Let your car take a holiday too and use the extensive network of local public transport in the Wipptal holiday region. Suburban trains (S-Bahn) run in the main valley of Wipptal, with regional buses servicing the side valleys for easy access.
Suburban train (S-Bahn) Innsbruck - Brenner
You can head out on a convenient and affordable sightseeing tour to the state capital of Innsbruck or take a shopping trip to the Outlet Center Brenner with the train, which runs through the main valley of Wipptal from Innsbruck to Brenner every hour and from Innsbruck to Steinach every half hour.
Good bus connections
The routes of the regional buses go from the train stations to all valleys and to many starting points of beautiful hiking routes, mountain trails, and destination points.
Free ski bus
The ski bus is free throughout the region for all guests during the winter - this year starting from 14/12/2019 until 01/01/2020. Aftwards your guestcard will be your ticket for all busses (incl. ski busses) within the region (Schönberg to Brenner). Please note: not all busses run directly to the skiing resort Bergeralm, sometimes you'll have to change at the train station!
Furthermore, there is a taxi company in the region, which will happily take you from A to B. Contact: Wipptal-Taxi - Helmuth Detassis, tel. +43 664 12 23 055
You can use the inexpensive shared taxi at night during the weekends and on the eve of bank holidays – for € 3 to € 5 per person; the taxi brings you back to your accommodation. Contact & schedule
Winter tour taxi
In winter we offer additionally the "Tour taxi" that is waiting on standby (reservation until 8 pm the night before) for ski tourers and snowshoehikers in the mountaineering village St. Jodok, Schmirn & Vals, both bringing them and picking them up later at start- and end-locations of winter touring routes. Our driver is Christoph Tel.: +43 (0) 664 788 05 40
The suburban trains between Innsbruck and Brenner run hourly; there is even a half-hourly connection from Steinach to Innsbruck.
The regional bus is coordinated with the trains and goes from the Steinach or Matrei train stations to all side valleys.