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We should not have too high hopes for sunshine today! Although there will be a few short sunny spells, clouds will dominate the weather scene. There even might be showers. Temperatures will stay the same as yesterday.

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What is barely noticeable today will be evident tomorrow: the foehn is coming! It will bring us mild air from the Mediterranean allowing a significant rise in temperature on Saturday and Sunday.

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Innsbruck Tourism


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afternoon
4°C/39°F
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1400m
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Saturday

Saturday
5°C/41°F
40% Fineweather
1700m
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Sunday

Sunday
8°C/46°F
50% Fineweather
2200m
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Forecast

We should not have too high hopes for sunshine today! Although there will be a few short sunny spells, clouds will dominate the weather scene. There even might be showers. Temperatures will stay the same as yesterday.

Tendency

What is barely noticeable today will be evident tomorrow: the foehn is coming! It will bring us mild air from the Mediterranean allowing a significant rise in temperature on Saturday and Sunday.

Need help? Contact us!

Innsbruck Tourism


Mon - Fri: 8.00 am - 5.00 pm

Hotel- and group reservations


Mon - Fri: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Tourist info


Mo - Fr: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Summer lifts and cable cars

Innsbruck's Nordkettenbahnen lifts and cable cars

From the city centre to the largest nature park in Austria in just 20 minutes! The breathtaking 360° views with Innsbruck on one side and the Karwendel Nature Park on the other are sure to leave a lasting impression.   The modern Hungerburgbahn funicular takes you from the historic old town to the Hungerburg district, via the stop for the Alpine Zoo, in just eight minutes. From there, you cross Hermann-Buhl-Platz square, which is named after the world-famous Austrian mountaineer, and continue to the lift that runs up to the Seegrube. The Seegrube is located at an altitude of 1,905 metres above sea level and attracts daring mountaineers in summer and winter alike. Thanks to the direct connections to the city, everyone can also continue up to the Hafelekar – an absolute highlight at 2,300 metres above sea level with impressive panoramic views and natural alpine surroundings. The culinary highlights also go above and beyond at the Nordkette, where there are plenty of delicious treats to discover. At Restaurant Seegrube, guests can enjoy traditional delicacies and culinary delights that leave nothing to be desired. Did you know? On the first Friday of every month, you can experience an unforgettable evening at around 2,000 metres above sea level when the gondolas of the Seegrubenbahn cable car run until 11.30 pm and take you back to the Hungerburg lift station by starlight. Bike transport on the Hungerburgbahn and Seegrubenbahn: Bikes can be taken free of charge at the following times: until 10.00 am and from 4.30 pm. Outside these times: Per section € 6 surcharge for bike transport. Hungerburgbahn: Maximum 12 bikes Seegrubenbahn: Maximum 4 bikes Full-face helmets must be removed, bikes must be cleaned Access with bike only possible at the Hungerburgbahn stop "Congress".

Lifts and cable cars in Kühtai – the Drei-Seen-Bahn chairlift

Head up to 2,420 m above sea level to enjoy crystal clear mountain lakes in a breathtaking high-altitude mountain setting. Circular hikes from lake to lake, via ferrata, the Knappenweg miner's trail and the panoramic trail to the reservoir make every stay in Kühtai an unforgettable experience. More detailed information about Welcome Card discounts is available directly from the provider or at innsbruck.info/welcome

Lifts and cable cars at Muttereralm

The Muttereralm adventure mountain attracts visitors with its numerous hiking options, including the famous Innsbruck Almenweg trail and the large Alpine playground between the mountain station and the panorama lake. There are also numerous places to stop for refreshments, from the typical Tyrolean alpine pasture to the popular Mutterer Alm restaurant. Downhill with mountain carts and downhill trails for bikers Comfortable and modern gondola lift - the Muttereram is ideally suited as a starting point for various mountain bike tours with different degrees of difficulty, depending on the requirement profile. Those who are not yet so fit can also take a more leisurely approach and have their mountain bike transported to the mountain station by the Muttereralmbahn. The Muttereralmbahn is the lift for the Bikepark Innsbruck with trails for beginners and advanced bikers. With the Welcome Card Plus (with a stay of three nights) und Welcome Card unlimited (a paid upgrade) one upwards and one downwards lift ride is included per stay! (During Crankworx only with a valid event ticket)

Lifts and cable cars in Axamer Lizum

A wonderful hiking destination and a great starting point for a wide range of mountain tours in the "Ruhegebiet" protected area of the Kalkkögel mountains. Axamer Lizum's Olympiabahn funicular (built for the second Winter Olympics in Innsbruck in 1976) runs up to the "Hoadlhaus" restaurant and offers visitors the chance to enjoy unforgettable panoramic views of the Kalkkögel mountain range, also known as the "Dolomites of the North". Axamer Lizum is home to well-marked hiking trails (60 km), magnificent natural and panoramic attractions, extraordinary summits and challenging rock climbing routes, as well as lush alpine meadows, tranquillity and originality. The trails welcome all kinds of visitors, from Nordic walkers and power walkers to experienced mountaineers who are drawn to the area time and time again thanks to its exceptional alpine character. The various lifts such as the Olympiabahn funicular and the Birgitzköpfllift chairlift take you up the mountain in comfort. This is certainly the easiest and most convenient way to explore the Axamer Lizum mountains in summer and is particularly popular among families with children. No matter how you choose to explore the mountains, you are always rewarded with magnificent views of the striking Kalkkögel mountain range, the idyllic neighbouring Senders Valley and the impressive Inn Valley stretching off into the distance.  The sun terrace at the Hoadl Haus mountain restaurant will also be open on these days – for pure enjoyment and delicious delights at 2,340 metres above sea level. The Welcome Card Plus entitles the holder to one upwards and one downwards journey on the Olympiabahn funicular (free of charge). More detailed information about Welcome Card discounts is available directly from the provider or at innsbruck.info/welcome

Lifts and cable cars in Oberperfuss

Take the 8-seater gondola to Panoramarestaurant Stiglreith (a restaurant with stunning views) followed by the new 8-seater gondola up to Sulzstich and the reservoir. The top of the lift is an ideal starting point for idyllic hikes to the Rosskogelhütte mountain hut or for an alpine tour up Rosskogel mountain. Children will love the family paradise playground, the Ghost Trail with talking trees and the Sense Experience Path. The Alpenrosensteig trail around Rangger Köpfl is absolutely breathtaking when the alpine roses are in bloom in June and July. Longer hikes are also possible, for example walking further into the Sellrain Valley, to the Peter-Anich-Hütte mountain hut or to Hundstalsee lake (on the Schützensteig trail). The area also offers unique views of Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains. Bike transport allowed.  

Glungezer lift

More detailed information about Welcome Card discounts is available directly from the provider or at innsbruck.info/welcome

The Patscherkofelbahn lift in summer

This Olympic mountain located south-east of Innsbruck boasts views of over 400 peaks. It hosted the Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976 and the Youth Olympic Games in 2012. The mountain is also home to an alpine garden managed by the University of Innsbruck that invites you to get to know the local alpine flora. It is the perfect starting point for hikes along the Zirbenweg trail towards Glungezer mountain and there are also many mountain huts where you can take a break and enjoy a bite to eat. More detailed information about Welcome Card discounts is available directly from the provider or at innsbruck.info/welcome
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