A strong low pressure area is situated over the Bay of Biscay at the moment. It will slowly extend to the Alps, but will not reach us before tomorrow. With warm air from the Sahara moving in at the front of the system, foehn winds will pick up. We will therefore see a dry mix of sunshine and clouds with relatively high temperatures for the season.
On Tuesday a cold front will bring cooler air to our region. It will mostly be cloudy with locally heavy precipitation. Wednesday will mark the end of the snowfall.
The Inn Cycle Path – following along the river through Innsbruck The Inn Cycle Path offers 520 kilometres of pure biking fun. It follows the river from its source in the Engadine in Switzerland until it meets the Danube in the German town of Passau. Bike City Innsbruck lies in the middle of the route. Bikers can enjoy impressive landscapes, amazing panoramic mountain views and idyllic riverside trails. Innsbruck also offers history, sightseeing and delicious cuisine. The Golden Roof, numerous museums and modern architecture make it a great place for a stop along the way. Our page on food and drink shows the best guesthouses, restaurants and bars in the Capital of the Alps. Perfect for replenishing energy levels after a hard day on your bike. Route Silz – Innsbruck Anyone who starts in Switzerland will pass the picturesque Mieming Plateau and Tirol Mitte region on the section between Silz (start in Landeck) and Innsbruck. The route passes Telfs and Zirl and then continues on past the Martinswand climbing paradise to Innsbruck. The route runs along the shore of the River Inn at a slight but constant decline without any ascents. Route Innsbruck – Strass From Innsbruck, the Inn Cycle Path continues down the river past the holiday village of Rum and on to the town of Hall in Tirol. It then continues along the River Inn past Kufstein. More information about the route and the various stages can be found on our bike page and on the official Inn Cycle Path website.