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today

morning
4°C/39°F
70% Fineweather
1400mm
Frostborder

Monday

Monday
12°C/54°F
40% Fineweather
1900mm
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Tuesday

Tuesday
10°C/50°F
20% Fineweather
1700mm
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Forecast

On Sunday we will see a mix of sunshine and clouds today. Showers are possible in the afternoon but quite unlikely.

Tendency

On Monday, the calm spring weather will come to an end. The wind will freshen and showers will fall. The weather on Tuesday will still be unstable. Throughout Wednesday, the situation will improve again.

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today

morning
4°C/39°F
70% Fineweather
1400mm
Frostborder

Monday

Monday
12°C/54°F
40% Fineweather
1900mm
Frostborder

Tuesday

Tuesday
10°C/50°F
20% Fineweather
1700mm
Frostborder

Forecast

On Sunday we will see a mix of sunshine and clouds today. Showers are possible in the afternoon but quite unlikely.

Tendency

On Monday, the calm spring weather will come to an end. The wind will freshen and showers will fall. The weather on Tuesday will still be unstable. Throughout Wednesday, the situation will improve again.

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


Mon - Sat: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Historical buildings

 > Devil's Mill - Teufelsmühle

Devil's Mill - Teufelsmühle

Teufelsmühle
6074  Rinn

Opening Hours

Legend has it that the mill was built by a poor farmer from Aldrans with the help of the devil himself.
The humble farmer didn’t have enough money to build the mill so he entered into a pact with the devil. The devil agreed to build the mill in return for the farmer’s soul. The farmer agreed on the condition that the mill had to be built within one night, before the first cock crowed. The devil took up the challenge and set to work the same night. He built the mill within a few hours and headed out at three in the morning to fetch the missing millstone from the Inn Valley. Having laboured to bring the millstone up to the required altitude, he arrived just in time to hear the sound of first “cock-a-doodle-doo”. Enraged the devil pushed the millstone back down into the valley, where it smashed into a thousand pieces. The famer simply laughed and called his new property the “Teufelsmühle” (Devil’s Mill) from then on.
 

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