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Mountain bike tours

TOURS, TRAILS & CHEESE DUMPLINGS

That is mountain biking in Innsbruck. First you pedal hard uphill. Then you enjoy a summer bike stop at one of the many mountain huts and alpine restaurants that are often located right on the route or may even be your destination. Refuelling à la Innsbruck: Kaspressknödel cheese dumplings. Are your calves burning? If so, simply relax and enjoy the views of the surrounding mountains a little longer before getting back on the saddle.

Inzinger Alm mountain hut - MTB route (5010) – Innsbruck Region
Inzinger Alm mountain hut - MTB route (5010)
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hard
Difficulty
Difficulty
hard
Driving time uphill
2H 30MIN
Altitude down
10 METER
Altitude up
1022 METER
Max. route length
9.1 KM
Starting point
Inzing
Endpoint
Inzinger Alm
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This challenging route from Inzing covers 1,000 vertical metres and features wonderful views of the Inn Valley - perfect for athletes.

 

From the swimming pool car park (Murkapelle) in Inzing, head west until immediately after the bridge and then turn right to continue in a southerly direction. Follow the paved road up to the hamlet of Hof and then turn left at the chapel to head south again. Take the "Hoarligweg" forest road and follow it for approximately 9 km until you reach the idyllically-located Inzinger Alm mountain hut.

 

Bike & hike: from the Inzinger Alm mountain hut, it is possible to take on the challenge of Rosskogel mountain (2,647 m), increasing the number of vertical metres to just over 2000!



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Forecast

A cold front is extending to our region from France. It will not arrive here before the evening, however in the hours before the arrival, the first thunderstorms may form, as is often the case with cold fronts. Dry weather can only be expected for the morning.

Tendency

Saturday will probably be quite changeable. On Sunday and on Monday thunderstorms will die away to leave brighter spells.

morning
19°C/66°F

Tomorrow

Saturday
21°C/70°F
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