Local Mobility
Getting from place to place in a comfortable & sustainable way
Family gets on bus, village | © Wisthaler Harald
Mobilität im Antholzertal

Thanks to the good connections with public transport, even your car can enjoy a few well-deserved days of holiday. While you can explore our Blue Valley and its surroundings by bus & train in summer, a ski bus and ski train are also available in winter so that you can reach the nearby Kronplatz skiing area in all comfort and without any stress. If you possess the Guest Pass Antholzertal, you can even travel for free on all public transport!

Travelling by bus & train

The villages of the Antholz valley are connected by bus line 431 to the public bus network. While the route linking the towns of Niederrasen and Oberrasen is run every 30 minutes, the bus line covers the route Lake Antholz – Olang every hour offering a regular connection to the nearest train station in Olang. From there you can either take the train in the direction of Innichen or Franzensfeste, or the city bus to the valley station of the Gassl cable car in order to reach the Kronplatz.

All bus & train connections Timetable bus line 431
Bike tour, train | © Alex Filz
Bicycle transport in public transport

In summer, South Tyrol can be explored "car-free" by bus and train: Here you can find out how it works. Especially if you take your bike on board, there are a few things to keep in mind.

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Travelling with a pet in public transport

To make traveling on public transportation fun for you and your dog, there are a few rules to follow.

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