University of Innsbruck

Current pollen report for Tyrol

October 06th 2023

The pollen season in Tyrol is over!

Since many plants have already finished their flowering period, we are only recording isolated pollen grains in our pollen traps at all altitudes and over the entire region. These low pollen concentrations in the air are no longer reaching the irritation threshold.

It should be noted, however, that fungal spores can still be present in the air in low to moderate concentrations until November. These can trigger allergic reactions.

As the 2023 pollen season has come to an end, we are posting here our final weekly pollen report for this year. However, pollen concentrations in the Tyrolean air will continue to be measured in autumn and winter. We will report again in 2024, when the first plants will be flowering and the pollen concentration in the air will rise again.

For all those who would like to have a look at the annual trend of the pollen season 2023, we will put our annual pollen report for Tyrol online in January/February 2024. We will inform you as soon as the report is online. We are also open to any feedback to help us improving the newsletter and the quality of the information we are providing to you; you can send an e-mail to

We thank you for your interest and wish you a symptom-free autumn and winter season. We look forward to providing information for pollen allergy sufferers and interested parties again next year.

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