How to get to Wagrain-Kleinarl

Your journey to holiday paradise

Wagrain-Kleinarl is nestles amid the scenic mountains of Salzburg's Pongau region. The valley entrance is about 55 km south of the city of Salzburg. The Kleinarl Valley is about 20 km long and stretches from Wagrain southwards to the Radstädter Tauern.

There are numerous ways to reach us and your holiday home comfortably:

It is very important to us that you can get around comfortably, quickly and as environmentally friendly as possible.You can find out all about the public transport options in resort here. Here you can discover how high your ecological footprint is for your holiday.

Start your well-deserved holiday in an environmentally friendly way by train. If you travel to and from the Wagrain-Kleinarl holiday region sustainably without a car, you can enjoy reduced rail fares including a tourist service! All you need is a booking confirmation from your rental company in Wagrain-Kleinarl. Please contact Mobilito - the mobility centre in the Pongau.
(Email Mobilito, Tel.: +43 (0) 6462 / 330300). The Mobilito team will be happy to help you with all your rail travel needs. You can book all your train tickets and seat reservations directly at Mobilito. What else are you waiting for? Get expert advice, low rail fares and information on door-to-door luggage at Mobilito.

Salzburg's main railway station is only about 1 hour away. This is a border station and has perfect connections to Germany and beyond. Around 40 trains a day run between Salzburg and St. Johann im Pongau.

You can find more information on barrier-free travel here

Online bus timetable Salzburger Verkehrsverbund (SVV)
Online train timetable ÖBB

Nearest railway stations:

  • St. Johann im Pongau
  • Radstadt

Onward journey to Wagrain-Kleinarl is by bus, taxi or pick-up service by your host.

- Vienna, St. Pölten, Linz, Graz, Klagenfurt, Innsbruck
- Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart, Düsseldorf, Bonn, Frankfurt, Cologne and others
- Zurich
- Nightjet Rome - Pongau
- Nightjet Paris - Salzburg
- Direct train Sweden (Malmö) via Denmark - Pongau

more information direct train connections
more information direct train Sweden (Malmö) via Denmark - Pongau

Wagrain-Kleinarl is located in the middle of the Salzburg mountains in Pongau, in the Salzburg Sport World. It is about 1h away from the city of Salzburg.

The Austrian Automobile Club ÖAMTC provides information regarding the current road conditions in Austria.

Freeway A8 (Munich - Salzburg)> border crossing Walserberg > freeway A10 (direction Villach) - exit (Nr.66) Flachau > B 163 to Wagrain-Kleinarl (approx. 10km).

Vienna/ Linz:
Freeway A1 > Salzburg > Motorway A10 (direction Villach) - Exit(Nr.66) Flachau > B 163 to Wagrain-Kleinarl (approx. 10km).

From the south:
Freeway A10 (direction Salzburg) - Exit (Nr.66) Flachau > B 163 to Wagrain-Kleinarl (approx. 10km).

Please note the following points when travelling by car:

  • Vignette obligation on freeway: Available at gas stations, border crossings or online at ASFINAG.
  • Winter tire obligation: In Austria (01 November to 15 April).
  • Attention busses: Driving ban for vehicles over 16 tons on the B 163 from St. Johann im Pongau to Wagrain.

You don't have your own car with you?
Then rent a car from Mietwagen Pongau. This gives you a flexible transport option in resort.

Route planner

Tunnel renewal A10 Tauernautobahn

ASFINAG is renewing five tunnels on the A10 Tauernautobahn between Golling and Werfen and upgrading the safety equipment to the latest state of the art.
This leads to increased delays in traffic.

Even if it seems more convenient to leave the A10 highway to avoid the delays, we strongly advise you not to do so. Locals suffer greatly from the congested roads and are sometimes dangerous. This is because vital organizations such as the fire department, ambulance service and police are sometimes unable to reach their destinations on time.

Ideally, you should switch to trains and buses, which are highly recommended for connections to our region, including direct connections from Hamburg.

The airport in Salzburg is the second largest in Austria and has a very good non-stop schedule from many European cities.

Flights to/from Salzburg - W. A. Mozart Salzburg Airport SZG, approx. 70 km
Flights to/from Munich - Franz Josef Strauß Airport MUC, approx. 240 km

With the airport transfer you can get to the Salzburg Sportwelt and further to Wagrain-Kleinarl in a climate-friendly and still very comfortable way. Neutouristik offers this service.

Or you can be picked up by the local cab companies.

Other bus lines in the area

For more sporting activities, try walking, cycling or e-biking. You can rent e-bikes and bikes from the following e-bike rental companies:

E-bike charging points

Electric car charging points

gas station in Wagrain-Kleinarl