DISCOVERIES ON TWO STAGES

Inn Cycle Path

What awaits you on the Tyrolean Inn Cycle Path

For outdoor lovers who enjoy pedaling, the Tyrolean section of the 530-kilometre Inn Cycle Path is a veritable paradise. On 150 kilometres, two varied stages lead from Innsbruck to Kufstein - right through the Alpbachtal holiday region. Find out the most important insider tips for both sections.

RATTENBERG - WÖRGL - ERL B. KUFSTEIN

Route: Rattenberg - Erl

  • Route length: 42 kilometres
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Altitude difference: 46 metres
  • Journey time: 2.5 hours

 

Possible destinations on the way:
  • Kramsach - Museum ot Tyrolean Farmhouses
  • Kirchbichl - Floodplain areas (Auengebiet)
  • Erl - Festival Theatre
  • Kufstein - Fortress Kufstein


Our special tip: Start with a visit to the Museum of Tyrolean Farmhouses - the largest open-air museum in the Tyrol! We recommend that you plan at least 1.5 hours for this excursion so that you can relax and immerse yourself in the past. Admission is included with your Alpbachtal Card.

Innsbruck – Hall – Schwaz – Strass i. Z. - Rattenberg

Route: Innsbruck - Rattenberg

  • Route length: 62.5 kilometres
  • Difficulty: easy
  • Difference in altitude: 53 metres
  • Cycling time: 3.5 hours

 

Possible destinations on the way:
  • Innsbruck - with numerous sights, such as the "Golden Roof", Maria-Theresien-Straße and Bergisel (ski jump)

  • Hall - Tyrol's largest old town, Münzturm (mint), Hasegg Castle

  • Wattens - Swarovski Crystal Worlds

  • Schwaz - Silver Mines

  • Kramsach - "Lustiger Friedhof" Humorous Graveless Cemetery and lake Reintal

  • Rattenberg - Austria's smallest town

Our special tip: on this section, don't stop at the published end in Strass im Zillertal! It is worth pedalling for another ten kilometres. This will take you to Rattenberg, Austria's smallest town. Be inspired by the unique glass craft or the medieval townscape. Alternatively, the holiday resort of Radfeld beckons with beautiful nature experiences directly on the Inn River, and Matzen Castle lies on the way to Rattenberg or Radfeld. A stop in the picturesque park landscape with the overlooming castle is also a great experience.

  • The Inn cycle path leads mostly flat through nature.
  • The small town of Rattenberg is and ideal spot to take a break.
  • The Inn Cycle Path runs right through the Alpbachtal holiday region.
  • Innsbruck Tourismus / Christian Vorhofer | © Innsbruck Tourismus / Christian Vorhofer Innsbruck Tourismus / Christian Vorhofer | © Innsbruck Tourismus / Christian Vorhofer
    The provincial capital Innsbruck should not be missed.
  • Tirol Werbung Schels Sebastian | © Tirol Werbung Schels Sebastian Tirol Werbung Schels Sebastian | © Tirol Werbung Schels Sebastian
    The Swarovski Crystal Worlds in Wattens are also a good place for a stopover.
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Slowing down on the MotivaTOUR

The MotivaTOUR cycle tour is ideal for those seeking tranquillity. The 16-kilometre long route route runs directly along the well-known Inn Cycle Path and passes beautiful vantage points and excursion destinations on the way.

It starts in St. Gertraudi near Reith im Alpbachtal. Via Brixlegg and Rattenberg, Austria's smallest town you cycle leisurely to Kundl. The tour takes you past 12 inspiring power spots and invites you to pause again and again. Matzen Park, the Lindner Innovation Centre and the magical Kundl Gorge are just three of these places worth experiencing.

Notice boards showing exercises that encourage you to be mindful of the here and now. Other panels also tell you about the success stories of local entrepreneurs - so the name of the tour says it all.

Inspiration on a bike

Skillpark & pumptrack

At the beginning of the medieval town of Rattenberg, directly bordering the Inn cycle path, bike fans of all generations can work off their energy and at the same time practise and consolidate the basics. The Skill Park with its mountain bike practice area provides for everything you need. Skillfully fine-tune your riding style on the pump tracks undulating terrain.

Playfully improve bike skills