Inn cycle path: Landeck Innsbruck

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Inn cycle path: Landeck Innsbruck

From Landeck, we go along the Inn Cycle Path via Imst to Stams. The Cistercian Monastery invites you to visit Stift Stams.

Next, the Inn Cycle Path then leads to Telfs and Innsbruck. Mostly downhill, and only with short climbs at Imst and Roppen, this tour is almost created for pleasure cycling. This tour can be ideally combined with a short cultural stay in the state capital of Tyrol.

Return by train:
In all regional trains of ÖBB you can rent your bike without reservation for € 2.
Attention: for the Railjet you need a reservation to take the bike with you (higher costs apply here).
Radshuttletransporte can be found here

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Starting point:817
Path surface:Asphalt

Long-distance trail

Inn Cycleway:Yes

Contact

Name:TVB TirolWest
Street / number:Hauptplatz 6
Zip code:6511
Town:Zams
Phone:+43.5442.65600
E-Mail:info@tirolwest.at
Website:tirolwest.at

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