Location & arrival

At the intersection of the Eisacktal and Pustertal valley

Directly behind the Brenner Pass, i.e. at the Austrian border and the heart of the Alps, the Eisacktal and Pustertal intersect, only about 180 km south of Munich and approx. 200 km northeast of Milan. Here, in the province of South Tyrol in the north of Italy, you will find the Ski & Almenregion Gitschberg Jochtal.

The picturesque villages of the Ski & holiday area are characterised by their idyllic situation and offer wonderful 360-degree views. The mild climate with many hours of sun and the untouched mountain and Almen world invites to take extensive discovery tours throughout the year. The culture city of Brixen, one of the oldest cities of the region Tirol, is only a few minutes away by car.

Taking the train to South Tyrol

The Brenner train line trains stop at Franzensfeste/Fortezza, both coming from the north and the south. With local trains, you can then continue to the Pustertal, to Mühlbach and Vintl where buses and/or the Meransen cable cars take you to the other holiday resorts.
With South Tyrol’s convenient Mobilcard Südtirol you use the well-developed bus system of the region as you please. The Almencard furthermore comes with free admission to 90 museums in all of South Tyrol.

Italienische Bahn – Österreichische Bahn – Deutsche Bahn – Schweizer Bundesbahn – Niederlande Nederlandse spoorwegen

Overview of all rail connections to South Tyrol.

Taking the bus to South Tyrol

For some, it's the only way to travel: by bus into the mountains.

Getting to South Tyrol by car

Coming from the south or north, you exit the Brenner motorway A22 at Brixen Nord and continue direction Pustertal/Bruneck. After approximately 3-4 km, you reach the Ski & Almenregion Gitschberg Jochtal.

To get to Spinges, you continue direction Natz Schabs and then arrive at Spinges.
To reach Mühlbach, Meransen and Vals, you turn right before the tunnel.
Vintl and the Pfunderertal are accessible via the main road.

From the east via Lienz - Innichen or Staller Sattel in Bruneck, you take the Pustertaler road, which you follow until you reach the respectively marked exits.

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