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The Inn Cycle Route - an alpine cycle path along the green jewel

from St. Moritz (Maloja pass) to Innsbruck or Rosenheim

"It‘s not just a bike tour, but a story to tell" - this is how you could briefly characterise this route from the start of the Inn cycle path to Innsbruck or Rosenheim.
Accompanied by numerous three-thousand metre mountain peaks, you will first cycle along the still playfully splashing Inn-Bach (Stream – as it is yet to become a river), past the Engadine lakes and through rugged cliffs to Tyrol where the Inn cycle path usually nestles close, to the now, river Inn. The Inntal (Inn Valley) now expands significantly before you reach the Tyrolean capital of Innsbruck. The Alpine metropolis of Innsbruck sits gently in the Inn valley and offers visitors its cultural treasures. Innsbruck could be the destination of your trip or you can continue your journey downstream to the ‘salt‘ city of Hall. with its famous towers from the historic ‘Mint‘, be enchanted by the fairy-tale garden of the Swarovski Giant in Wattens or roam the glassblowing town of Rattenberg.
Like graceful pearls, historically important villages line the Inn river and grace the route from Innsbruck to Rosenheim. With a last view of the Castle Fortress in Kufstein, say goodbye to the Tyrolean mountain scenery and cycle majestically along the Inn towards your destination of Rosenheim!

IN A NUTSHELL | DISTINCTIVE FEATURES

  • The two first day stages are in high alpine surroundings within narrow valleys (before Zernez and Guarda there are longer uphill sections) and corresponding cycle path surfaces (natural trails etc), give a slightly more athletic experience.
  • From Pfunds in Tyrol it is mostly flat and paved/asphalted bike paths together with little-used secondary roads and local thoroughfares
  • Very good, officially marked and signposted cycle network
  • Suitable for children from approx. 12 years (corresponding biking enthusiasm required)
  • Bookable as an individual tour (minimum 2 people) - 6 or 8 nights (depending on the final destination), approx. 220 to 370 km
Arrival | Duration
  • Every Saturday from 15 May to 15 September 2020 - Special dates on request
  • Special dates available on request
  • 6 or 8 nights (depending on the final destination) and between 220 -370 kilometres by bike
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Itinerary
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Included Services | Price per Person | Extras

INCLUDED SERVICES

  • Accommodation in carefully selected 3 and 4-star hotels
  • 6 (to Innsbruck) and 8 (to Rosenheim) overnight stays with rich breakfast buffet
  • Luggage transport from hotel to hotel
  • Bus transfer from St. Moritz to the Maloja Pass
  • Shuttle transfer between Martina and Pfunds
  • Detailed tour information I GPS data available on request
  • Tourist tax is included for all accommodation
  • Service-Telephone daily between 8:30 and 18:30

PRICES PER PERSON from ST MORITZ to INNSBRUCK

Accommodation in double rooms   EUR 840,00
Accommodation in double rooms (from June 1st)   EUR 876,00
Single room surcharge   EUR 180,00
Half-board surcharge   EUR 178,00
Bike rental (incl. 14 litre saddle bag and tool kit)   EUR 80,00
E-Bike (incl. Pannier Bag and Repair Kit)   EUR 160,00

PRICES PER PERSON from ST MORITZ to ROSENHEIM

Accommodation in double rooms   EUR 1.112,00
Accommodation in double rooms (from June 1st   EUR 1.168,00
Single room surcharge   EUR 236,00
Half-board surcharge   EUR 229,00
Bike rental (incl. 14 litre saddle bag and tool kit)   EUR 95,00
E-Bike (incl. Pannier Bag and Repair Kit)   EUR 185,00

EXTRAS

Extra night in St. Moritz | Single room surcharge   EUR 116,00 | 56,00
Extra night in Innsbruck | Single room surcharge   EUR 69,00 | 30,00
Extra night in Rosenheim | Single room surcharge   EUR 69,00 | 39,00
Pre-Transfer Innsbruck - St. Moritz (every Saturday)   EUR 110,00
Return Transfer from Innsbruck - St. Moritz (every Saturday)   EUR 110,00
Pre-Transfer Rosenheim - St. Moritz (every Saturday)   EUR 150,00
Car Transfer Service St. Moritz - Innsbruck | Rosenheim   on request
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