Traveling to
Obergurgl-Hochgurgl by car

On the fast lane straight to the holiday paradise

Traveling by car leads holidaymakers along the Tirolean Inntal valley straight to the entrance of Ötztal, and then almost 50 km southwards to the rear end of the valley where Obergurgl-Hochgurgl nestles at almost 2000 meters above sea level. In addition to the toll motorways there are also federal roads and highways - especially on the Ötztal federal road you shouldn't take the fast lane literally, but rather marvel at the picture-book winter landscape. With the route planner you can take a look at the journey quickly and easily.

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Plan the quickest and easiest travel route from your home town to the Ötztal valley online with the Route Planner:

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Arriving by car from the West

From Vorarlberg to Tirol you take the Arlberg pass road or the Arlberg toll tunnel (S 16). You reach Landeck and the autobahn A 12 towards Innsbruck. Leaving behind Roppener Tunnel, you take the exit "Ötztal" and follow B 186 federal road to Obergurgl-Hochgurgl.

 

Coming from the North

From Bad Tölz the road takes you across Achenpass (B 181) to Jenbach. Proceed on the A 12 towards Innsbruck/Bregenz (autobahn toll sticker required). Take the exit "Ötztal" and follow B 186 federal road into Ötztal.

From Pfronten via Reutte and across Fernpass to Imst. Here you take the A 12 towards Innsbruck (autobahn toll sticker required).  Leaving behind Roppener Tunnel, you take the exit "Ötztal" and follow B 186 federal road into Ötztal. Alternative: From Imst on B 171 to Ötztal (no toll fee), then along B 186 into Ötztal.

Via Garmisch Partenkirchen you reach Ehrwald and Lermoos, then continue via Fernpass to Imst. Here you take the A 12 towards Innsbruck (autobahn toll sticker required).  Leaving behind Roppener Tunnel, you take the exit "Ötztal" and follow B 186 federal road into Ötztal. Alternative: From Imst on B 171 to Ötztal (no toll fee), then along B 186 into Ötztal.

Another travel route to Ötztal leads via Garmisch Partenkirchen, Mittenwald, Scharnitz and Seefeld in Tirol to Telfs. Here you either take the Autobahn A 12 towards Bregenz (autobahn toll sticker required) and leave it at the exit "Ötztal" or you follow B 186 federal road to Ötztal Bahnhof (no toll fee). Then continue on B 186 federal road into Ötztal.

 

Arriving by car from the East

From Munich or Salzburg you take the A 93 to Kufstein, here you follow the A 12 towards Innsbruck/Bregenz (autobahn toll sticker required). Take the exit "Ötztal" and follow the B 186 into the valley.

 

Coming to Ötztal from the South

From Bozen/Bolzano towards Brenner pass (autobahn toll) and on the A 13 to the toll station in Schönberg - direction Innsbruck. In Innsbruck you take the A 12 towards Bregenz (autobahn toll sticker required) until you reach the exit "Ötztal". Then follow B 186 federal road into Ötztal.

In the summer months from early June to late October, coming from Meran on the SS44 federal road in the direction of St. Leonhard im Passeier | Moos im Passeier, you can reach Hochgurgl and Obergurgl on the B186 federal road via the Timmelsjoch High Alpine Road (toll road, please check opening times, CLOSED ALL WINTER!) between 7.00 am and 8.00 pm.

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