Getting here and parking

The trailheads for the Kaiserkrone and the three-day mountain hut tour are in Going, Hüttling (near the Aschingerkapelle chapel).


Kaiserkrone: Getting here & parking

Free parking and onward travel to the trailhead

The trailheads for the Kaiserkrone & the three-day mountain hut tour are in Going, Hüttling, near the Aschingerkapelle chapel (840 m).

Arrival to the hiking start point

You can use the Hüttling hiking bus free of charge to get to the Hüttling hiking starting point. The hiking bus runs 6 times a day from the Ellmau Dorf/Bauhof bus stop to the Hüttling hiking starting point and back. It is possible to change from/to the KaiserJet and the public buses at the Going bathing lake.

Arrival by train

The Wilder Kaiser region is ideal for travelling by train. The nearest train stations are Kufstein, Wörgl, Kitzbühel and St.Johann/Tyrol. From there, post buses run regularly to the regional towns. The KaiserJet will take you directly to Going free of charge. There you can take the taxi to the starting point of the hike and start your long-distance hike.

Why travel by train?

  • Your holiday already begins with the journey.
  • You travel in a climate-friendly and environmentally conscious way.
  • The journey time can be used for final planning and tour preparations.
  • You don't have to worry about finding a parking space and leaving your car parked for several days.
  • The Wilder Kaiser region is easily accessible by public transport.
  • The local mobility offers are varied and regular.
Getting here by train
Getting here by train

The Wilder Kaiser region is located in the eastern part of Tyrol between Kufstein and Kitzbühel and is particularly well suited for arriving by train. The holiday resorts of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll are only about 20 minutes away from the nearest train stations in Wörgl, Kufstein, Kitzbühel and St. Johann.


Arrival by car

Free parking in Going


No long-term parking is permitted at the hiking starting point in Hüttling! This is a day parking area, where the parking ticket is only valid on the day of issue. (Illegally parked vehicles are reported to the police and towed away.) The Hüttling car park is a public car park from May to October. In the winter months from November to April, the car park is not supervised. During this time, use is at your own risk! Long-term parking is also prohibited at the Going swimming lake!

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