“"Innsbruck offers an incredibly high density of cycle paths and trails. Countless route variants start directly at our hotel in Mutters. No matter whether road bike, gravel or MTB. As a hotel and kitchen chef, my personal cycling time is limited.
When it comes to road cycling, Tyrol isn’t short of attractions. A total of 3,800 kilometres of roads, many of these serpentine routes, extreme passes and picturesque landscapes adorn the local road cycling maps. The Inn Cycle Route, a total of 150 virtually straight kilometres long, offers relaxed enjoyment. Those who want to take on the enigma that is “The Höll” can check in with their bike and peak fitness at the renowned section of the 2018 Road World Championship and guarantee a grand road cycling finale to their cycling holiday.
End of the road? Not with a gravel bike! Off the classic road cycling terrain on dirt tracks and gravel paths, where asphalt roads finish, these bikes carry on effortlessly and speedily ahead. Tyrol is well-known for its winding mountain and forest roads which often have little traffic; the choice around Hotel Seppl in Mutters is virtually endless.