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Access St. Jakob im Defereggental – Brunnalm/Parking St. Jakob im Defereggental – Brunnalm

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Access, Parking St. Jakob im Defereggental – Brunnalm

Those coming from the north can get to the Defereggental over Mittersill via the Felbertauer Tunnel. From the south, you travel over Lienz. The Defereggental, comprised of the 3 villages of St. Jakob, St. Veit and Hopfgarten, is surrounded by many mountains over 3000 m and rises from 1100 m to 1500 m elevation. In the winter, it is not possible to continue past the end of the valley. In the summer, you can drive over the Staller Sattel (2055 m) to Italy. The parking lot (free of charge) is located directly at the gondola lift.


Access via A10 Tauernautobahn, Ausfahrt Lendorf (Knoten Spittal)

Brunnalmbahn (St. Jakob in Defereggen)
Ideal entry for day visitors

  • Distance: 103 km
  • approx. 87 Minutes driving time

Roads: Main street, Mountain road, well-developed, with significant incline
Parking spaces: usually enough available, tarmac car park, free of charge


Access via A12 Inntal Autobahn, Exit Kufstein Sued (South)

Brunnalmbahn (St. Jakob in Defereggen)
Ideal entry for day visitors

  • Distance: 124 km
  • approx. 119 Minutes driving time

Roads: Main street, Mountain road, well-developed, with significant incline
Parking spaces: usually enough available, tarmac car park, free of charge


Access via A10 Tauern Autobahn, Exit Intersection Pongau

Brunnalmbahn (St. Jakob in Defereggen)
Ideal entry for day visitors

  • Distance: 136 km
  • approx. 125 Minutes driving time

Roads: Main street, Mountain road, with significant incline
Parking spaces: usually enough available, tarmac car park, free of charge


Access via Brenner Autobahn, Exit Brixen/Bressanone-Pustertal

Brunnalmbahn (St. Jakob in Defereggen)
Ideal entry for day visitors

  • Distance: 140 km
  • approx. 123 Minutes driving time

Roads: Main street, Mountain road, well-developed, with significant incline
Parking spaces: usually enough available, tarmac car park, free of charge


Winter Closure

The Staller Sattel is closed in the winter


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