Views of the Nebelhorn© Oberstdorf Tourismus
Nearest airports: Memmingen (77 km); Friedrichshafen (96 km); Munich (196 km); Stuttgart (210 km)
On rail network: YES
Nestled close to the Austrian border, Oberstdorf is Germany’s southernmost community and Bavaria’s second largest outside Munich.
Three quarters of Oberstdorf lies in a conservation area. The Oberstdorf-Kleinwalsertal skiing area straddles both Germany and Austria and offers 128km of runs to appeal to all levels, including Germany’s longest slope, which descends 7.5km down to the Nebelhorn valley.
Getting to resort
Airport shuttle services operate from Memmingen and Friedrichshafen airports to Oberstdorf. Alternatively passengers can take the bus from Memmingen airport to Memmingen railway station from where trains depart to Oberstdorf (journey time approx.1h 20mins).
airpport, take the S-Bahn into Hauptbahnhof (45 mins) then connect to the direct train to Oberstdorf.
The Deutsche Bahn railway offers continuous connections to Oberstdorf by InterCity and InterRegion trains from many towns in Germany. Click here for information on connections
For all guests arriving from Germany, Tourism Oberstdorf can offer a special family ticket ‘Oberstdorfer Bahnticket’ allowing children up to the age of 14 to travel for free. For UK guests flying to Memmingen it is cheaper to buy a ‘Bayernticket’. This can easily be bought at the train station. For more information contact the Oberstdorf Tourist Office