This page will tell you all you need to know about airport transfers to Fusch, an Austrian Ski Resort at 1,188 metres (3,898 ft). Bad Fusch, a high-altitude resort which was known during the 18th and 19th century under the name of St. Wolfgang, (but in ruins today!) is used only as a leisure destination. The ski slope has a length of 6.94 km
And the best season for skiing here is from mid-december till the end of March
The ski resort at Kaprun has altitudes ranging from 770 m – 835m. We have also taken a look at alternative transport methods to and from the resort. Public transport options, if available, are given towards the end of the page.
The German name "Fusch" probably comes from "fusca" (the Dark (Ache), it has been already mentioned during a forest gift to Archbishop Odalbert in the year 923. Until 1560 Fusch was the seat of the Archbishop urbary provost. The Fuscher valley, the municipality is located north of the main Alpine ridge between the valley of Rauris and the Kaprun valley and flows into the Salzach Valley.Through the Fusch valley and situated in the valley, at Ferleiten (also belongs to Fusch), the Grossglockner High Alpine Road leads as a well-known scenic road and popular. The Fuscher Valley forms the northern end of the old pass route over the Alps, which was already used in Celtic times as a mule track. Near the Hochtor Celtic and Roman coins have been found, as well as the highest European sanctuary with a small statue of HerculesThis municipality has only 680 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2014). From the main Alpine ridge, the Fuscher Ache makes its way starting from the uppermost portion of the Fuscher valley - the Käfertal - by Ferleiten and the district Fusch, until she finally opens in Bruck in the Salzach.
The best way to reach the resort is from Salzburg airport which is just one hour’s drive away, in good driving conditions, so you can be on the piste quicklyThe following airports also link this Austrian resort and all of them provide airport transfers to the ski resort.
There are buses which ply to the resort from all the airports listed above. However, if you are looking at using public transport be aware that there will be necessary changes. Trains ply from Salzburg airport Mon-Sat, 5 times a day and take around 4 hours to reach the resort.
While many people do use the public transport listed above they can sometimes be time consuming like some train journeys from airports not listed above may take up a long time to reach the resort. You are much better off booking an airport transfer from the airport where you land. You will benefit from a shorter journey time and a direct route. You also get the added bonus of travelling in comfort, and of a guaranteed journey that is pre-booked. Airport transfers are also the most cost-effective method of getting to this beautiful ski resort.