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morning
10°C/50°F
70% Fineweather
2400mm
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Monday

Monday
16°C/61°F
20% Fineweather
2900mm
Frostborder

Tuesday

Tuesday
12°C/54°F
0% Fineweather
2600mm
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Forecast

The weather is barely changing at the moment. An area of low pressure lies over Central Europe and is heading slowly east. There will be sunny spells in the morning, and then the cloud will thicken and cause thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening.

Tendency

During the following days, we should lower our expectations of the weather! The general weather situation will not change and even more humid air masses will move into Central Europe.

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Route: Ellbögen - Igls/Vill Route: from Brenner pass via Ellbögen Erlach - Patsch to Igls - Vill - Poltenweg to Innsbruck
Since medieval times, the Way of St. James has been leading pilgrims to the presumed burial place of St. James the Greater, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ. Part of this ancient route leads from the Brenner pass through the holiday villages Ellbögen, Patsch and Igls/Vill to Innsbruck. It then continues past the holiday villages Völs, Kematen and Unterperfuß, before heading towards the Arlberg region. 
Tourismus Information Igls
Hilberstraße 15
6080 Igls
Altitude up 508 m
Altitude down 988 m
Highest Point 1214 m
Route length 17.2 km
Total duration 5h
Starting point Ellbögen/Erlach 1.030 m
Endpoint Igls/Vill 817 m
Best season April - octobre
City Igls
Trail surface partly asphalt, partly gravel, partly wood trail
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The Way of St. James: Ellbögen - Igls/Vill

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