Day 1: Arrival in St. Moritz
You can either come to St. Moritz directly or drive to Innsbruck and take the bus to St. Moritz.
Day 2: Loop tour St. Moritz (approx. 40 km - ascent approx. 55 hm - descent approx. 55 hm)
Enjoy the fascinating surrounding of St. Moritz. Undertake a lake-bike-tour in the direction of the Inn source.
Day 3: St. Moritz - Zernez (approx. 35 km - ascent approx. 169 hm - descent approx. 473 hm)
Today you will cycle via Samedan (Old Tower), La Punt (San Andrea Early Gothic church with frescos) and Zuoz (window paintings in the church San Luzi) to Zernez. You will ride your bike through the valley of Upper Engadin. Zernez is the gateway to the national park (national park house).
Day 4: Zernez - Scuol (approx. 35 km - ascent approx. 517 hm - descent approx. 741 hm)
First, you will cycle to Lavin, which still looks like an old mountain village. The place name of the pretty village Guarda (Look!) derives from the splendid views which can be enjoyed here. Todays destination is Scuol, with the adventure water park Bogn Engiadina and the castle Tarasp, which is the majestic symbol of Engadin.
Day 5: Scuol - Ried/Prutz (approx. 55 km - ascent approx. 235 hm - descent approx. 620 hm)
From Scoul you will cycle via Martina until you reach the boarder and from there you will continue via Pfunds and Tösens to Ried/Prutz. Following the river Inn, you will get to the famous gorge Finstermünster Schlucht. The town centres of Stuben and Pfunds in Tyrol are noteworthy.
Day 6: Prutz/Ried/Prutz - Imst (approx. 40 km - ascent approx. 245 hm - descent approx. 294 hm)
On the sixth day you will ride your bike through the Oberes Gericht from Ried via Prutz down to Landeck (castle with museum, ruin Schrofenstein, Gerberbrücke, showplace of the Tyrolean fights for freedom). Then you will cycle past the monastery Zams and through the protected Mils Au (floodplain) to Imst (city of fountains, numerous churches and chapels). The gorge Rosengartenschlucht is worth a visit.
Day 7: Imst - Innsbruck (approx. 65 km - ascent approx. 140 hm - descent approx. 391 hm)
Small villages are located on the Inn cycle path. The cultural highlight of todays route is the Cistercian monastery of Stams (collegiate church with rose grids). Numerous churches and ruins are located above the Inn valley. Cycling along the Martinswand (mountain face) you will get to Innsbruck with its well-kept old town (Golden Roof, City Tower, Imperial Palace, Hofgarten Park, Heblinghaus).
Day 8: Individuelle Abreise oder Verlängerung
Departure or extension