Many paths, one goal
Arrival by public transport
The Rhaetian Railway takes you to Zernez, where the PostBus takes over. Nearly all trains go to Mals and thus also to the Münstertal valley in South Tyrol. In Mals there is a connection to the Vinschgerbahn to Meran or to the bus to Reschenpass and Landeck. The latter, in turn, is well connected to Innsbruck, which is convenient for guests from Austria and southern Germany. On the Zernez-Mals line, the PostBus runs every hour between the beginning of May and the end of October. In winter, you have to make do with a service every two hours during the day.
Arrival by car
By car, the routes are the same as by public transport. From Landquart you get to Sagliains via Klosters and with the car transport through the Vereina tunnel. From there you continue via Zernez and Ofenpass to Val Müstair. On the other side, you can travel via Landeck and Reschenpass as well as via Meran. Finally, drivers have a third travel option in summer: over the Stelvio and Umbrail passes. This route is long and time-consuming, but uniquely beautiful. In winter, both passes are closed.
Arrival from Germany
- Basel - Zurich - Landquart - Klosters - Vereina (car transport) - Sagliains - Zernez - Val Müstair: 298 km
- Munich - Innsbruck - Landeck - Pfunds - Nauders - Mals - Val Müstair: 243 km
Arrival from Austria
- Vienna - Salzburg - Innsbruck - Landeck - Pfunds - Nauders - Mals - Val Müstair: 629 km
- Innsbruck - Landeck - Pfunds - Nauders - Mals - Val Müstair: 156 km
Arrival from Italy
- Tirano - Bormio - Umbrail Pass (possible from the end of May at the earliest until the end of November at the latest) - Val Müstair: 70 km
- Trento - Bolzano - Merano - Malles - Val Müstair: 152 km
Arrival from France
- Paris - Basel - Zurich - Landquart - Klosters - Vereina (car transport) - Sagliains - Zernez - Val Müstair: 816 km
- Over the Engadinstrasse: via Vereina (car transport) or the Flüela Pass (1 May at the earliest until 6 January at the latest).