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today

afternoon
24°C
40% Fineweather
3500m
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afternoon 24°C

Thursday

Thursday
24°C
50% Fineweather
3700m
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Friday

Friday
27°C
60% Fineweather
4100m
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Forecast

With more humid air coming in on Wednesday, cumulus clouds will increase in the afternoon; showers and thunderstorms are possible.

The first half of the day will however be bright and dry with temperatures reaching summer-like values .

Tendency

The rest of the week will basically be like today, Wednesday: a hot southerly airflow accompanied by foehn winds will dominate our weather and maybe bring thunderstorms.

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Around Innsbruck

The popular cycle tour 'Around Innsbruck' offers an altitude difference of 1,200 metres and around 60km in length. Along quiet roads, you'll learn about the alpine charms of Innsbruck's surroundings, coupled with a wonderful view over the city.

Route This tour starts in Innsbruck and heads north along the Karwendel range through small villages. Bikers pass through Mühlau, Arzl and Rum before turning off from Thaur towards the Gnadenwald plateau. From Gnadenwald there are many possibilities to return back to the Inn valley. The destination is Wattens, home of the world-famous Swarovski Crystal Worlds, where a quick visit to view the glittering world of crystal is always an experience. There are, of course, plenty of places to secure your bike safely. From Wattens, the route heads towards the Karlskirche in Völders, where it then leaves the highway. The next plateau then comes into view, this time south of Innsbruck. From the valley, it's onwards towards Tulfes and up to the 'Olympic Mountain' of Patscherkofel.
Along the way, you'll pass through the beautiful villages of Rinn and Lans before reaching your destination of Igls. From here, it's a steep descent along the road and back to Innsbruck, a descent with an imposing backdrop as the Nordkette rises over the city. The Bergisel Olympic ski jump, designed by famed architect Zaha Hadid, awaits at the end of the descent.

Nature of the tour: The route around Innsbruck is clear and manageable, yet the roads are sometimes very quiet. There are also plenty of opportunities to shorten the tour and save yourself some climbing. This tour guarantees impressive views of the city and the surrounding mountains, while supermarkets and inns offer numerous places for refreshment.
Altitude up 1200m
Highest Point 1061m
Route length 60.5km
Starting point Innsbruck
Endpoint Innsbruck
Best season Mai - September
City Innsbruck
Region Innsbruck City
Trail surface Asphlat, Forststraße, Waldweg
Innsbruck Tourismus
Burggraben 3
6020 Innsbruck
+43 512 / 59 850
info@innsbruck.info
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