Cycling holidays along the Inn
From the source of the Inn at the Maloja Pass in Switzerland to where it flows into the Danube, follow the river on a varied cycle tour across the Alps. Cycle tours along the Inn are suitable for families and inexperienced cyclists on almost all of its sections. The Engadin enchants with a bombastic Alpine panorama and the unique Engadin houses with their richly decorated facades.
In Tyrol, romantic spots directly on the river, and towns worth seeing such as Innsbruck, Landeck, Kufstein and Stans await you. You cycle through the Lower Inn European nature reserve with its numerous islands and lush vegetation, which is home to over 300 bird species.
In Bavaria, you finally cycle through gently rolling hills, nestled between the pilgrimage site of Altötting and the cozy towns of Rosenheim and Wasserbug. After 520 kilometers, the cycle tour ends at the Inn in the three-river city of Passau.Show more Show less
The cycle tour from St. Moritz to Innsbruck starts in the Engadin, more precisely in the spa town of St. Moritz, which is synonymous with elegance and sophistication worldwide. Enjoy the magnificent Alpine panorama with mountain peaks reaching up to 3,500 meters into the sky as you cycle through the Engadin high valley. The elaborately painted house facades are unique. You switch from Switzerland to the Tyrolean mountains. Time and again you come across charming, traditional villages. Visit Landeck Castle, where access to the Arlberg and Reschen passes used to be controlled. The tour ends in Innsbruck, whose 800-year-old old town tells of the city's eventful history at every turn.
From Innsbruck to Passau, we send you on the cycle tour along the Inn for sporty people. The daily stages are ambitious with an average of 65 kilometers per day. However, you still have time to take in the beauty of the Tyrolean mountains, the Bavarian Alpine foothills and the Austrian Innviertel region. Highlights of the cycle tour along the Inn are certainly the pilgrimage site of Altötting and the town of Schärding, which impresses with its exceptionally beautiful baroque townscape. Passau, at the end of the tour, lies at the confluence of the Danube, Inn and Ilz rivers and boasts the second largest church organ in the world.
The Cycle tour from the Hohe Tauern to Passau gets off to a highly impressive start: the Krimml Waterfalls are the start of the eight-day cycle tour through the mighty mountain ranges of the Hohe Tauern and later the mostly flat valleys of the Salzach, Saalach and Inn rivers. The Maria Alm pilgrimage church, Mirabell and Hellbrunn palaces, Burghausen castle and the beautiful town of Schärding provide a wonderful counterpoint to the breathtaking natural surroundings. Salzburg is of course a special treat with Mozart's birthplace and Hohensalzburg Castle.
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