Sport & Nature

For those who wish to spend their free time in the open air, Innsbruck, the capital of the Alps, is the place to be, surrounded by the Nordkette mountain range in the north, the Patscherkofel in the south, and a glacier just around the corner. The mountains are full of adventure and secret places and, together with our bloggers, the visitor is able to discover the breathtaking sunset over the peaks, extraordinary walks and the best Alpine snacks.

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Are you looking for indoor play areas, family-friendly museums and other wet weather activities in and around Innsbruck? Here are some of our favourit...
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From June 21st - 25th, gravity forces will take a break in Innsbruck and our city will proudly host the world famous mountain bike festival Crankworx,...
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The atmosphere was unbeatable at the Handball EM Qualifier : Austria vs Spain, an unexpected nail-biter and one heck of a game!...
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Climbers can enjoy 6,000 square meters of indoor, outdoor and bouldering routes. 35,000 holds offer something for every experience level. The faciliti...
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If you're still traveling with a guide book like Frommer's or Lonely Planet, you may as well be picking up commemorative bricks everywhere you go....
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One of America's favorite sports right here!...
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Lots of Red Bull, improvised bobsleighs, a steep slope and lots of stoked folks. What could go wrong?...
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There are 6 record stores in the centre of Innsbruck. Follow me skateboarding from one to the other....
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From beginners to Olympic medalists, Kühtai’s KPark caters for everyone. The KPark is unique, find out why in this article....
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Want to test your limits in Innsbruck's newest snowpark? The new "golden roof park" will have you smiling for days....