Mobility

Free ride to the Kaunertal

Current information and reports

Traffic information, bus schedules & arrival information

Here you will find all important information about traffic obstructions or roadblocks for the journey to the Kaunertal nature park and glacier region.

 

Find out about bus connections, timetables and public transport in the holiday region Kaunertal in Tirol.

Current information

Free travel on all routes


Free ride on all roads to the Kaunertal and the Kaunertal glacier. 

© TVB Tiroler Oberland-Kaunertal-Gletscherstraße-Daniel Zangerl

Current information hiking trails

Please be careful!

The Kaunertal is an alpine high valley and stretches over six alpine steps, so there may be snow fields along the hiking trails on some high and panoramic trails in spring. We ask for caution here!

The extensive hiking trail network is regularly maintained by our field staff. Despite careful work, however, it can happen that hiking trails are damaged due to unforeseen weather conditions.

© TVB Tiroler Oberland-Kaunertal-Daniel Zangerl-Gallruthalm

Timetables

Bus timetable Kaunertal

Here you will find an overview of all timetables in the Kaunertal Nature Park and Glacier Region.

 

© TVB Tiroler Oberland-Kaunertal-Johannes Larcher

Aktuelle Verkehrsbehinderungen bei der Anreise ins Kaunertal

Sperre Landecker Straße - L76

 

Bitte beachten Sie, dass derzeit aufgrund der Errichtung einer Galerie, die L76 - Landecker Straße zwischen Fließ & Landeck - gesperrt ist. Die Dauer der Sperre beläuft sich auf einen längeren Zeitraum. Bitte benutzen Sie die Umfahrung durch den Landecker Tunnel. Dieser ist in dieser Zeit vigniettenfrei - aber Achtung bitte benutzen Sie nur die Autobahnauffahrt Zams, wenn Sie von der Bundesstraße aus Richtung Imst bzw. Arlberg kommen. Fahren Sie direkt von der Autobahn aus Richtung Imst kommend in den Landecker Tunnel, ist eine Vigniette erforderlich!

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Information about motorcycle restrictions in the Imst & Reutte districts

In order to counteract the noise pollution for the local population in the Imst & Reutte districts a little, the state of Tyrol recently imposed driving bans on a small part of the routes in the Imst and Reutte districts. Due to considerable noise pollution, from June 10th to October 31st 2020 driving bans for particularly loud motorbikes parking noise> 95 dB (A) will be issued on a small part of the road network to protect the people who live there.

Of course, motorcyclists are very welcome in Tyrol - the driving ban affects only 5.6% of the entire national road network and approx. 7% of the vehicles permitted. Here you will find all information about the restrictions and driving bans.