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The Jöcheles-Bründl-Steig trail – Innsbruck Region
The Jöcheles-Bründl-Steig trail
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Difficulty
Difficulty
medium
Altitude up
1698 METER
Altitude down
1119 METER
Max altitude
2043 METER
Max. route length
7 KM
Walking time uphill
3H
Starting point
Zirbenweg/Rote Wand
Endpoint
Rinn
Best season
June
July
August
September
October
Road quality
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From protection forest to commercial forest. This interesting mountain path starts from the Zirbenweg trail below Rote Wand mountain and leads past the small Bärenbader Lacke lake, the Kriegerkapelle chapel, the Vogelforcher Bödele and the Rinner Alm mountain hut before continuing on to the village of Rinn.



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Forecast

We can breathe a sigh of relief that the period of bad weather is over now! Nevertheless, the transition from rain to nice weather is usually smooth. Although we will get more sun than clouds today, perfect sunshine is not expected just yet. There might even be one or two short showers in the afternoon and in the evening.

Tendency

The area of high pressure that built over Europe yesterday will stay with us for quite a long time. Together with warm air, it will ensure bright summer weather for the time being.

afternoon
23°C/73°F

Tomorrow

Tuesday
28°C/82°F
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