Inzinger Alm mountain hut
A paradise for hikers – in Inzing, relaxation is guaranteed. The village lies west of Innsbruck and offers numerous hiking trails, for example to the beautiful Inzinger Alm mountain hut. Ideal for birdwatchers: the Gaisau bird sanctuary. Nativity scene enthusiasts should stop by at Christmas time because the village still upholds the tradition of nativity scene building, which goes back as far as the 17th century.
The guided active programme
Summer in the Innsbruck region is truly diverse: from relaxing and enjoyable to sporty and challenging, the Summer Active Programme features guided hikes and e-bike tours that invite families, leisurely beginners and sporty explorers to experience the impressive (mountain) landscapes. All guided tours are free with the Welcome Card, which you receive for free with a minimum stay of just two nights at partner establishments. Let our qualified tour guides take you to the most beautiful places in the region!
Did you know?
Duke Frederick IV stayed overnight at the Adelshof in the hamlet of Toblaten in Inzing while fleeing from Constance in 1416. According to legend, he planted the well-known "Friedrichslinde" tree as a sign of thanks. This majestic tree is now considered a natural monument.