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today

afternoon
2°C
30% Fineweather
1100m
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afternoon 2°C

Wednesday

Wednesday
7°C
80% Fineweather
2700m
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Thursday

Thursday
7°C
80% Fineweather
2200m
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Forecast

The cold front that arrived here yesterday is moving away now, but at a snail’s pace!

The final showers will thus cease before midday and in the course of the afternoon, we will see the first rays of sunshine.

Tendency

Wednesday and Thursday will once again bring nice, calm weather. The sun will dominate the skies. Temperatures will remain very mild, particularly on the mountains.

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The Innsbruck Alpine Plateau ride

Innsbruck - Gnadenwald - Volders - Tulfes - Rinn - Lans - Patsch - Ellbögen - Matrei - B182 - Natters - Axams - Afling - Innsbruck

This challenging round tour with stunning views takes riders on a circular route around Innsbruck via all of the surrounding high alpine plateaus. The constant up and down means that this route clocks up an impressive number of vertical metres. The full tour passes through lots of little villages around Innsbruck but it can be shortened or extended at any time to suit personal preferences and fitness levels.

There are plenty of small cafés and guesthouses in the villages along the way, which are great places to take a break and replenish energy levels.

Route options
From Lans, the route can be shortened by riding to Innsbruck via Igls. Additional shortcuts: the B182 in the Wipp Valley leads straight down to Innsbruck. To extend the tour, you can add a flat section that goes via Kematen to Zirl. In Axams, you can add vertical metres by riding up to the Sellrain Valley via Grinzens and Tanneben rather than going back down to the Inn Valley. From there, you can take a route straight back to Innsbruck or continue on from the village of Sellrain through Oberperfuss and Ranggen before returning to Innsbruck.
Altitude up 1600m
Highest Point 1065m
Route length 108km
Starting point Innsbruck
Endpoint Innsbruck
Best season April – Oktober
City Innsbruck
Region Innsbruck City
Trail surface Radwege & asphaltierte Straßen. Alle in ausgezeichnetem Zustand.
Innsbruck Information
Burggraben 3
6020 Innsbruck
+43 512 / 59 850
[email protected]
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