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06/22/24 - 06/29/24


Arrival & mobility at the Ganghoferlauf

Our greatest treasure is nature. In order to protect this valuable asset in the best possible way, mobility is a key element of sustainability. Here you will find all the information you need, from car-free travel to the Ganghoferlauf to mobility on site.

The journey to the Seefeld region is short and fast, so you simply get more out of your holiday: More relaxation, more mountains and more time for what's really important. Whether by train or bus: the sunny high plateau is in a prime location and with the world's highest (year-round) ICE train station, travelling to Seefeld is really relaxed. As soon as you arrive, you can use the region's train and bus network free of charge with your guest card. Four bus lines and/or the train run 365 days a year to all towns in the region and as far as Telfs. In summer and winter, there are two more lines to Wildmoos and Gaistal, as well as seasonal ski buses.



Mobility on site

Free public transport for travelling to and from the Ganghoferlauf
If you want to be fully mobile in the extensive Seefeld region, you no longer need a car: That's why we invite you to travel to the region by train and then use all public transport on the high plateau free of charge on presentation of your guest card. For all those who are not staying overnight in the region, we provide a free bus ticket within the region for travelling to and from the Ganghoferlauf. If you are interested, please let the Leutasch information office (info.leutasch@seefeld.com) know your first name, surname and e-mail address.

Well informed
The train and bus terminal connects all five villages as well as the region's most beautiful favourite places and excursion destinations. Our mobility and information centre will support you directly on site with all connections, departure times and questions about accessibility.

Three lines lead to the destination
The Ganghoferlauf can be reached by three different bus lines: coming from Seefeld with the lines 430 & 433 and from Mittenwald or Telfs with the line 431 - due to the regular frequency, the lines are ideal for travelling to and from the race. The bus stop "Weidach Alpenbad/Brücke" is located directly at the start and finish area at the Leutasch football pitch and around 2 minutes' walk from the Race Office. Below you will find the route map and the timetables of the bus lines.

Car pooling
If you are travelling to the Ganghoferlauf by car, we ask you to form car pools. Whether with people from your ski club, other participants from the same accommodation, etc. Every kilometre not travelled by car is a gain for everyone!

Route network and timetables

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Truly perfectly networked

Mobility overview

Guest card = ticket

The guest card is valid during your stay as a ticket for all public bus connections in the region (up to Telfs and Mittenwald). In addition, the train ride between Seefeld and Scharnitz and the Wildmoosbus are also included. You will receive the guest card from your landlord (digital or/and printed).

Good to know for public transport use: on the day of arrival, your accommodation reservation confirmation (digital or printed) lets you travel by bus for free from the train stations in Seefeld, Reith by Seefeld or Mittenwald, as well as from the FlixBus bus stop in Seefeld, to the bus stop nearest your accommodation (the bus routes 430, 431, 432, 433 and 434 are included in this service, as are the Seefeld ski buses. Please be aware of departure times, bus stops and route plan).

Mobility infrastructure of the region


At the world's highest ICE train station, which operates all year round, trains not only arrive regularly from Munich and Innsbruck, but you can also travel comfortably from Hamburg to Seefeld. If you take the night train to the mountains, you can even dream yourself from home directly into the vacation. By the way, you can send your luggage and equipment in advance with the door-to-door luggage offer!

Advantages of the train journey:

- Relaxed and comfortable
- Enjoy your vacation already during the journey
- No traffic jams
- Safe arrival
- No need to search for parking spaces/costs
- Climate friendly and environmentally conscious
- Simply "genuinely sustainable"
- Discounts in selected regional businesses for a sustainable journey

Mobility Consulting Region Seefeld

  • Trained, experienced and multilingual mobility coaches of the Region Seefeld.
  • Tips and tricks for the best and cheapest train connections to the Region Seefeld.
  • Help with booking and planning your trip
  • Phone: +43 5088 0
  • E-Mail: region@seefeld.com


Frequently asked questions

Arrive Easily


Easily and conveniently arrive in the Seefeld region by car or by public transport such as bus or train.

Select Preferred Mode of Transportation

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