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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Exploring the making of Innsbruck’s video “Innsbruck: the City and the Wild!”, a new video from me that includes fantastic FPV aerials from Paul...
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Innsbruck is so much more than a city. Escape to the mountains and visit these beautiful undiscovered valleys....
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Have you done a hut hike yet this summer? If not, there's still time! End your summer with an overnight trip to one of Innsbruck's fabulous huts....
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Tivoli, Telfs or Inzing... Innsbruck has lots of great outdoor pools to choose from. Here are our top 5, perfect for cooling off on a hot summer day....
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A guide to some of the best playgrounds in, and near, the centre of Innsbruck....
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Drifting down the mountain on a 3-wheeled mountain cart was definitely something new for me. We captured some epicness in Muttereralm, just like Super...
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Innsbruck's treasure hunt on wheels. Mystery races by Crazy Bikez! Explore more of Innsbruck, and if you're fast, score a prize at the finish....
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There’s a secret spot in Innsbruck you won’t find in the guidebooks. In fact, you probably won’t find it at all unless you know where it is. Tod...
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Racing down the Igls Eiskanal bobsleigh track with speeds of up to 110km/h, Epic Innsbruck 19-06 meets the Austrian National Youth Luge Team....
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Innsbruck’s diverse lifestyles and scenery can be experienced through the Walks to Explore. Seven urban alpine adventures revolving around culture,...