The struts are in place, the rope has been split, and the mountain and the valley stations are about to be completed. As usual and nevertheless brand new, they will regularly leave the top modern and gently embedded valley station - the 14 red and 14 yellow gondolas of the Zwölferhorn cable car. More glass, more space, but in a familiar colors.
The new valley station is also home of the Zwölfer Shop, which allows guests to take a piece of the Zwölferhorn with them at home. A self-service establishment of the Sparkasse completes the service concept of the new valley station and will probably save the one or another hut visit on the mountain in the future.
Relax and enjoy in the new mountain restaurant "Das Zwölfer" with Harald Sigl, who will be serving refreshing drinks, coffee and fresh, simple dishes in his panorama restaurant at the same time as the cablecar is being opened. Thanks to the covered terrace, there are no limits to enjoyment even in winter.
On operating days from 09:00 to 16:00. Closed from 2nd Nov. till the beginning of the Advent season.
568 mAccessibility / arrival
Coming from Vienna:
Take the A1 motorway towards Linz/Salzburg - leave the motorway at the Mondsee exit (265) – follow the B road to St. Gilgen
Coming from Munich:
Take the A8/E52 motorway to Salzburg - bypass Salzburg A1 towards Vienna – take the exit (274) at Thalgau towards Hof bei Salzburg – at the roundabout take the 158 road to Hof, Fuschl and St. Gilgen
Coming from Vienna or Germany:
by train to Salzburg (Hauptbahnhof)
In the square outside the station take bus number 150 to St. Gilgen (Busbahnhof)
Coming from Salzburg airport:
Take bus number 2 to the Salzburg train station (Hauptbahnhof) – from there take bus number 150 to St. Gilgen (Busbahnhof)
Either directly at park deck of the valley station or Parking Helenenstraße (also for coaches)
Parking Helenenstraße € 4,50 per day.
Please see the price lists at box office.
Please get in touch for more information.
Legal contact informationZwölferhorn-Seilbahn Ges.m.b.H.