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The Inn Bicycle Path  
Cycling Tour

2013 Rates Prices are in Australian Dollars and are subject to currency fluctuation.

Duration: 8 Days / 7 Nights

The Inn-bicycle path leads through outstanding landscapes: the wide Hochtal (valley) of the Oberengadin merges into the big forests of the Swiss National Park. Suddenly the scenery changes: the Austrian Bundesland Tyrol welcomes you with warm hospitality. The program ends in Innsbruck; a stay in the Olympic city is one of the highlights of the Inn-bicycle path.

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Route features

Partly cycling paths, partly-gravel paths. The stages are a little bit hilly, with two to three middle ascents and a lot of regular down-hills. Before considering this trail, take medical advice on your fitness levels.

Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive St. Moritz
Receive information and collect your bicycle. If you have time, take a walk or ride your bicycle round the lake to get a quick impression of this fashionable Swiss winter-resort. Overnight in St. Moritz.

Day 2 Loop tour St. Moritz
Enjoy the facinating surrounding of St. Moritz, undertake a lake-bike tour in the direction of the Inn source. Variation 7/6 - return to St. Moritz. (B)

Day 3 St. Moritz – Zernez (ca. 35 km)
Travel the 35 km from St Moritz to Zernez through the valley of the Upper Engadine, the door to the Swiss National Park. On the way, enjoy Samedan (Old Tower), La Punt (early gothic church San-Andrea with its frescos) and Zuoz (window paintings in the church San Luzi). Overnight in Zernez. (B)

Day 4 Zernez – Scuol (ca. 35 km)
After breakfast, journey through historic villages and take-with-you memories of magical landscapes as you visit Lavin and the village Guarda, the lookout offering the beautiful views before arriving in Scuol, famous for its spas. Overnight in Scuol. (B)

Day 5 Scuol – Ried/Prutz (ca. 55 km)
Today travel over the border to Austria. Follow the Inn Trail through Martina, Pfunds and Tosers arriving to Ried. The journey follows the river Inn; Finstermünzer Schlucht (gorge); town centres of Stuben and Pfunds/Tirol. Overnight in Ried/Prutz. (B)

Day 6 Ried/Prutz – Imst (ca. 40 km)
Journey to the village of Imst through the “Obere Gericht (Upper Court)” from Ried over Prutz down to Landeck (castle with museum, ruin Schrofenstein, Gerberbrücke – a showplace of the Tyrolean struggles for freedom). We pass the monastery of Zams and travel through Milser Au to Imst (town of the Wells). Time permitting a visit to Rosengartenschlucht is recommended. Overnight in Imst. (B)

Day 7 Imst – Innsbruck (Austria) (ca. 65 km)
The villages of Stams, Telfs and Inzing will make your journey to the Olympic city, Innsbruck a feast for your eyes. Cultural highlight of today’s stage include the Zisterzienserstrift Stams (collegiate church with rose grids) numerous small churches and ruins are on the ascents of the Inn-valley. The city of Innsbruck with its Golden Roof, a late-gothic bay-window built in 1500, is a must-visit on this last-day of this cycling path. Return your bicycle and overnight in Innsbruck. (B)

Day 8 Depart Innsbruck
After breakfast, consider to stay longer in Innsbruck or depart for your next destination. (B)


 

Price includes:

  • 3-star accommodation in hotels and guest houses
    (Innsbruck - 4-star accommodation)
  • Breakfast daily
  • Luggage transport from hotel-to-hotel
  • Detailed travel documents, route-cards, way description, sightseeing, important telephone numbers
  • 7-day-Service-Hotline

Dates and Rates

Prices are starting from, per person.

Inn Bicycle Path Self Guided Tour
Prices from:
7D/6N 8D/7N
Per person in a double/twin room 861 998
Single room supplement 268 268
Half board supplement 300 334
Bike rental per person 111 111
Electro bike 274 274
Additional nights in St Moritz    
Per person in double/twin room 158 158
Single room supplement 30 30
Additional nights in Innsbruck    
Per person in double/twin room 118 118
Single room supplement 43 43
Departs every Friday (8D/7N), Saturday (7D/6N)
from 17 May - 14 Sep 2013