A-5733 Bramberg am Wildkogel
DAS Wildkogel Resort, Oberpinzgau, Austria
Bramberg am Wildkogel is located in Oberpinzgau in the Salzburg Land region, at 819 metres above sea level. This village is part of the Hohe Tauern National Park with its breath-taking scenery of the Tauern Mountains and Kitzbühel Alps. This location in the heart of the Wildkogel Arena also means it is quick and easy to get to from nearby cities such as Salzburg, Munich and Innsbruck. Scroll down to find out more about the quickest and easiest ways to get to the Wildkogel Resorts.
Bramberg am Wildkogel
- Approaching from the north (Germany, Netherlands)
Munich – Kufstein – exit "Kufstein Süd" (no motorway toll sticker required) – St. Johann in Tirol – Kitzbühel – Pass Thurn – Mittersill – Krimml – Bramberg – exit "West"
Approaching from Munich, it may be a good idea to leave the motorway at Kufstein and take the main road.
- Approaching from Innsbruck
Innsbruck – Zillertal – Gerlos – Gerlospassstraße – Krimml – Bramberg – exit "West"
The road over the Gerlos mountain pass is normally subject to a toll charge. However, holders of the Nationalpark Sommercard mobil can use it free of charge in summer. Enquire for details.
- Approaching from the west (Switzerland)
Exit "Wörgl Ost" – St. Johann in Tirol – Kitzbühel – Mittersill – Krimml – Bramberg – exit "West"
Drivers on the A12 (Inntalautobahn) motorway will need a motorway toll sticker.
- Approaching from the east (Vienna, Salzburg)
Bischofshofen – Zell am See – Mittersill – Bramberg – exit "West"
Drivers on the A1 (Westautobahn) motorway will need a motorway toll sticker.
- Approaching from the south (Italy, Slovenia)
Exit "St. Michael" or "Bischofshofen" – Zell am See – Mittersill – Bramberg – exit "West"
Drivers on the A10 (Tauernautobahn) will need a motorway toll sticker.
- Approaching from Lienz
Felbertauernstraße (toll road) – Mittersill – Bramberg – exit "West"
DAS Wildkogel offers underground parking for € 5,- per space and day.
Please bear in mind that in Austria you will need a motorway toll sticker ("Vignette") on all motorways and dual carriageways. These can be puchased for a period of 10 days, 2 months or 1 year. They are available at more than 6,000 locations in Austria and abroad, as well as on the internet.
International express trains stop at the railway station in Zell am See. From there, take the regional train to Bramberg or take the bus to the stop "Wenns im Pinzgau".
Tip! In summer the connection from Zell am See to Bramberg (38km) is included in your National Park Summercard. We offer a free shuttle service from the railway station in Bramberg or the bus stop "Wenns im Pinzgau".
From the railway station in Zell am See you can take the picturesque Pinzgauer Lokalbahn railway or the bus to the village of Bramberg.
The closest airports:
- Salzburg (W. A. Mozart)
- Munich (Franz-Josef-Strauß)
We will be happy to organise a transfer from the airport (extra fee applies).
Highlights in Bramberg
With its Alpine chalet style, the DAS Wildkogel Resort is very much a "village within a village" – nestling in the heart of the Hohe Tauern Mountains and the Kitzbühel Alps. The centre of Bramberg is located at 819 metres above sea level, at the foot of the 2,224m Wildkogel mountain and near the banks of the Salzach river.
- Central location with excellent infrastructure
- Cafés, sports shops, food shops, souvenir shops, après ski
- Restaurants for all tastes and budgets
Activities in the region
- Resort next to the Smaragdbahn cable car up onto the Wildkogel mountain (ski-in / ski-out)
- Three ski resorts less than 10 minutes away
- Illuminated cross-country skiing trails
- Mountainbike & hiking paradise
- 14km floodlit toboggan run
- Activities organised by the local tourism board