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How to get here

How do you get to the Gesäuse National Park?

Anyone visiting the Gesäuse National Park should take plenty of time... time to look, marvel and observe and time to let nature work its magic on you. The best way to do this is by travelling on foot, by bike or by public transport. With ÖBB you can get to the National Park in a sustainable, relaxed and safe way!

 

We are of course aware that the most convenient and fastest means of transport of our time is still your own car. However, we ask you to first check the possibilities of public transport and soft mobility and to leave your own car behind as often as possible...

Travel by train!

The Crown Prince Rudolf railway has been running through the Gesäuse for around 150 years. This makes the Gesäuse National Park the only national park in Austria through which a direct railway line runs!

We are very pleased that we have entered into a co-operation with the Austrian Federal Railways to promote each other's services and to continuously improve connections.

 

Unser Tipp und gleichzeitig unsere Bitte: Reisen Sie mit der ÖBB an!

 

Book your Einfach-Raus ticket from EUR 36 for 2 people and get off directly in the national park and set off on your hike.

One-way ticket
Gstatterboden railway station

ÖBB

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From Vienna, there are two daily services to the Gesäuse at weekends and on public holidays, with an express train on Fridays and a return connection on Sundays. At weekends, there is a more frequent regional service in the region with two direct connections from Attnang-Puchheim.

From Graz you can easily get to Liezen and from there you can take the bus to Admont every hour or so.

For trains that do not run directly through the National Park, the nearest railway stations are Ardning, Kleinreifling, Weißenbach/Enns, Selzthal or Liezen. Public buses also run at regular intervals between the railway stations, taking you safely and quickly to the Gesäuse.
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Public bus

BY BUS

Traffic information Styria

Bus routes 910 and 912 connect the towns of Altenmarkt, St. Gallen, Admont and Liezen via Buchau and through the Gesäuse.

Buses run almost every hour between Admont and Liezen.

www.busbahnbim.at

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Gesäuse shared taxi

Let you collect

Arrived in the Gesaeuse - the Gesaeuse shared taxi makes you mobile in the Gesaeuse National Park! One call to +43 3613 21 000 99 is all it takes and within the operating hours (May, June, October Fr-Sun and public holidays 8am-8pm; July, August, September 08:00am-8pm daily; last ride order 7pm each day) you can get to any destination in the Gesäuse National Park from May to October, without any timetable or stops!

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by bike

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The most athletic, environmentally friendly and traditional way to visit the Gesäuse National Park!
Ennsradweg (R7): The 4th stage of the Enns Cycle Path takes guests through the Gesäuse National Park and on to the Steirische Eisenwurzen Nature and Geopark. Mountain bikes and e-bikes can be rented at Sport Shop Pörl in Admont.

Car park

By car

Car parks

If you have decided to visit the National Park by car, you can still choose to have a relaxed, car-free vacation on site! From the Forstgarten campsite in Gstatterboden you can reach four alpine huts without a car! In general, the Gesäuse Sammeltaxi takes you to all destinations in the National Park and public buses run regularly! Camping is only allowed at the Forstgarten campsite, contact: +43 664 82 52 323. If the campsite is fully booked, you can use the caravan site at the Hartelsgraben parking lot .
There is a charge for parking in the Gesäuse National Park. Further information here.

for your orientation


This map from our partner CARTO.AT can be bought in the information office Admont and in the National Park Pavilion Gstatterboden as a print!