The Inn Cycle path
a unique long-distance cycle path on the Inn river, the green jewel in the Alps
The well 520 km long InnCycleRoute mostly takes course in sight of the river, leaves it behind from time to time in order to detour through contemplative towns, cultivated farm land and fruit groves. Followed by bizarre canyons and aisles, through which the playful Engadin (En=Inn) splashing leads at its upper course, the river gains mass and width along the way and nourishes generous marsh lands and lush floodplain forrests that are perfect romping grounds for rare animal and plant species. The InnCyclePath follows that unique alpine water vein from its root above Maloja pass (Switzerland) to its confluence with the Danube (Passau/Germany). The unique natural spectacle along this cycling trip will not fail to impress!