Information on how to get to Saalbach Hinterglemm
The 4-star hotel Das Zwölferhaus is situated in a top location in Hinterglemm. In winter, it is at the heart of the ski circus Saalbach Hinterglemm Leogang Fieberbrunn, right next to the slopes and the valley station of the 12er KOGEL gondola lift.
In summer, the mountain bike and hiking destination of Saalbach Hinterglemm also offers a vast range of outdoor activities. Thanks to the 12er KOGEL gondola lift located right outside our front door, you and your hiking backpack will be in the mountains in no time at all.
Use our journey planner to visualise your trip by car, public transport, aeroplane, bicycle or on foot!
Travelling by car
Coming from the east
Westautobahn A1 towards Salzburg – exit Wals-Lofer – continue to Steinpass border crossing via Bad Reichenhall – continue via Lofer towards Zell am See – Maishofen – Saalbach – Hinterglemm
Westautobahn A1 towards Salzburg – at the Knoten Salzburg, change to Tauernautobahn A10 towards Villach – at the Knoten Bischofshofen, continue along the Pinzgauer Landesstraße towards Zell am See – Maishofen – Saalbach – Hinterglemm
Coming from Germany (no Austrian toll road sticker required)
Autobahn A8 towards Salzburg – exit Siegsdorf – continue towards Lofer – Saalfelden – Zell am See – Maishofen – Saalbach – Hinterglem
Coming from the south
Tauernautobahn A10 towards Salzburg – Knoten Bischofshofen – Pinzgauer Bundesstraße B311 towards Zell am See – Maishofen – Saalbach – Hinterglemm
Tauernautobahn A10 towards Salzburg – take the next exit after Spittal for car terminal Mallnitz-Böckstein – continue on Pinzgauer Bundesstraße B311 – Zell am See – Maishofen – Saalbach – Hinterglemm
How to find us in Hinterglemm
Follow the Glemmtaler Landesstraße and drive through the tunnel. Shortly after, you will have to turn left to Zwölferkogelweg. You will see the hotel just a few metres away, right next to the valley station of the 12er-Kogel gondola lift.
Free parking is available at the hotel.
Please note that your car must display a toll road sticker ("Vignette") if driving on Austrian motorways.