Location and Arrival

The most comfortable way to your vacation paradise

Easily and comfortably to the Hochkönig region, by car, by train or by plane. Our tips on how best to get to our ski and hiking destination.

Arrival by car

The region Hochkönig in Pinzgau, Salzburger Land is excellently connected to the international freeway network and therefore very good and easy to reach for everyone. Within Austria you can reach the vacation paradise via the A1 or the A10, from Germany via the A8!

Toll-paying arrival from Munich, Germany, Vienna, Austria or Villach, Austria via Tauernautobahn A10, exit Bischofshofen and continue towards Mühlbach, Dienten and Maria Alm.

You can reach the Hochkönig region and its vacation resorts Maria Alm, Dienten and Mühlbach in the Salzburgerland toll-free the fastest via Munich, Siegsdorf, Lofer. Another way to get there without toll is via Rosenheim, Kiefersfelden, Kufstein Süd, St. Johann/Tyrol, Saalfelden and you are already in Maria Alm, Dienten or Mühlbach.

All information, congestion and road condition reports for optimal traffic information in the state of Salzburg

Arrival by bus & train

With the train you can enjoy your vacation from the beginning. No traffic jam will stop you from getting to Maria Alm, Dienten or Mühlbach! The nearest train stations are Saalfelden, Lend and Bischofshofen. You can book your train connection at www.oebb.at or by phone at 051717.

New: Railjet from Vienna to Saalfelden.
In addition, as of 29 December, it will be possible to use the direct Railjet connections on weekends (FR/SA/SO). Tickets from Vienna to the Pinzgau from € 24.00

Arrival by plane

The closest airports are Salzburg and Munic All major airlines have Salzburg and/or Munich as arrival and departure destination ination in their program, and there are also many seasonal charter flights!

For the journey from the north of Germany a flight to Salzburg is particularly worthwhile. There are several non-stop flights a day from Hamburg. Within one hour and twenty minutes you can reach the Salzburger Land - from there the Hochkönig region is only an hour's drive or train ride away.

Salzburg Airport is the second largest airport in Austria and is served by over 90 airlines. Very good non-stop scheduled connections from numerous European cities and perfect transfer connections via the hubs of Frankfurt, Vienna, London, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Hamburg and Istanbul enable a quick and comfortable journey to start your vacation in a relaxed manner. Up-to-date information about the flight schedule can be found in the seasonal flight schedule.