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List of cycle routes in the Austria-Slovakia border region

Map of circular route via the Roman site of Carnuntum

Schlosshof palace in Austria, easily reached from the Bridge of Freedom

No roller-blading on the Bridge of Freedom between Slovakia and Austria

The Bridge of Freedom, between Austria and Slovakia on EuroVelo route 13

Triumphal Arch, Innsbruk Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Triumphal Arch, Innsbruk

Along the Inn Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Cycle path next to the River Inn, Innsbruk

Innsteg bridge Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Innsbruck

Innsbruck underpass Well lit, but still a bit gloomy Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Innsbruck

Weiherburgsteg bridge Covered bridge Location: Hotting, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) Innsbruck

The top of the Arlberg Pass - if this was in France there'd be dozens of cyclists climbing the col, but in Austria there are just a few mountain bikers.

The Arlberg Pass - if this was in France there'd be dozens of cyclists climbing the col, but in Austria there are just a few mountain bikers.

Cycle parking using wheel benders at Wörgl railway station, but it is a good space under a roof and in proximity to the station entrance.

Cycle taxi in Innsbruck

Not the single-track route, but mountain-bikers can take this track down to Innsbruck

Start of single-track descent from the Zirbenhügel cable car to Hungerburg and Innsbruck

Really no room for bikes in the Nordkette cable car

Taking a bike on the Hungerburg funicular, Innsbruck

Typically Germanic parking - people line up their bikes on kickstands

More cycle parking needed in the old town of Innsbruck - this looks like a student area

Forbidden to Leave Bikes Here! but more cycle parking is needed in the old town of Innsbruck

More cycle parking needed in the old town of Innsbruck

Quite heavy and elaborate cycle parking near the university in Innsbruck

Cycle parking at one of Zaha Hadid's funicular stations, Innsbruck

Surprisingly inadequate parking at Seefeld station

E-bikes (batteries removed) and others for guests at the Klösterbräuhaus hotel in Seefeld

E-bikes and others for guests at the Klösterbräuhaus hotel in Seefeld

Bikes and buggies can't fit through the gates to reach the funicular from Seefeld

No entry except cycles; dogs on leads

Roadside shared-use path in the Leutasch valley

Riverside shared-use path

Shared-use riverside path

End of the shared-use footway - cross the road to reach the riverside route

Paved shared-use path - and across the road the unpaved riverside route

Riverside shared-use path

Shared-use riverside path

Cycle route to the left, to the right the Camino to Santiago de Compostella - plus running/cross-country skiing routes

Shared-use riverside path

Signs for mountain bike routes - and the Camino to Santiago de Compostella

End of shared-use path

Start of an Austrian mountain bike route (in English)

Cycle parking at an Austrian mountain hut - of course

Mountain bike sign in Austria - the same as those just across the border

The traffic-free old town of Innsbruck - no need for cycle stands as bikes have kick-stands (and are not stolen).

Mountain bike rack at the Hallerangerhaus hut, Tyrol

Cycle route signage in a remote Austrian valley

There's no proper cycle parking in Seefeld

There's a huge turning space in the semi-pedestrianised centre of Seefeld, but no cycle parking or other facilities.

No Pedestrians, but presumably a feasible short-cut for cyclists from the centre of Seefeld

The semi-pedestrianised main street of Seefeld

Access to the semi-pedestrianised main street of Seefeld

Access to the semi-pedestrianised centre of Seefeld

Riverside cycleway, Austria

Semi-urbanised section of riverside cycleway, Austria

Modern art on the cycleway

Riverside cycle route

Austrian cycleway

Austrian cycle route signs and the Way to Santiago de Compostella

Austrian cycleway

Regulations for cyclists on an Austrian cycle track

Lots of very Austrian instructions at start of cycle route

Manchester City FC training camp in Seefeld, Austria - I don't think the actual players are cycling.

Manchester City FC training camp in Seefeld, Austria - I don't think the actual players are cycling.

Mountain bike routes around Mayrhofen, Austria

Rather amazing (apparently) mountain biking right on the outskirts of Innsbruck.

Bus stopping outside the bike lane, Innsbruck

Excellent riverside route, and pedestrians who keep to their side!

Entry to pedestrianised old town of Innsbruck

Excellent riverside route in Innsbruck - and pedestrians who keep out of the way!

Each funicular from Innsbruck to the Hungerburg carries five bikes.

Cycle parking at one of Zaha Hadid's funicular stations, Innsbruck

Covered bike parking, Innsbruck

Cycle parking in pedestrian zone, Innsbruck

Very visible cycle racks, Innsbruck

Cycle lane ending at a tram stop, Innsbruck

Cycle parking at one of Zaha Hadid's funicular stations, Innsbruck

A cycle stand with a view! at an Austrian mountain hut.

Cycle rack in the middle of nowhere, Austria

'Cyclists please dismount here' - well, yes, not much choice!

Cyclist and hikers in the upper Isar valley

A sign about the Isar Cycle Way, in the middle of nowhere.

E-bikes for rent - all the rage this year across Europe.

Route from central Seefeld to cable car terminal

Bridge from cable car station to central Seefeld, Austria

Start of shortish but excellent stretch of shared-use path.

Riverside path with a plethora of signs, mainly for hiking - this is also part of a pilgrim's route to Santiago de Compostella!

Excellent shared-use path in a touristy part of the Tyrol.

No cycling on the platform? That's how the staff get around at Salzburg station (admittedly after midnight).

Cycle parking in front of Salzburg station.

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