Arrival in your skiing holiday
Coming from the east
You will reach the Dachstein West ski region via Westautobahn A1 (Vienna-Salzburg) to the Regau junction and continuing via Gmunden, Bad Ischl, Bad Goisern to Gosau.
Travel time from Gmunden: about 1 hour
Coming from the north/west
You'll reach the Dachstein West ski region via Westautobahn A1 (coming from Munich-Salzburg), exit at "Golling" and continue via Abtenau on the B166 to Russbach.
Travel time from Salzburg: about 45 minutes
Coming from the south
Along the Tauernautobahn A10 (coming from Graz, Carinthia, Italy, Slovenia), exit at "Eben" and continue via St. Martin on the B166 to Annaberg-Lungötz.
Travel time from Eben: about 30 minutes
Travelling by car
To help you plan your journey here, you can get started right away and plan your optimal travel route online with the route planner from your hometown to Gosau, Russbach or Annaberg-Lungötz.
Note: In Austria, road tax discs are mandatory on all motorways. The road tax discs are available at all petrol stations and rest areas.
Getting here by train & bus
With the train and bus you'll get to the Dachstein West ski region in comfort, with no traffic jams or stress. The last stretch from the train station to Gosau, Russbach and Annaberg is served by public bus.
You can find a train service to suit you incl. public bus connection directly on the ÖBB travel portal.
Use the free ski and shuttle buses
Leave the car at home and travel from your home / accommodation on the free ski and shuttle buses to the Dachstein West ski region.
The free ski buses will take you directly to the lower terminus to Gosau, Russbach and Annaberg. Just step off the bus and hit the slopes, then take the bus back when your skiing is done.
Free ski buses are on the way : Bad Ischl, Bad Goisern, Hallstatt, Obertraun, Golling, Abtenau, St. Martin, Lungötz sowie Salzburg Stadt, Straßwalchen, Neumarkt, Eugendorf, Bergheim, Kuchl, Golling