20 Attractions to Explore Near Brenner Pass
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Best day trips and activities aroud Brenner Pass and the near by Austrian city Innsbruck, popular for winter sports.
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7.46km from Brenner Pass
The Isarco is a river in northern Italy, born in the ' Alta Vall' Isarco in South Tyrol, near the Brenner Pass, passes through the village of Vipiteno, before descending along the Isarco Valley. After a course of over 90 kilometers along the homonymous valley, it flows into the Adige near Bolzano, as its main left tributary, presenting a greater flow than the upper segment of the Adige itself.
20.38km from Brenner Pass
The Serlesbahnen Mieders Skiing Area is above all ideal for beginners and families, as it is not too large - with 6 km of slopes - and thus very manageable. Those who love ski tours, however, will trawl the off-slope territory around Mt. Serles, one of the most popular recreation areas in the surroundings of Innsbruck.
20.91km from Brenner Pass
Mount Cuzzo is a mountain in the eastern Alps located between the valleys of Altafossa and Fundres, in the locality Maranza top 2,512 meters, including a ski area of the same name. The shoulder to the west of the mountain is called Kleingitsch, 2,262 meters high, while to the east there is the 1,827-meter Stollberg. The ski area includes slopes that are approximately 22 kilometers long. The mountain is crossed by a total of two cable cars, 4 chairlifts, and four ski lifts.
22.14km from Brenner Pass
A majestic mountain in Tyrol perfectly groomed ski slopes, surrounded by the beautiful, untouched nature of the Tux Alps. The Glungezer ski area is twelve kilometers from the provincial capital Innsbruck and can be easily reached by bus or car. 23 kilometers of slopes invite you to enjoy winter sports until spring.
22.45km from Brenner Pass
A beautiful lake, which has its source in the Blauer See and flows through the Viggartal in the Tux Alps in a north-southwesterly direction and flows into the Sill below Ellbogen . The stream has a length of 10 kilometers. The raging brook retains water quality class I throughout its course and is particularly dangerous during floods and heavy rain. However, because surrounding communities are a little further from the body of water, there is less risk to housing developments.
23.48km from Brenner Pass
The Europa Bridge is a 820-metre-long bridge carrying the A13 Brenner Autobahn 190m over the Wipp valley just south of Innsbruck. The bridge spans the Sill River, and forms part of the main route across the Alps from western Austria to South Tyrol in Italy. It is also part of the main route between southeastern Germany and northern Italy.
23.62km from Brenner Pass
The Jaufenpass or simply Jaufen is a mountain pass in South Tyrol. At an altitude of 2094 m slm, it connects the Waltental with the Ratschingstal and the extensive Passeier with the Wipptal. The Jaufental, which runs parallel to the Ratschingstal, also ends at the top of the pass. The road connecting the pass, Strada Statale 44 del Passo di Giovo, is very winding and has 20 hairpin bends.
24.08km from Brenner Pass
Patscherkofel is Innsbrucks Ski Paradise in the south: easy to recognise from its rounded shape and the prominent radio mast on its peak. During both the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics, the mountain was the venue for the men's downhill race, along with the bobsleigh and luge competitions in neighboring Igls. The other five alpine skiing events were held at Axamer Lizum.
Patscherkofel Cable Car Lower/Valley Station
25.25km from Brenner Pass
This cable car leads from the village of Igls up onto the Patscherkofel mountain to the south of Innsbruck, a popular destination for hikers, mountainbikers and those who simply want to enjoy fantastic views of the surrounding landscape. It was built in 1928 as an aerial tramway and replaced in 2017 by a monocable gondola with a slightly different route.
26.3km from Brenner Pass
The Birgitzköpfl is a High ridge on the north-west ridge of the Saile with a gap height of around 20 m. It lies in the Stubai Alps southwest of Innsbruck in Tirol. The ascent to the Birgitzköpfl leads from the Axamer Lizum to the east via a hiking trail to the Birgitzer Alm . From there around 200 meters in altitude to the summit. winter, the mountain is the destination of ski tourers with less experience, with subsequent descents to Axams or Götzens.
