The Austrian ski resort of Galtür is a part of the Silvretta ski area, a small village hosting families and kids with Tyrolean hospitality. You would relatively rarely meet companies of noisy youngsters here. The ski resort itself is above 1500 metres, so skiing or boarding back to the resort is usually possible. With skiing above 2000 metres, snow cover is generally very reliable. You can easily access any ski lift stations you need as free of charge buses bring you round the area. One of Galtür advantages is its closeness to Ischgl ski area, which offers skiers and non-skiers both great skiing and après-skiing experience.
Galtür has direct access to 40 km of downhill skiing, with 10 individual pistes, served by 10 ski lifts. In addition to the skiing in Galtür itself (40 km of pisted ski runs), the appropriate ski Lift Pass allows you to ski in the other Silvretta ski resort of Ischgl. Galtür offers slopes of various difficulty levels: blue, red and black ones for advanced skiers. Fans of cross-country skiing can choose their own routes and enjoy gorgeous landscape views and fresh air of the Austrian Alps.
The nearest airports to Galtür are in Bolzano (104 km), Innsbruck (110 km), Friedrichshafen (141 km), Memmingen (114 km), St.Gallen-Altenrhein (75 km), Zurich (210 km) and Munich (313 km).
Booking transfer in advance is a reasonable and cost-effective initiative. You will be delivered to your ski resort with comfort and confidentiality. Professional drivers, who know the region and traffic peculiarities, will drive safely on winter snowy roads. This transfer timing shows estimated time en route thus may vary due to weather and traffic conditions.
By train: Go to Landeck-Zams station, and then take a bus N# 4040 that leaves right from the train station or a taxi. The trip on a bus will take around one hour. By car: From Germany: motorway A8, exit to motorway A93, that take a turn to Austrian Inntalautobahn A12, pass Kufstein, Innsbruck and Landeck, take the road S16 (continuation of A12) till the exit to Pians follow B188 till Galtür. From Italy: go to the north on the motorway A22 through the pass Brenerpass to Austrian motorway A13, at Innsbruck take the exit A12 in the direction to Bregenz, then continue to Pians on B188 till Galtür.