Each stage on the Salzburger Almenweg has it's own starting and ending point, which allows you to start and end the trek when and where you want to. The starting points of the 31 Salzburger Almenweg stages can be easily reached in many ways, by car, train, or plane.
There are flight connections from many European cities directly to Salzburg. More than 25 airlines connect Berlin, Frankfurt, Cologne, Dublin, Amsterdam, London, Istanbul, and many other European cities directly to W.A. Mozart Airport in Salzburg. From the Airport, you can continue your journey by cab, public transport, or rental car to the starting point of your Salzburger Almenweg.
If you live close to Salzburgerland or you enjoy road trips, you can easily access the stages' starting points by car. For example, if you come from the north (Munich/Salzburg) to Werfen (starting point stage 31), you should take the A8 and A10. Coming from the east (Liezen) to Radstadt, you can reach the starting point of stage 27 via the B320. From the south (Villach) to Flachau, the A10 will take you to stage 21. The wide net of roads makes it very easy to move around Salzburgerland, from one stage to the next, without any stress.
Traveling by train is always a good idea in Austria. The wide and well-designed network of railroads allows you to travel in a relaxed and easy manner while enjoying the mountain views. Within the country, the Austrian Federal Railways take you comfortably to the starting points of the Salzburger Almenweg's stages. At the ÖBB website, you can easily find the trains' timetables and the best combination to get to your next adventure!
At the end of your trek, you will find several buses, shuttles, and hiker's taxis that will take you to your next destination. The region welcomes thousands of hikers every summer and has a good infrastructure when it comes to connecting each stage to the next.