The Inn Cycle Path

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520 km across the Alps:
St. Moritz - Innsbruck - Passau


The Inn Cycle Path makes it easy to enjoy the Alps experience from your bike: 520 km with uphill and downhill sections along the River Inn, from its source at the Maloja Pass in Switzerland via Tirol to Passau in Germany. To begin with, it’s the rugged, mystical alpine panorama of Switzerland and the Tyrolean Oberland that captivates, with lush green meadows and the Engadine’s special light accompanying cyclists along the way. In Tirol, the valley becomes ever wider and the impressive mountains of Tirol, which flank the path to the left and right, are your constant companion here. The many historical cities and excursion destinations make it a pleasure to explore. After Kufstein, the path leads into the flatter, sometimes hilly alpine foothills of Bavaria and Upper Austria, where you will find reminders of the baroque period and unique wonders of nature such as the wetlands of the Oberer Inn European Nature Reserve. The crowning glory of this tour along the river is Passau, where the three rivers of the Inn, the Ilz and the Danube merge into one.

Join an exciting journey through three countries with fascinating alpine landscapes. Get to know different cultures, architectural styles, customs and traditions and enjoy authentic culinary specialities. You will find all of this along the Inn Cycle Path. The ease of river cycling will delight you!

 

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Covid 19 Information - Travel Regulations

In order to facilitate a safe journey and tour along the Inn Cycle Path, we have set up a separate Covid 19 information page, where relevant content is collected and constantly updated.

We wish you a safe and healthy bicycle tour.

Things to Know About the Inn Cycle Path

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News on the Inn Cycle Path

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Arrival by shuttle or individually

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Bike Service - Bike Rental

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Factbox Inn Cycle Path

Start: Maloja/Engadin/Switzerland
Destination: Passau/Bavaria/Germany
Length: 520 km
Altitude difference from start to finish: -1,503 m
Highest/lowest point: 1,897 m (shortly after the start in Maloja) /312 m (at the finish in Passau)
In brief: initially downhill throughout but with a few climbs | starting from Tyrol mostly flat | on cycle paths and riverside paths or on the secondary path network | asphalted or surfaced paths | in Bavaria also gravel stretches | easily rideable with normal trekking bikes |
well suited for families over long distances
Level of difficulty: easy to medium
Signposting:
Switzerland 65, Tyrol and Upper Austria R3, Bavaria Logo Innradweg

Route Planner for the Inn Cycle Path

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Upper Austria Bavaria Tyrol Engadine

Winter closures on the Inn Cycle Path

Due to the snowfall in some regions and the upcoming winter season, parts of the Inn Cycle Path have already been closed.

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