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KaiserJet - hikers’ bus - village evening bus - ski bus

Relax and get to know the Wilder Kaiser region thanks to our broad selection of buses. In summer, the KaiserJet bus for hikers and bathers, the local hikers’ buses and the mountaineer taxi will take transport you comfortably and safely to the hiking starting point or excursion destination of your choice. Furthermore, take advantage of the village evening bus to visit our evening events from Tuesday to Friday without a car. Wondering how to access the cable cars in winter? Take advantage of the ski buses in Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll, which will transport you to the valley stations early in the morning.

Getting around in Going, Ellmau, Scheffau, Söll

KaiserJet

The KaiserJet connects the village centres of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll with all cable car valley stations, bathing lakes, the Kaiserbad (open air pool, indoor pool, wellness, climbing hall, tennis hall) and the excursion destinations throughout the region. The Kaiserjet ‘flies’ through the region every hour from 01 July 2020 to 18 October 2020.

Holders of either a Wilder Kaiser Card (guests, residents, employees) or a lift pass can take advantage of this offer free of charge.

Hiking buses

Wochenbrunner Alm

This free hikers’ bus runs daily from 21 June to 18 October 2020 between the Ellmau Dorf/Bauhof bus stop the trailhead of the hike to the Wochenbrunner Alm Alpine hut. Passengers can change to/from the KaiserJet and regular buses at the Ellmau Dorf/Bauhof bus stop.

Hintersteiner See lake

The free "Hintersteiner See hikers’ bus" runs daily from 21 June to 18 October 2020 between the village of Scheffau (Dorf) and Hintersteinersee lake (alternates between the western and eastern banks). Please note: Groups of 10 persons or more must register in advance with the Scheffau tourist board. Change to/from the KaiserJet or regular buses at the Scheffau Dorf bus stop.


Hüttling | Moor & More

From the Ellmau Dorf/Bauhof bus stop, a free hikers’ bus runs five times a day from 21 June to 18 October 2020 via the stations Going Dorf, the fire station car park (Feuerwehrparkplatz) in Going, and the Going bathing lake (Badesee) to Hüttling. The latter is the starting point for multi-day hikes (Kaiserkrone, 3-day mountain hut hike) and day hikes (e.g. Schleier Waterfall, Moor & More). You can change from/to the KaiserJet and the regular buses at several stops.

Mountaineer taxi
The collective taxi for climbing enthusiasts

In summer the mountaineer taxi (subject to a charge) will take you to the Wilder Kaiser mountain at the best times of day.

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Ski bus

Timetables & stops

© Manuel Bialucha

The free ski bus runs regularly between all ski bus stops within the villages of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau or Söll in the Wilder Kaiser region. Thanks to this service, easily access the SkiWelt resort’s cable car valley stations and the village centres of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll without a car. Access the current ski bus timetable at the ski bus stops or obtain a paper copy from the Tourismusverband Wilder Kaiser’s local tourist information offices.

FAQ - frequently asked questions

1. Can residents, accommodation providers, second-home owners and employees in tourism also travel free of charge by public bus?
All persons who have a permanent main or secondary residence in the region and who can therefore (theoretically) make use of the VVT’s 365 day offer, are not covered by the carriage regulation. This applies to all residents and thus also to accommodation providers. VVT monthly passes have been available at every tourist information office since June 2019. All BürgerCard (ResidentCard), FreizeitwohnsitzCard (HolidayHomeCard) or StaffCard holders can borrow these passes free of charge up to 10 times a year and thus make use of the public transport system throughout Tirol! This offer is 100% financed by the tourist board.

2. I don't have a smartphone. Can I still take the bus from the train station to the region free of charge?
Yes, the Wilder Kaiser guest card can be sent by email in advance and printed out at home.

3. My accommodation provider cannot or does not want to send me the Wilder Kaiser guest card in advance by email or to my mobile phone. What are my options?
In this case, you unfortunately cannot take advantage of the free bus journey and have to buy a regular ticket. Alternatively, you can use the Wilder Kaiser train station shuttle, which will take you directly to your accommodation for €15 per person. On the day of departure, you can use the bus to arrive back to the departure station free of charge with your guest card.

4. Can the accommodation provider send me the guest card in advance by post?
Unfortunately, it is not possible for the accommodation provider to issue a physical guest card before check-in.

5. I have a guest card and would like to take a day trip from Ellmau, Going, Scheffau or Söll to Innsbruck by bus and train. Do I have to pay full price?
In this instance, you can take the bus to Wörgl free of charge. From here you only have to buy a train ticket from Wörgl to Innsbruck (buy at the counter, ticket.vvt.at or from the bus driver).

Public bus transport

Public bus transport

Verkehrsverbund Tirol (VTT) bus lines operate daily in the villages of Ellmau, Going, Scheffau and Söll. Comfortably transit from the Kufstein or Wörgl train stations directly to your booked location. The public buses ensure that you can get on or off at your desired stop in the shortest possible time.

Taxi operators in the Wilder Kaiser region

Taxi operators in the Wilder Kaiser region

Missed the last bus? Need a transfer to your accommodation? A list of all taxi companies in the Wilder Kaiser region with the corresponding contact data and telephone numbers is available here.

Getting here

Getting here

The Wilder Kaiser region is located in the Tirolean Unterland region between Kufstein and Kitzbühel in the Söllandl valley. The Munich, Salzburg and Innsbruck airports are each just about an hour's drive away. In addition to arriving by car, the Wilder Kaiser is also easily accessible by train and bus. The nearest train stations are Kufstein, Wörgl, Kitzbühel and St. Johann.

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