Cycle in the river valley of the Green Inn


about 336 km

from € 549




On this one-week cross-border bike tour, you follow the "Green Inn" in leisurely daily stages. From the Tyrolean mountains it goes through Upper and Lower Bavaria to the Upper Austrian Innviertel on the Danube. Mostly flat, partly hilly, you cycle on the Inn Cycle Path through historic cities and picturesque places: From the Tyrolean capital Innsbruck, the fortified towns of Kufstein and Burghausen, the picturesque Baroque towns of Obernberg and Schärding to the three rivers city of Passau in Germany.


  • 7 nights in hotels and inns in the 3 * and 4 * star category
  • Rich breakfast or breakfast buffet
  • Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
  • Bike maps and information material (1x per room)
  • GPS data on request
  • Service hotline (7 days a week)


every Saturday and Sunday from 01.05. until October 05.10.2021th, XNUMX


Hotels and inns in 3 * and 4 * star levels

€ 549, - per person
01.05. to 09.05.2022

€ 709, - per person
10.05. to 31.05.2022
04.09. to 05.10.2022

€ 739, - per person
01.06. to 03.09.2022




Single room surcharge: € 200
Surcharge half board: € 180, -


Touring bike: € 80, -
E-bike: € 190, -

Bus transfer Schärding / Passau - Innsbruck: Saturdays and Sundays, duration approx. 5 hours, including bike; from Passau at 14 p.m. € 00.

Local tax, if due, is not included in the tour price.


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Getting there

Individual arrival in Innsbruck and check-in at the hotel. If you arrive earlier, we recommend a walk through the picturesque old town to the landmark, the Golden Roof.

Goldenes Dachl, © Innsbruck Tourismus

Innsbruck - Strass, approx. 44 km

Shortly after the start of your bike tour you will reach the so-called Olympic Village and soon afterwards Hall in Tirol. The historic city, which is well worth seeing, was the center of coin production in the Middle Ages. In nearby Wattens you can visit the famous Swarovski Crystal Worlds. Via the formerly rich town of Schwaz, where silver was mined in the past, you reach today's stage destination Strass, which is at the entrance to the Zillertal.

Inn Valley Cycle Path © TVB innsbruck Photographer Moser

Strass - Kufstein, approx. 40 km

Several impressive castles point the way to Brixlegg and Rattenberg. The smallest town in Tyrol is also known for artistic glass production. Passing the Kundler Klamm and Wörgl you reach Kufstein, the so-called pearl of Tyrol, which is towered over by a mighty fortress.

Inn sunbathing cyclists

Inn cycle path with a view of Kufstein Castle, © Tirol Werbung, Norbert Freudenthaler

Kufstein - Wasserburg, approx. 65 km

Following the Inn Cycle Path you will soon leave Tyrol and drive over the German border into the Bavarian Alpine foothills. The Inn is now getting wider and you cycle on the dam to Rosenheim. We continue leisurely through small villages, partly on dam paths, partly through riparian forests and finally to the stage destination Wasserburg. The idyllic medieval town is unique, right in the bend of the river, 7/8 surrounded by the Inn.

Cycle along the Inn Cycle Path to Waserburg

City of Wasserburg © pixabay

Wasserburg - Mühldorf, approx. 48 km

Today you cycle through small villages past castles and palaces via Gars, Kraiburg and St. Erasmus to Mühldorf am Inn. The medieval center of the old trading town invites you to stroll and linger with its magnificent town houses and arcades.

Natural idyll on the Inn Cycle Path

Natural idyll on the Inn Cycle Path, © Inn-Salzach Tourismus

Mühldorf - Braunau / Prienbach, approx. 55 km

Today you come to the pilgrimage sites Altötting and Marktl via Töging on the Inn Cycle Path. We continue past the confluence of the Inn and Salzach rivers to Burghausen with the longest castle complex in Europe. Crossing the border to Austria you finally reach Braunau am Inn, which has a beautiful, restored old town and the parish church with the third highest steeple in Austria.

circle the Inn by bike

Inn Cycle Path in Upper Austria, © Oberösterreich Tourismus GmbH, Hermann Erber

Braunau / Prienbach - Passau, approx. 67 km

Today the Inn Cycle Path takes you to the European reserve “Unterer Inn”. Via the baroque Obernberg and the Reichersberg Abbey, you will travel to the baroque town of Schärding and on to the episcopal city of Passau. The Inn flows into the Danube in the beautiful "Three River City".

Schärding, © Tourismusverband Scharding


Return transfer to Innsbruck or individual return journey

View of St. Stephanin Cathedral in Passau, © Passau Tourismus


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