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A new way to climb a mountain: not far from Innsbruck’s famed “Goldenes Dachl”, an amorphous ice formation glitters in the sun. Upon closer inspection, however, it reveals itself as the lower terminus of the Hungerburgbahn hybrid funicular railway...more
It’s a bit confusing but this lift part of the Innsbruck Nordketten Bahnen (that’s the mountain)- We drove to this on the GPS and too the lift to the top. We hiked a bit and thoroughly enjoyed the views. Breathtaking! Go!
Great ride up the mountain but you must connect to cable cars after the second stop. It is not quite clear when you purchase tickets to the top that you must transfer out of the fancy tram and change to cable cars. Also beware that...More
The funicular is the little train that takes you up two levels to the Alpenzoo level. Then you have to take two other cable cars to get you to the peak. The funicular is a fun ride and you get a few decent views (sit...More
A fun experience with a pleasant view going up to Hungerburg. A bit crowded and over priced.
We also hiked up to Hungerburg which was very pleasant.
The day we rode the funicular up, we also took the cable car up to the top. Very...More
Get up early to get clear fabulous views over Innsbruck. The first tram starts at 7.15 and you need to change two further times the last one only starts at 9! It gets pretty crowded after that time we went all the way to the...More
We started at Hungerburg, not the Congress station of the Nordkettenbahn, which is easily reached on the J bus. it was a clear day which made the hike to the Pfeishütte mountain hut along the Goetheweg trail quite wonderful. Trail is well marked with good...More