Please see below the timetable for organised bus transfers between Innsbruck and Obergurgl.
Delegates in the category student, academic and industry are offered the scheduled transfer below
only. If you are unable to catch any of the organised transfers, then you should arrange an alternative transfer. Please see the Alternative Transfer Options below.
Organisers and Speakers can also use the scheduled transfer. If you are unable to catch any of the organised transfers, then you should arrange an alternative transfer. Please see Alternative Transfer Options below.
Division Meeting attendees, not attending the school, may use the organised transfer buses if space permits. Alternatively, Division Meting attendees should organise transfers by themselves.
Organised transfer buses will display a
Graphene Flagship sign.
Organised Transfer Timetable
Innsbruck > Obergurgl||
Train Station / Airport|| || |
||Sunday 3 February||11:00 / 11:30|
||Sunday 3 February||12:30 / 13:00|
||Sunday 3 February||14:00 / 14:30|
||Sunday 3 February||15:30 / 16:00|
Obergurgl > Innsbruck||
Airport / Train Station|| || |
||Friday 8 February||11:00|
||Friday 8 February||13:00|
||Friday 8 February||16:00|
Please note: All transfers will be subject to suitable weather and traffic conditions, and all times stated above are approximate.
Alternative Transfer Options
If you are arriving on another date or you are a student,
cannot catch the organised transfers, please refer to the recommended shuttle services below.
*We advise you to book your shuttle service no later than 24 hours before departure*
Austria Taxi Tipotsch
Austria Taxi Tipotsch
A – 6430 Ötztal Bahnhof
Telephone: +43 5266 88 216
Mobile: +43 664 88 398 462
Mobile: +43 664 88 398 460
1-4 Persons - € 190.-
5-8 Persons - € 220.-
20 Seater bus - € 300.-
Payment can be made in
Ötztaler Shuttle Service
- Telephone: +43 5254 3550
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bookings for up to 8 people can be made directly via the homepage. These bookings can be paid by credit card.
The journey from Innsbruck Airport to Obergurgl University Center takes around 1.5-2 hours.
Travelling to Graphene Study, Obergurgl
By Train or Bus
To reach the Obergurgl University Center, take the train to the Ötztal railway station. There you can get a bus to Obergurgl.
For further information, please check the ÖBB website: http://fahrplan.oebb.at
The Innsbruck Airport is approximately 1.5 hours driving time away from Obergurgl.
By Car (don´t forget your snow chains!)
To reach the Obergurgl University Center, take the highway A12 from Innsbruck, direction Arlberg/Switzerland. Take the exit "Ötztal" and then follow the B186 towards "Kühtai" Ötztal. Drive along the B186, passing through Längenfeld, Sölden, Zwieselstein.
To reach the Obergurgl University Center, take the highway A12 to Innsbruck. Use exit "Ötztal" and then follow the B186 towards "Kühtai" Ötztal. Drive along the B186, passing through Längenfeld, Sölden, Zwieselstein.
Obergurgl University Center
All delegates of Graphene Study will stay in twin or triple bed rooms (Single rooms may be available upon request with an extra charge) at the Obergurgl University Center.
Its history goes back to 1951, when three former customs buildings were converted for use by the Obergurgl federal Sports Center and Innsbruck University's Alpine Research Center. That marked the beginning of a focus on sports and science with international participation. Famous mountain guides, ski instructors and researchers worked here and made many major contributions to sports and science in the Alps.
Obergurgl University Center website
Scenic Obergurgl, nestled within Tirol's winter paradise with an absolute snow guarantee, is also known as the "Diamond of the Alps". The stylish winter resort at the southern end of the valley has 24 mountain lifts and 110 kilometers of immaculate ski slopes – connected with the neighboring hamlet of Hochgurgl. Among the absolute must-sees during your ski vacation are: Top Mountain Star panorama bar at 3,080 meters above sea level and Hohe Mut vantage mountain overlooking the upper Ötztal Valley and its abundant snow fields.