27.36km from Brenner Pass
A beautiful lake located in Lans in the district of Innsbruck Land and is the largest lake in the city area. It is fed by ground water as well as the neighbouring water lily lake, the Lanser Moor. It is a popular destination for those who love swimming and spashing around. It is also used for ice-skating during the winter.
28.32km from Brenner Pass
The Val Passiria is a valley Alpine Post in Alto Adige, northeast of Merano, one of the Ötztal Alps and the Stubai Alps. The valley is crossed by the Passirio stream which flows into the Adige near Merano. The Val Passiria cycle path develops along the valley, which winds through the nature of the landscape and the Passirio stream.
28.36km from Brenner Pass
This is one of most popular hikes in the Austrian Alps. It provides a quick and simple route to amazing panoramas of the Inntal Valley below and offers great views of 400 craggy peaks in the Alps, including many within the Karwendel Massif. This short, family hike offers amazing panoramas of Innsbruck and the Inntal.
28.39km from Brenner Pass
The Bergisel Ski Jump on famous Mt. Isel is an architectural highlight and a tourist attraction in the Alpine City. The ski jump stands proudly above the Olympic city of Innsbruck on the historic Bergisel. This hill has always been a place of great importance for Tyrol and especially for Innsbruck. The sports facility has twice been honoured with the task of hosting Olympic events: the Olympic flame burned on the Bergisel at the Olympic Games in 1964 and 1976.
Glungezerbahn GesmbH & Co KG
28.4km from Brenner Pass
Perfectly groomed ski slopes, surrounded by the beautiful, untouched nature of the Tux Alps, the wonderfully wide view of the Inn Valley and over 400 mountain peaks. The comfortable 10-seater gondola takes winter sports enthusiasts directly from the valley station to the Halsmarter middle station in just 6.5 minutes. From there you can take the "Tulfein Express" - a state-of-the-art combination lift with gondolas and chairs - to the Tulfein mountain station.
Bergisel Ski Jump
28.65km from Brenner Pass
The Bergisel Ski Jump, whose stadium has a capacity of 26,000, is a ski jumping hill located in Bergisel in Innsbruck, Austria. The larger hill was first built in 1930 and was rebuilt before the 1964 Winter Olympics for the individual large hill event. It contains ski ramp and sports facilities, public spaces, including a tower-top café and viewing terrace.
Tyrol Panorama Museum
28.75km from Brenner Pass
The Tirol Panorama with the Museum of the Imperial Infantry or Tirol Panorama is a museum in Innsbruck in the Austrian state of Tyrol, which is mainly important because it houses the Innsbruck Giant Panorama Painting. The Giant Panoramic Painting, that was transferred here in September 2010, is the main exhibit of the museum. It depicts the Tyrolean Rebellion of 1809 on 1,000 square metres of canvas and there are so more to see.
Schloss Ambras Innsbruck - Kunsthistorisches Museum
28.77km from Brenner Pass
Ambras Castle is one of the most important sights in Austria and is the top destination in Tyrol. This castle was built in the 16th century on the spot of an earlier 10th-century castle, which became the seat of power for the Counts of Andechs. Visit the first museum in the world to be preserved in its original place and embark on a journey 450 years into the past. It is considered one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Tyrol.
28.84km from Brenner Pass
The Kaiserjägermuseum in the old Schützenhaus was opened in 1880. With the choice of the location as the "scene of the glorious liberation struggles of the Tyrolean defenders. It shows landscapes and people, the irrepressible urge for freedom and the fight that ensued, the strong connection to religion and God.
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Brenner Pass, 39041 Brenner, South Tyrol, Italy
The Brenner Pass is a mountain pass that connects the Austrian and Italian Alps. It is one of the major passes in the Eastern Alpine range, carrying both goods and passengers between the north and south. The pass is the lowest Alpine pass in the area, at 1,370 meters above sea level. The pass itself is relatively flat and well-maintained, making it an ideal route for heavy traffic.