© TVB Innsbruck/Erwin Haiden
© TVB Innsbruck/Erwin Haiden
© TVB Innsbruck/Erwin Haiden
© TVB Innsbruck/Erwin Haiden

From Innsbruck to the Mieminger Plateau

The Mieminger Plateau in Tirolean Oberland is one of the sunniest regions in Tirol and perfect for an easy road bike tour.

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Starting point

Innsbruck

Finishing point

Innsbruck

Mountain chain

Mieming Mountains

Length

67 km

Riding time

3h

Features

  • Circular route
  • Handicap-accessible
  • Route with e-bike charging station

Difficulty rating

easy

Altitude

870m 560m

Elevation uphill 550m
Vertical metres downhill 550m

Best time of year

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* These are approximate values and recommendations. Please take your personal fitness level, technical ability and the current weather conditions into account. Tirol Werbung cannot guarantee that the information provided is correct and accepts no liability.

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Trail description

This route starts in the centre of Innsbruck and is geared towards the area around Innsbruck Airport. The Kranebitter Allee runs to the north of the airport and away from the city centre. Follow in the direction of Zirl, the next big town. Once in Zirl, stay on the „Tiroler Straße“ and head towards Telfs. Arriving from Innsbruck, you need to cross right the way through Telfs to finally get to the western outskirts of the town, before turning right onto the road up to the Mieminger Plateau. The moderate ascent to the Plateau begins here. Stay on the Mieminger Road and ride over the wonderfully sunny Plateau and through the villages of Affenhausen, Obermieming and Barwies. After the roundabout in Barwies, turn left down towards Mötz. This road is sometimes affected by heavy traffic.  However, as you will be heading downhill on this section, with beautiful views of the Locherboden Chapel and down to the Inntal Valley, you will complete it pretty quickly. Just before Telfs the route leads onto a flat section of the B171. Turn right in the direction of Pfaffenhofen and cycle along the south side of the River Inn through the villages of Flaurling, Hatting, Inzing and Kematen on this gently undulating route back to Innsbruck. Those who prefer a flatter ride should stay on the north side of the River Inn and take the same route back from Tels that was used for the outward journey.

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