Our greatest treasure is nature. In order to protect this valuable asset in the best possible way, mobility is a key element of sustainability. Travelling to the Region Seefeld and Lake Achensee is quick and easy, as both regions offer excellent public transport connections.

No matter which side of the Karwendel you want to spend the night on, the Karwendelmarsch transfer shuttles will get you to the start on time and back to your accommodation in the evening. So you can lean back and fully focus on the march.


Below you will find all the information about travelling to both regions and mobility on site


The journey to the Region Seefeld is short and fast, so you simply get more out of your vacation: More relaxation, more mountains and more time for what is really important. Whether by train, bus, plane or your own car: the sunny high plateau presents itself in the best location and with the world’s highest (year-round) ICE train station you travel really relaxed to Seefeld. As soon as you arrive, you can also use the region’s train and bus network free of charge with the guest card. 365 days a year, four bus lines and/or the train run to all regional towns and as far as Telfs. In summer and winter there are two more lines to Wildmoos and Gaistal, as well as seasonal ski buses.

Arrival in the region Seefeld


Achensee - Tirols Sport & Vital PArk

Stress-free and uncomplicated – regardless of whether you are travelling by train, bus, car or plane. We have put together all the information you need for travelling to Lake Achensee. Because your holiday starts right now. Whether you’re travelling by public transport, bike, on foot or by (electric) car – the route planner makes it easy to plan your journey to Lake Achensee. Travelling by train: Jenbach is a central transport hub in Tyrol and is just 25 minutes by bus from Lake Achensee. The “Railjet” from Vienna, for example, stops here up to eight times a day. There is at least one connection per hour between the Bavarian capital of Munich and Jenbach railway station. From there, the journey continues comfortably and almost seamlessly.

Getting to the Achensee Region
Getting to your accommodation
Mobility in the Achensee Region


On the day of the event, there are a number of transfer options available from Pertisau to the start in Scharnitz in the morning and back to the Region Seefeld from Eng or Pertisau after the march. Both in the morning and after the hike, various stations in the Inntal valley and on the Seefeld plateau are served on the route from Achensee to Scharnitz.

Please note that the transfer is only possible with a valid ticket. This must be purchased in advance – there is no ticket sale on site! There will be no refund if the ticket is not used.

All information about the transfers, stops, timetables, costs and registration can be found here.

Clothes Transport PERTISAU

The transport of clothes from Scharnitz to Pertisau is free of charge! At the start in Scharnitz on Saturday, all participants have the opportunity to hand in clothes, shoes, etc. in a lockable rucksack or bag. These will be taken to Pertisau and can be collected again there. The organiser accepts no liability! For organisational reasons, luggage transfer to the Eng is not possible.


Travelling by car is also possible: free parking spaces are available for participants in Pertisau and Scharnitz. In Scharnitz, free shuttle buses run from the car parks to the start area before the start. You can find the car parks in Scharnitz here.