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Nordkette Cable Car

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January 20, 2018
City mountain, 4 Minutes Walking distance from home to Station Löwenhaus, Tickets,i was informed you get at main station congress ... its a must
April 18, 2018
a must visit once you arrive in Innsbruck! You will never regret it :-) Take a Innsbruck Card for 39 EURO for 24 hours. It is recommended if you would like to use your quality-holiday-time in Innsbruck
October 30, 2019
The "Empire State Building of Innsbruck" is also there for skiing. Take the cable way either to the top restaurant ("Seegrube") or the peak of Nordkette ("Hafele Kar"). This skiing place I recommend to experienced skiers and free riders.
Mary Ann
Mary Ann
August 26, 2018
it is a must in this city
May 20, 2018
Very beautiful view over the whole city of Innsbruck, lots of different mountains, and a variety of different valleys. Very easy to access, very spectacular rides to the top. Also a bikers, hikers and skiers paradise.

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