We begin our trip down the Inn near Nesselgarten, in the area of Fliess, about six kilometers upriver (south) from Landeck. Here the Inn is a rapidly flowing river. A church highlights the hillside above the Inn on the left, and high peaks of the Alps to the south can be seen in the distance.

        The old wooden covered bridge here is as peculiar as it looks in the photograph above - its floor goes up and down as one makes his or her crossing of the Inn. The image below looks from upriver at the bridge. The highway following the Inn Valley is a right, with a pedestrian-and-bike way leading toward us from the end of the bridge:


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