• Angath
  • Angerberg
  • Brixen im Thale
  • Erpfendorf
  • Fieberbrunn
  • Hochfilzen
  • Hopfgarten
  • Kelchsau
  • Kirchberg
  • Kitzbühel
  • Kirchbichl
  • Kirchdorf
  • Itter
  • St. Jakob in Haus
  • St. Johann in Tirol
  • St. Ulrich am Pillersee
  • Mariastein
  • Westendorf
  • Oberndorf
  • Waidring
  • Wörgl

Being mobile locally

Mobile in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve

The Holiday Region Hohe Salve is very well connected to the public transport network. This is beneficial not only when making your way here, but also allows you to be mobile at all times locally. Particularly attractive is the mobility package of the Hohe Salve Guest Card. The card is available directly from your landlord and allows you to use the regional buses and trains completely free. Good for the environment and also good for your wallet. In winter, you have the option of travelling directly to the ski area by ski bus. With your skiing gear you can use these buses for free. Would you prefer travelling by car? No problem - on this page you’ll also find all the details about E-Car-Sharing options and the regional taxi companies.

Mobile with the Hohe Salve Guest Card

Guest card = ticket

The Hohe Salve Guest Card is your personal advantage card and incidentally also a free bus and train ticket. The red card acts as a ticket for all regional bus and train services in the Kitzbühel Alps. Thus you can rest assured giving your car a break and explore the region at ease. You’ll receive the guest card for free with your accommodation directly from the landlord.

The included mobility-services:

  • checkfree use of the bus services between Wörgl and Kitzbühel

  • checkfree use of the train service between Wörgl and Hochfilzen

Read more about the Hohe Salve Guest Card now

Read more about the Hohe Salve Guest Card now
Read more about the Hohe Salve Guest Card now

Get more details about your personal advantage card for the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. Tip: Guest card = ticket. Treat your car to a holiday and use the free mobility offer for public transport within the Kitzbühel Alps.


Kitzbüheler Alpen - Autofrei

Mit der Kitzbüheler Alpen Gästekarte erkunden Sie die Ausflugsziele der Kitzbüheler Alpen bequem und schnell mit dem Zug. Alle Nahverkehrszüge innerhalb der Kitzbüheler Alpen zwischen Wörgl und Hochfilzen sind in Ihrer Gästekarte inkludiert (ausgenommen IC, EC und RailJet). Die Kitzbüheler Alpen Gästekarte erhalten Sie von Ihrem Vermieter vor Ort oder vor Ihrer Anreise die mobile Gästekarte. Mit dieser erhalten Sie auch zahlreiche Vergünstigungen und Ermäßigungen für Ausflugsziele in und um die Kitzbüheler Alpen.

Mobile by train and bus

By public transport to the daytrip destinations

With bus and train you’ll get to your destination completely at ease. No rush, no traffic, no navigating and, above all, no additional costs. Those who travel by bus and train within the Kitzbühel Alps can simply use the Hohe Salve Guest Card as their ticket. Of course, public transport is also suitable for longer day trips and short city trips. Environmentally friendly and in comfort you can thus travel straight through all of Tirol. The many options will delight you, too.

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The Day-Ticket 2Plus

You want to explore Tirol with your family, your partner or your best friend on a daytrip? The Day-Ticket 2Plus makes it possible! With this ticket a maximum of 2 adults and up to 3 children (below 15 years) can use all means of local public transport within Tirol for one day. The ticket is available for €34.00. Please note: long-distance trains such as InterCity, EuroCity and Railjet are excluded from the ticket!

Mobile with E-Car-Sharing and taxi

Flexible with electric cars and regional taxi companies

The main benefits of travelling by car are probably the great flexibility and not being bound by timetables. All those who have made their way here by public transport, have the option in the town of Wörgl to make use of E-Car Sharing. Flexibly, sustainably and economically you can use the floMOBIL for as little as € 1.00 per hour to travel through the Kitzbühel Alps.

Despite the good connections to the public transport network, there are still always a few places you cannot reach by bus and train. To allow you to still get to your destination, the Holiday Region Hohe Salve has many regional taxi companies. It’s best to pick a company from the location in which you currently are, then it won’t take too long for them to pick you up. The taxi drivers always endeavour to afford you a quick and, above all, safe onward journey.

Taxi Oba

Taxi Oba
Taxi Oba
Open todayWörgl

A&A Taxi

A&A Taxi
A&A Taxi
Open todayWörgl



Taxi Franz

Taxi Franz
Taxi Franz

Exploring the region on foot

The arguably finest local mobility option

Using the own legs as a means of transport is arguably the finest way of moving about through the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. Of course, this is not always possible and for longer distances it’s best to rely on the aforementioned mobility offers. But those who have enough time for fresh air, mountain encounters and exploration tours in the countryside should not miss out on this experience. Many special spots, attractions as well as daytrip destinations can be reached on foot.

The interactive map of the Kitzbühel Alps

Explore the Kitzbühel Alps on foot. Be it hiking, walking or running - your own feet are often the best means of transport. On the interactive map you’ll find the best routes for this.

  • Hiking trails for all seasons
  • footpaths and child-friendly routes
  • running and walking routes

simply select the preferred filter category, find a suitable tour and off you GO!


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