ESCAPING THE DAILY ROUTINE!
Travel to the Wildkogel Arena
The easiest ways for you to get here
From the North
(GER, NL,...) Munich- exit "Kufstein süd" (toll sticker required) - St. Johann i. T. - Kitzbühel - Pass Thurn - Mittersill - Bramberg/Neukirchen
From the West
(CH) Inntal Autobahn (A12: toll sticker required) - exit "Wörgl Ost" - St. Johann i.T. - Kitzbühel - Pass Thurn - Mittersill - Bramberg/Neukirchen
From the East
Vienna - Salzburg (A1: toll sticker required) - Bischofshofen - Zell am See - Mittersill - Bramberg/Neukirchen
From the South
(I, SLO) Tauern Autobahn (A10: toll sticker required) - exit "St. Michael" or "Bischofshofen" - Zell am See - Mittersill - Bramberg/Neukirchen
Toll info for the Gerloss Pass in WINTER:
Gerlos High-Alpine Road: Upon presentation of your Guest Card, all holidaymakers from Wald/Königsleiten, Krimml, Neukirchen and Bramberg receive a free 8-day pass for use of this toll road. Day visitors must pay the toll charge for cars (€ 8.00) but will have this amount refunded upon purchase of a lift ticket. All skiers already in possession of a ski pass (chip card) from the Zillertal Arena can use this pass to drive through the automated lane at the toll gate. If you are arriving for the start of your holidays, you can present the booking confirmation you received from your hotel to pass through the toll gate free of charge! Once ski season is over, all drivers using the Gerlos High-Alpine Road must pay the applicable toll fees!
Arrival on Public Transportation
In the Wildkogel Arena, you can also leave your car parked in the garage with an absolutely clear conscience ...
Mobilito Leave your car at home, but still have complete mobility during your holidays? This stress- and traffic jam-free prospect is offered to you by Wildkogel Arena in the form of "Gentle Mobility - car-free tourism", an innovative and unique project here in Austria, intended to meet the need of holidaymaking guests for greater relaxation: End-to-end travel in and out by train or bus, ski shuttles, organized mobility at your vacation destination, along with numerous eco-friendly sporting opportunities, all aimed at guaranteeing sustainable holiday enjoyment amid an intact environment.
Bus and train timetables Zell am See - Krimml
Arrival by Air
Salzburg Airport is the second largest airport in Austria and is serviced by more than 90 airlines. Best flight connections from many European cities and excellent transfer connections via hubs like Frankfurt, Vienna, London, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg and Istanbul provide a quick and convenient journey, so you can enjoy a relaxed start to your holidays.
Please find the current timetable here: www.salzburg-airport.com/en
Various forms of public transportation run regularly from Salzburg Airport to our holiday region. Naturally, you can also take advantage of shuttle service or even rent a car at the airport. Salzburg Airport is located about 1 1/2 hours from Hohe Tauern National Park.
In addition to the airport in Salzburg itself, you can also make use of the airports in Munich or in Innsbruck. Travel time from either of these locations is between 2 and 3 hours.
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Arrival by Railjet
Salzburger Land boasts countless places of astonishing natural beauty that are certain to captivate you, both summer and winter. Enjoy a relaxing journey to the Wildkogel Arena by rail using ÖBB.
The "Kitzsteinhorn" Railjet runs every Saturday directly from Vienna to Zell am See. "Kitzbüheler Alpen" Intercity service will also bring you from Vienna straight to Zell am See on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
Once in Zell am See, you can change to the trains on the Pinzgauer Lokalbahn line in the direction of Bramberg and Neukirchen.