The Inntal cycle trail
Tyrol´s most beautiful cycle trail
With a total length of over 400 km, the Inntal cycle trail is one of the longest and most impressive cycle trails in Europe. In Tyrol, it follows the river Inn from the Alps to the Alpine Foothills.
Cycling in Tyrol has much more to offer than just the endless ups and downs of mountain biking. The Inntal cycle trail is much more comfortable but in no way boring and runs from Landeck in Tyrol to the mouth of the Inn where the river joins the Danube in Passau.
5 days along the river
The Inntal cycle trail follows the course of the river from the mountains to the foothills of the Alps and passes by picturesque market towns with their churches and abbeys. The cycle trail is just a few minutes away from the Bierwirt in the direction of Innsbruck city centre.
The cycle trail passes through the following towns en route to its destination in Passau:
- Mühldorf am Inn
- Simbach am Inn
Anyone planning to tackle the 400 km trail by bike is advised to divide the tour into several stages: the section from Landeck to Kufstein which takes around 2 days and a second significantly longer section from Kufstein to Passau which requires a minimum of 3 days.