From Innsbruck to Hohe Tauern National Park

On Nature's Trail!

The Innsbruck alpine area, the Brenner Pass as a transition to Italy, the impressive scenery of the South Tyrolean and Lienz Dolomites and with Grossglockner as the "Main Backdrop" of the Hohe Tauern National Park. These and many other natural and cultural treasures, connected by beautifully landscaped cycle paths along the rivers Eisack, Rienz, Drava and Möll form the landscape of this impressive natural journey. Be inspired by these magnificent and unique natural landscapes, whose preservation will ensure the worldwide national park concept for generations to come. 

Arrival | Duration
  • Every Saturday from May 15th to September 15th 2020
  • Special dates available on request
  • 8 Days | 7 Nights
Included Services | Price per Person | Extras


  • Accommodation in carefully selected 3 and 4-star hotels
  • 7 Overnight stays including large breakfast buffet
  • Luggage transport from hotel to hotel
  • Bus transport from Innsbruck to Brenner Pass, from Lienz to Heiligenblut and from Heiligenblut to Franz-Josefs-Höhe and return
  • 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


Accommodation in double rooms   EUR 1.065,00
Accommodation in double rooms (from June 1st)   EUR 1.098,00
Accommodation in double rooms (from August 5th)   EUR 1.132,00
Single room surcharge   EUR 177,00
Half-board surcharge   EUR 174,00


Bike rental (incl. 14 litre saddle bag and tool kit)   EUR 90,00
Electric Bike   EUR 180,00
Extra night in Innsbruck | Villach   EUR 69,00 | 70,00
Single room surcharge in Innsbruck | Villach   EUR 30,00 | 30,00
Transfer Villach to Innsbruck (every Saturday)   EUR 150,00

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