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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It's so easy to just keep trotting away on a trail without the knowledge of an experienced local hiker. For example, you can find coral and other mari...
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Daniela Hochmuth and I made Dance With Us last year and I’m very excited to show you the trailer of the follow up movie. People Who Rize presents...
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Innsbruck's NEW Welcome Card Unlimited adds 7 amazing attractions around Tyrol to the existing Innsbruck attractions, at a brilliantly affordable pric...
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Longboarding down the long road that is usually used for going up to Axamer Lizum for hiking or skiing. Anna Pixner and Quirin Ilmer zip up their leat...
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Some of the landmarks we visited include Triumphpfhorte, Landhausplatz, Maria-Theresien-Straße, Golden Roof, and Mariahilfstrasse. Our guide took a f...
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Get Your Bounce On!...
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Crankworx World Tour pedaled into Innsbruck for the third time to celebrate the heart and soul of gravity-defying mountain biking. The festival brings...
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Tucked away in the Kranebitter Gorge, Kranebitten is the place to watch planes and gliders in action and it can be reached by bus from Innsbruck city....
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Since launching in Whistler B.C.  in 2004, the event has evolved into a multi-stop international mountain bike and music festival series. Crankworx h...
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The trip around Igls combines a local museum, a brook, farmland, forest, a lake for swimming and great views of the mountains, and it is merely a 15-m...