Finkenberg general information

Finkenberg general information


Despite its size, Finkenberg is relatively easy to get to. Nearby airports include Salzburg and Munich, which are well-served by international airlines, and the smaller airport of Innsbruck, which is 60km away from the resort. All have links to Finkenberg village by train, bus or taxi.

If you opt for the train, you’ll need to change at Jenbach station, where you can hop on a diesel train or the Zillertalbahn railway, which run directly to Mayrhofen.

Transport serves the bigger resort of Mayrhofen better, but from there it’s easy to reach Finkenberg by local bus or taxi. Mayrhfen is also linked to Finkenberg by lift, so it’s possible to stay here and utilise Finkenberg’s facilities, too.

Travelling by car to the village isn’t as easy, and unless you have experience driving in heavy snow with snow chains, it’s not recommended during the colder months. Opting for an airport transfer and travelling with a local driver is a much safer option.

Finkenberg is served by 62 cable cars and lifts, of which many have newly-fitted heated seats. Ski season runs from December to April and a lift pass in peak season is €40 per day or €193 for six days. Children’s passes are €18.50 for one day and €88 for six.