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Bus- and Shuttleservice

Public bus transport in Pitztal

With the Leisure Pass you can travel inexpensively by bus right across the Pitztal, including to Imst train station or Imst post office square

VVT - local public transport. With immediate effect there is no ski bus for locals and guests in Pitztal and the district of Imst. The regular service will continue and therefore the timetable below is valid with immediate effect. This measure is based on an ordinance issued by BH Imst on 14.03.2020 at 18.15 hours.

The Pitztal Sommer Card or the Leisure Pass (available from your accommodation provider for only €5.00 per stay) offers limitless use of the shuttle bus service throughout the entire Pitztal valley in summer – including day trips to Imst (train station or post office square). Also this winter you need a valid ski pass or a valid leisure pass for the use of the Pitz-Regio-bus. Where it doen’t matter, for what purpose you use the bus - cross country skiing, winter hiking, skiing or shopping - from Mittelberg to Imst (main station, Postplatz) and back. This regulation also includes the pages of Wald - Leins and Piller. No ski pass ticket is valid for journeys to work  (in this chase the bus must be paid according to the VVT costs).

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Group bookings

Please note that prior booking is required if your group is any bigger than 15 people:

  • For a ski shuttle bus to Pitztal Glacier contact Hannes Auderer (Auderer Reisen) +43 (0) 650 6670320
  • For a ski shuttle bus to Hochzeiger ski resort contact Postbus +43 (0) 5442 64422-12 (Imst: Monday to Friday between 8 am and 4.30 pm) or +43 (0) 5442 64422-14 (Landeck: Monday to Sunday between 8 am to 6 pm) or by e-mail to

This booking is required for all bus lines and connections to Hochzeiger hiking resort, the mountain railways, Pitztal Glacier Express and the Nature Park Centre at Gachenblick.

Transporting dogs

According to §38 of the transport law it is permitted to transport dogs with a bite proof muzzle if they can be accommodated without inconveniencing or interfering with other passengers. They have to either be carried or kept on a leash. The passenger is to supervise his pet and the pets are not permitted to sit on passenger seats.

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The bus ride in the Pitztal is promoted by the climate and energy fund
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