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Cycle Tour Bike holiday in the Alps 2014

Travel report: Ad Inn-cykelruten og ʺVBTʺ fra Schweiz til München

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Elevation profile Cycle Tour Bike holiday in the Alps 2014

Added on 30 Dec 2013,

on 05 Aug 2014

Cycle route metrics

planned

ridden

Total distance in km

400

484

Cumulative elevation gain in m

4.848

4.466

Avg. slope uphill in %

1,21

0,92

Cumulative elevation loss in m

6.140

5.999

GPS track data

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Rights owner

Ottocolor

Rights characteristic / license

by-sa: CREATIVE COMMONS Attribution-ShareAlike

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by Ottocolor on 30 Dec 2013

Track points in total

4.570

9.925

Track points per km (avg)

11

21

Start/endpoint

Start location

Bregaglia, Graubünden - Grigioni - Grischun, CH (1818 m NHN)

End location

München, Bayern, DE (526 m NHN)

Character

Bike holiday 2014 with Simon. Planned in the end of the summer holiday, weeks 30 to 31 (July 21st to August, 3rd) og weeks 31 to 32 (July 28th to August 10th). Duration: Two weeks. Accomodation: Each a tent on registered camp sites.

In total 400 km. Hereof 116 km i Switzerland, 191 km in Austria and 93 km i Germany.

The route consists of two parts. First part is along the river Inn (contributary to the Donau) from its source to Jenbach, about 40 km after (east of) Innsbruck. The first part is signposted as route 65 or 6 in Switzerland and as "Inntal-Radweg" (Inn valley cycle route) or "R1" and thereafter "R2" in Austria.

The second part consists of the so called VBT ("Via Bavarica Tyrolensis" ("The road from Bavaria to Tyrol"). It has an western (along the Isar) and an eastern variant. We plan to take the eastern variant via Tegernsee and Holzkirchen. This route is (sparcely) signposted as "VBT". The distance of the second part is 127 km.

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Landscape

The Alps. High plateau in Upper Engadin, river valley (Inn valley), lakes (chain of lakes in Upper Engadin), Achensee and Tegernsee, narrow ravine (in Lower Engadin), alpine villages (S-Chanf, Zernez, Ftan, Ardez, Lavin, Guarda, Scuol and many more), fashionable ski-resort (St. Moritz), alpine mountainous landscape (hike to the Inn source near the Lunghin pass), alpine towns (Landeck, Schwaz, Jenbach, Rottach-Egern, Holzkirchen), cities (Innsbruck, Munich).

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by-sa: CREATIVE COMMONS Attribution-ShareAlike

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taken over / edited on

02 Jan 2014

taken over / edited by

Ottocolor

Sources of information

The official homepage of the Inn cycle route: www.innregionen.com

Stages

Picture stage 02

35 km

St. Moritz-Maloja-St. Moritz

Picture stage 03

43 km

St. Moritz-Zernez

Picture stage 05

67 km

Scuol-Landeck

Picture stage 06

80 km

Landeck-Innsbruck

Picture stage 08

48 km

Innsbruck-Achensee

Picture stage 09

45 km

Achensee-Tegernsee

Picture stage 10

67 km

Tegernsee-München

Beds4Cyclists, worth visiting and infrastructure

Name and address

Latitude / Longitude

Phone
Fax
Mobile

Type of accommodation

Route km
Dist. to route
Elevation AMSL

Rating for cyclists

 

13 km
0,6 km
1.870 m

 

CH-7513 Silvaplana

 

Hotel

 

13 km
0,5 km
1.821 m

 

CH-7513 Silvaplana

 

Hotel

 

18 km
0,2 km
1.790 m

 

CH-7500 St. Moritz

 

Camping

 

18 km
0,3 km
1.809 m

 

CH-7500 Sankt Moritz

 

Hotel

 

19 km
0,2 km
1.776 m

 

CH-7500 Sankt Moritz

 

Hotel

 

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