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Travel to Pitztal by car

Travel to Pitztal by car

Travel to Pitztal by car: includes all motoring travel information

From the north

  • From the direction of Munich (ca. 160 km)
  • Garmisch – Fernpass – Imst – Pitztal (toll free)
  • or: via Salzburg – Lofer – Wörgl – Imst – Pitztal (potential border checks should be expected)
  • From the direction of Stuttgart (ca. 280 km)
  • Kempten – Memmingen – Füssen – Reutte – Imst – Pitztal (toll free)

From the west

  • Arlberg – Inntal motorway A12 in the direction of Innsbruck – exit Imst – Pitztal

From the south

  • Brenner motorway – Innsbruck – Inntal motorway A12 in the direction of Bregenz – exit Imst – Pitztal

From the east

  • Felbertauern, St Johann, Wörgl, Inntal motorway A12 in the direction of Bregenz – exit Imst – Pitztal

Motorway Vignette (toll sticker)

Motorways in Austria are subject to toll. You may purchase the so called Vignette toll stickers at border crossings, petrol stations, post offices, tobacconist’s and your automobile association.

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Speed limits

Maximum speeds (if not indicated otherwise by road signs)

Cars and motorbikes:

  • In town: 50 km/h
  • On A-roads and highways: 100 km/h
  • On motorways: 130 km/h

Motorhomes up to 3,500 kg:

  • In town: 50 km/h
  • On A-roads and highways: 100 km/h
  • On motorways: 130 km/h

Buses:

  • In town: 50 km/h
  • On A-roads and highways: 80 km/h
  • On motorways: 100 km/h

Compulsory winter equipment for cars

Between 1st November and 15th April it is compulsory to carry winter equipment in cars. In wintry driving conditions, cars can only be driven if all four tyres are fitted with snow chains, at least two driving/traction wheels. Snow chains are only permitted if the roads are completely or nearly completely covered in snow and ice. For further information regarding winter equipment in Austria please contact the Austrian Automobile Club ÖAMTC 

Current traffic reports and traffic jam information

For current traffic reports and traffic jam information please see the traffic service of the Austrian Automobile club ÖAMTC or call 0800 600 601 (free of charge within Austria)

 View of the Mittagskogel in St.Leonhard im Pitztal
View of the Mittagskogel in St.Leonhard im Pitztal
 Arrival to Pitztal in bright sunshine
Arrival to Pitztal in bright sunshine
 Fantastic view in Pitztal at arrival by car
Fantastic view in Pitztal at arrival by car
When you arrive in Pitztal you will enjoy the fantastic panorama
When you arrive in Pitztal you will enjoy the fantastic panorama
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