Inn Cycle Path near Prutz, © Tirol Werbung / Soulas Oliver
Inn Cycle Path near Prutz, © Tirol Werbung / Soulas Oliver

Multi-Day Bike Ride
Malojapass – Landeck (Inn Cycle Path)

This four-stage ride leads along the Inn Cycle Path from the Malojapass in Switzerland through the region of Engadin and the Upper Inn Valley all the way to Landeck. Highlights along the way, apart from the constant company of the Inn river, include several mountain lakes as well as the Nietzsche-Haus in the Swiss village of Sils, several fotresses suand a 400-year-old mill in Ftan. There are a few steep sections demanding good fitness, but most of the riding is flat and easy. The route is therefore suitable for families.

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Starting point


Finishing point


Mountain chain

Silvretta Alps

Sesvenna Alps

Ötztal Alps

Samnaun Mountains


153 km


3 day(s)


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

Difficulty rating



1,820m 780m

Elevation uphill 1,660m
Vertical metres downhill 2,690m

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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.


Parking available in Maloja, Switzerland


Places serving food & drink

  • Various locations in the towns and villages along the route


Trail description

Stage 1: Maloja – Zernez
Uphill/downhill: 282/610 vertical metres, distance: 56.6 kilometres, highest point: 1,818 metres, difficulty: easy

The first stage begins in Maloja and leads along the Oberengadiner Hauptstraße road past the Silser See lake and the Silvaplanersee lake to St. Moritz. After St. Moritz, ride past the airport and stay on the right-hand side of the Inn river. Head gently uphill in a north-easterly direction to Zuoz. From there, it is 18.5 kilometres to the finishing point in Zernez. 

Stage 2:  Zernez – Susch – Lavin – Guarda

Uphill/downhill: 531/374 vertical metres, distance: 14.1 kilometres, highest point: 1,644 metres, difficulty: intermediate

At the start of this short stage, follow the left-hand side of the Inn river in Zernez. The Inn Cycle Trail leads northwards through the valley, past fields to Susch. From there, head east into the village of Lavin at the end of the Lavinuoz Valley. From here it is just a few steep kilometres to Guarda.

Stage 3:  Guarda – Martina

Uphill/downhill: 1,328/1,938 vertical metres, distance: 36.9 kilometres, highest point: 1,644 metres, difficulty: intermediate

In Guarda, follow the cycle path in an easterly direction. After the hamlet of Bos-cha, cross a stream and head slightly uphill into the village of Ardez. Shortly after, cross the Tasnan stream and follow the Inn Cycle Path downhill to Scuol. Ride past the Reformierte Kirche church over a bridge onto the right-hand side of the Inn. Continue past Sur En at the entrance to the Uina Valley and Ramosch on the other side of the river. The final section of the Inn Cycle Path is flat and leads to Martina on the Austrian border.

Stage 4: Martina - Landeck

Uphill/downhill: 1,342/1,593 vertical metres, distance: 45 kilometres, highest point: 1,108 metres, difficulty: intermediate

The final stage begins in Martina leads over the Austrian border into Tirol and through the Upper Inn Valley to Pfunds. Heading out of the valley, pass through the villages of Tösens and Ried im Oberinntal. At Prutz, cross the Inn river and head along the left-hand bank of the river on the cycle path in a north-westerly direction. Before you reach Niedergallmigg near Fließ, cross the river twice. The final few kilometres are gently uphill to Landeck.


Hinweis: Zum Ausgangspunkt zurück kann der Shuttleservice von Schmid Reisen oder die Bahn genutzt werden.

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Ihr Ziel: Malojapass – Landeck (Inn Cycle Path) (46.40319,9.69553)

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