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All road bike tours
 
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The best of the best

Whether you’re a beginner or a pro: you’re sure to find the right challenge for you on Innsbruck’s roads. Here we’ll introduce you to six popular road bike tours.

  • Mit dem Rennrad durch Arzl
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    A fairly short, easy circuit from Innsbruck to Terfens and back. The locals like to tackle it after work, hence the name.
  • Radfahrer Pause im Schatte
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    It doesn't get much steeper: with a gradient of up to 28 percent, the Höttinger Höll is no picnic – and therefore only suitable for really fit cyclists.
  • Rennrad Tour
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    160 kilometres, 2,600 vertical metres and five picturesque side valleys – these are the key figures of this demanding tour through the Wipp Valley.
  • Rennradtour nach  Oberperfuss
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    The name says it all: this leisurely tour through the Inn Valley and Ranggen takes you through numerous villages between Innsbruck and Telfs.
  • Radfahren Region Innsbruck
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    This moderately difficult tour leads up to the Seefeld Plateau. There you enjoy a short but scenic loop before heading back down to the Inn Valley.
  • Rennradtour in Kühtai
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    Up and down it goes on this difficult tour, where you ride to Kühtai three times in one day – from three different starting points.

All about biking

Need more inspiration? No problem! Here you will find pictures and info from the Road World Championships 2018 in Innsbruck and an overview of what else the region has to offer in summer. 

Tour of the Alps

A sporty flashback

Great performances, exciting decisions and a unique atmosphere – that was the Road World Championships 2018 in Innsbruck.
Innsbruck

Summer fun

Sport, culture, food and more: the Innsbruck region stands out in summer thanks to its wide variety of activities and attractions.

Moving moments ... literally

Inspiration from the Kühtai Rodeo
Road biking in Tyrol, Rapha Tyrol
From Kematen over the Kühtai Saddle to Oetz

Bloggers report on road bike tours in and around Innsbruck

Hot off the press: The Innsbruck Outdoor Guide

#blog Hot off the press: The Innsbruck Outdoor Guide

13.01.2021

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Welcome Card

The Welcome Card is available free of charge from our partner establishments with a stay of at least two nights. It includes offers and discounts on a variety of attractions, as well as free use of public transport in the Innsbruck region.
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The Innsbruck Card is a city card that can be purchased for 24, 48 or 72 hours. It includes numerous sights and mountain lifts, as well as free use of public transport within the city of Innsbruck.
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