A beautiful but long and challenging route that takes you away from the main hiking paths and requires surefootedness. Some sections are on alpine trails.
This route starts in the Hungerburg district and initially follows the same route as the City Forest Walk, past Gramartboden and along Kollnerweg trail to the Höttinger Bild chapel. From there, you start a long climb up a forest road that leads back through the Höttinger Graben to the former Umbrüggler Alm mountain hut. The route then continues along wonderful forest trails to Titschenbrunnen and the Arzler Alm mountain hut before following the Winterweg trail directly south and around a wide loop to the west. The trails in this section are quiet and more secluded. The last part of the route leads down ski piste no. 3 back to the Hungerburg district.
This route starts along the main road and leads slightly downhill, largely on asphalt. Shortly before the first snow shed (the avalanche gallery protecting the road), you turn off to the right to follow a forest road leading through alpine meadows and undulating terrain. When you come to the main road, follow it for a few metres until you reach the Zirmbachalm mountain hut. The run then follows the same route back to the starting point.
A medium-length, flat route along the River Inn from the city centre to the Kranebitten district.
This route is flat from the start and leads directly west, taking you past the Karwendelbrücke and the Sieglangerbrücke bridges. When you get as far as the University Sports Institute (USI), follow the Inndamm through the fields and alongside the runway at Innsbruck Airport. Turn around when you reach the flight approach path by the red house, which was a former ferry keeper's house.
From there, you can either take the same route back or continue on the Klammgeist run.