouse.

E-MTB tour to the Rinner Alm

7.5 KM 7.5 KM
459 M 459 M
medium medium
The Rinner Alm mountain hut is very popular with locals because it is easy to reach and serves delicious food. After all, you can't go wrong with a bit of dry-cured ham, cheese or dumplings after an e-bike ride. It takes about 30 minutes to reach the hut by bike on the forest road from Rinn. The ascent mostly runs through the forest and is nice and shady in the height of summer. Once you reach the top, you can enjoy a good meal and magnificent views of the Inn Valley with the Karwendel mountains rising up behind it.  Highlights: Beautiful views of Innsbruck and the Karwendel mountains. A climb that is not too steep. The good food!

E-MTB tour to the Rosskogelhütte in Oberperfuss

16.96 KM 16.96 KM
930 M 930 M
hard hard
A great tour to one of the mountains around Innsbruck with some of the most spectacular views! The route leads from the lift car park via the Stiglreith restaurant to the Rosskogelhütte mountain hut. During the ride, you will pass plenty of good places where you can stop for a break and a bite to eat (Panoramarestaurant Stiglreith, Jausenstation Stiglreith, Rosskogelhütte). Along the way, you'll pass several points where you get stunning views stretching right out over the Inn Valley and the city of Innsbruck. The ride starts at the lift car park in Oberperfuss and leads through shady forests, past Stiglreith to the Rosskogelhütte mountain hut. Follow the same route back. The uphill section can be shortened by taking the first Bergbahnen Oberperfuss gondola up to the middle lift station. Highlights: The Rosskogelhütte mountain hut is a rustic setting with excellent, good-value food. The hut's wonderful sun terrace has fantastic views of the surrounding mountains, the Inn Valley and the city of Innsbruck. The hut is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Our tip: You can add a hike up to Rangger Köpfl that takes an hour and covers an additional 150 vertical metres.

E-MTB tour to Seegrube via Höttinger Alm and Arzler Alm

23 KM 23 KM
1076 M 1.076 M
hard hard
A challenging 2-hut tour with magnificent views: From the Hungerburg district above Innsbruck, past the Arzler Alm mountain hut, onwards to the Höttinger Alm mountain hut and then up to the Seegrube mountain lift station where you get breathtaking panoramic views from high above the city. Just before the end, when you are below the Seegrube, you will need to take another deep breath before powering up the last two steep slopes, sometimes over coarse gravel – but once you get to the Seegrube, you will be rewarded with views reaching all the way to the Alpine divide. Whether you decide to stop at the Höttinger Alm mountain hut or the Seegrube lift station, the views are fantastic. WARNING: In the height of summer, it can get very hot on the south-facing slopes so be sure take plenty of water with you. On the route back down from the Seegrube, you can do a detour to the Bodenstein Alm mountain hut along the way. If you will be relying heavily on the battery, we recommend taking a second battery with you. Highlights: Breathtaking views down over Innsbruck and out over the Stubai Alps, the Tux Alps and the alpine divide. Our tip: You can extend the route to include the Bodenstein Alm mountain hut.

E-MTB tour to the Simmering Alm and the Grünberg viewpoint

19.7 KM 19.7 KM
966 M 966 M
hard hard
A great eMTB tour in the height of summer with panoramic views: On the way up to the Simmering Alm mountain hut, you can cool off by the Trendlbach stream on the Zwischensimmering plateau. The route is easy: From Grünberg car park, follow the forest path towards Simmering until you come to Zwischensimmering, where the forest path branches off to the right towards Simmering. The route then zigzags up through a pine forest to the hut. At the hut, you are rewarded with great views of the Mieming Range, the Upper Inn Valley and the Karwendel mountains. Follow the same route back until you come to the turnoff for Zwischensimmering. There, turn left and continue uphill to the Grünberg observation tower and the Sauwetterhütte (not open to the public). Follow the same route back. Warning: please be aware of hikers and pedestrians.

E-MTB tour to the Simmeringalm

13.1 KM 13.1 KM
780 M 780 M
medium medium
A great eMTB tour in the height of summer with panoramic views: On the way up to the Simmering Alm mountain hut, you can cool off by the Trendlbach stream on the Zwischensimmering plateau. The route is easy: From Grünberg car park, follow the forest path towards Simmering until you come to Zwischensimmering, where the forest path branches off to the right towards Simmering. The route then zigzags up through a pine forest to the hut. Follow the same route back. Highlights: Great views of the Mieming Range, the Upper Inn Valley and the Karwendel mountains.

E-MTB tour to the Sistranser Alm

9.2 KM 9.2 KM
626 M 626 M
medium medium
This ride takes you to a much-loved mountain hut on Innsbruck's southern mountain range. The Sistranser Alm "Hausrunde" zigzags uphill on a pleasantly shady path through the forest. When you get to the hut, the route opens up to reveal impressive panoramic views of the Karwendel and Nordkette mountain ranges located on the other side of the Inn Valley. And that's without even mentioning the great food. This truly is a lovely place to relax. At the Sistranser Alm, there are charging stations for Bosch, Shimano and Yamaha. Highlights: Beautiful views of Innsbruck and the Karwendel mountains. A lovely, shady climb in the height of summer. Good food at the Sistranser Alm mountain hut. Our tip: It is well worth extending the tour with a ride up to the Isshütte, a beautifully scenic mountain hut that is not open to the public. The climb is moderately steep and leads through a beautiful Swiss stone pine forest, making it a scenic detour through stunning natural alpine surroundings.

E-MTB tour to the Strassberghaus

7 KM 7 KM
260 M 260 M
easy easy
An easy beginner's tour in a beautiful side valley, which leads from the district of Lehen in Telfs up around several hairpin bends to the beautifully located Straßberghaus mountain hut. The trail runs through shady woodland and offers beautiful views of the Inn Valley, the Tux Alps and the Stubai Alps along the way. The Patscherkofel, Viggarspitze, Hoher Riffler, Gefrorene Wand Spitzen, Olperer, Spitzmandl, Saile, Marchreisenspitze and many other peaks are strung along the route like beautiful pearls on a necklace. Highlights: Beautiful mixed larch forests line the route both on the ascent and descent. The Mieming Range soars up to the north of the alpine guesthouse: the Hohe Munde, Karkopf, Hochwand and Hochplattig peaks provide an impressive backdrop.

E-MBT tour to the mid-altitude huts on the southern slopes: Lanser Alm, Sistranser Alm, Aldranser Alm and Rinner Alm

18.4 KM 18.4 KM
963 M 963 M
medium medium
For mountain hut enthusiasts! This mountain hut tour leads at a moderate altitude above the southern alpine plateau, crossing the mountain slopes at the foot of the Tux Alps. The route leads up from the village of Sistrans to the Sistranser Alm mountain hut, followed by a little detour to the Lanser Alm moutain hut. From there, you ride back along the "Almenweg 1600" trail past the Sistranser Alm and Aldranser Alm mountain huts to the Rinner Alm mountain hut. Please note: There are two short sections where you have to push your bike (no cycling sign – pushing is allowed!). You can combine this tour with a visit to Lanser See lake at the end of the ride! Charging stations for Bosch, Shimano and Yamaha are available at the Sistranser Alm. Highlights: Fantastic route for varied views of Innsbruck. Several small streams where you can cool off on hot summer days.
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