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afternoon
15°C/59°F
40% Fineweather
2600mm
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Thursday

Thursday
18°C/64°F
80% Fineweather
2800mm
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Friday

Friday
20°C/68°F
60% Fineweather
2900mm
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Forecast

The current area of low pressure will leave us! The cloudy remnants will clear during the morning and we will get a few hours of bright and clear weather. Already by the afternoon, new clouds will build and probably produce some showers.

Tendency

During the next few days it will be warmer, but with the air becoming quite sultry at times occasional thunderstorms may occur, especially in the late afternoon and evening.

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On the trail of the Romans from Matrei am Brenner. This route starts in Igls and heads towards Patsch, passing the former Thurn-und-Taxis postal station, before going along the little-travelled Römerstraße with its wonderful views of the Europabrücke and the Stubaier Alps. Later, via Ellbögen and its districts of St Peter, Mühltal and Innerellbögen, towards Pfons and Matrei. Along the way: The parish church of St Donatus in Patsch The parish church of St Peter in St Peter The Hinterlocher Mühle (mill) in Innerellbögen, with milling demonstrations every Friday from the end of July until the beginning of September. Magnificently-decorated townhouses and taverns in Matrei.
Tourismusbüro Igls
Hilberstraße 15
6080 Igls
Altitude up 529 m
Altitude down 426 m
Highest Point 1127 m
Route length 15.3 km
Starting point Igls (870 m)
Endpoint Matrei am Brenner (990 m)
Best season mid-May till mid-October
City Igls
Trail surface asphalt road
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Cycling route along the old Römerstraße

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