Travel to Saalbach Hinterglemm

Use the map below to help you plan your trip here!



Arrival from Eastern Austria, Poland, Czech, Slovakia, Hungary

Arrival Option 1

  • West Autobahn, Vienna - Salzburg (A 1)
  • Exit Wals-Lofer, border crossing
  • continue via Bad Reichenhall to the Steinpass border crossing
  • Lofer - towards Zell am See
  • Maishofen
  • Saalbach Hinterglemm



Arrival Option 2

  • West Autobahn, Vienna - Salzburg (A 1) to the Salzburg interchange
  • take the Tauern Autobahn (A 10) in the direction of Villach
  • Bischofshofen interchange, take the Pinzgauer Bundesstrasse (B 311) towards Zell am See
  • Maishofen
  • Saalbach Hinterglemm

Arrival from Germany (no toll sticker required)

  • Autobahn Munich - Salzburg (A 8) as far as the Siegsdorf exit
  • From there in the direction of Inzell
  • Continue as far as the Lofer turn-off
  • On the Steinpass you will cross into Austria and continue as far as Lofer



  • From there continue to Saalfelden and then towards Zell am See
  • In Maishofen, you will come to the turn-off for Glemmtal
  • At this point it is just another 14 km to Saalbach Hinterglemm

Arrival from Italy, Slovenia, Croatia (Villach)

Arrival Option 1

  • Tauern Autobahn, Villach - Salzburg (A 10)
  • Bischofshofen interchange
  • on the Pinzgauer Bundesstrasse (B 311) towards Zell am See
  • Maishofen
  • Saalbach Hinterglemm



Arrival Option 2

  • Tauern Autobahn Villach - Salzburg (A 10)
  • after Spittal, take the next exit for the motorail loading station, Mallnitz - Böckstein
  • continue on the Pinzgauer Bundesstrase (B 311) towards Zell am See
  • Maishofen
  • Saalbach Hinterglemm



Arrival from Italy (Brenner)

  • Brenner Autobahn (A 13) in the direction of Innsbruck
  • Exit "Innsbruck Ost" and continue on the Inntal Autobahn (A 12) towards Wörgl
  • Exit at "Wörgl West"
  • continue on the B 312 to Saalfelden
  • Maishofen
  • Saalbach Hinterglemm