Zwift Innsbruck Cycling Routes with Route Maps and Descriptions

Zwift’s Innsbruck world has a number of routes you can choose from. You choose your route by clicking the Routes button at the Drop In screen, or you can manually pick your route by choosing a direction when an intersection comes up. Some routes include a lead-in distance that doesn’t count towards the route achievement. This lead-in is indicated in blue – while the actual route appears in white. Each route includes an animates map along with the route name, distance, elevation gain and any pertinent notes.

See a listing of all the routes available in Zwift here.

Zwift Innsbruck Cycling Routes with Route Maps and Descriptions

Route Details
Route Name:  2018 UCI Worlds Short Lap

Distance:  23.6 km (14.7 mi)

Elevation Gain:  494 m (1621 ft)

Notes:  The primary loop of the 2018 UCI  World
Championship road race. Ride up and over the
challenging climbs to Igls and then finish on
a fast and flat circuit through downtown Innsbruck.

 

 

Route Name:  Achterbahn

Distance:  47.3 km (29.4 mi)

Elevation Gain:  989 m (3244 ft)

Notes:  This roller coaster of a route hits the KOM
and sprint in both directions. Start with a reverse
ascent of the Igls climb before looping into
town and then climbing up to Igls again
in the forward direction.

Route Name:  Innsbruckring

Distance:  8.7 km (5.4 mi)

Elevation Gain:  77 m (252 ft)

Notes:  A racer’s playground, this flat
and fast route traverses the interior
roads around Innsbruck for as many
laps as you can handle.

Route Name:  Lutscher

Distance:  13.7 km (8.5 mi)

Elevation Gain:  402 m (1318 ft)

Notes:  This lollipop route takes you over
to the Igls climb where you’ll complete repeated
clockwise loops of the 2018 UCI
course’s primary climb.

Route Name:  Lutscher CCW

Distance:  13.7 km (8.5 mi)

Elevation Gain:  402 m (1318 ft)

Notes:  Same as the regular Lutscher route,
only climbing the steeper backside of the s climb.

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