The 517 km long Inn cycle path, leading from the Engadine to Passau, is one of the longest cycling tracks of Europe.
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The Inn cycle path leads from the Engadine in Switzerland via Tyrol and Upper Austria to Passau in Lower Bavaria across a varied natural landscape. As the name of the cycle path reveals, it leads along the Inn river. Along the path cyclers come across incomparable pasture landscapes as well as a considerable number of sights such as cities, lakes and more.
From the origin of the Inn river at Maloja in the Engadine in Switzerland to its mouth into the Danube at Passau in Bavaria in Germany, the Inn cycle path (Innradweg) features a length of 517 km and is one of the longest cycling path of Europe. The cycle path is not full-lenght asphalted, but partly it includes also tracks on gravel paths and for this reason trekking or mountain bikes are recommended. But as the Inn cycle path does not include particular gradients, it is also suitable for non-experts and for the whole family.