From the Gräfenberg and Weißenohe train stations there are arrivals and departures at hourly intervals – more frequent Mondays to Fridays.
In addition there is a bus along your hiking route from May 1st until November 11th – on Saturdays, Sundays and on public holidays with the so-called “Trubachtal-Express” (line 229). All year round line 226 drives along the route.
!!! Please note: line 226 at some times of the day operates as a call-and-collect taxi service. Passengers have to announce their request in advance – at least up to one hour before the scheduled time or a day before. All information is provided when calling up such a connection on the VGN page.
Full information about schedules of trains and busses:
Train “Gräfenbergbahn R21”
Nürnberg-Nordost – Heroldsberg – Eschenau – Gräfenberg CALL UP
Bus line 226 – sometimes call-and-collect service on demand
Gößweinstein – Egloffstein – Thuisbrunn – Hohenschwärz – Gräfenberg CALL UP
Trubachtal-Express Bus line 229
Gräfenberg – Hohenschwärz – Thuisbrunn – Egloffstein – Gößweinstein CALL UP
For full English information about Fünf-Seidla-Steig in combination with getting there you can also call up the website of VGN
Please note, that at times of heavy traffic along the route e. g. “fathers` day” (Ascension Day), Easter or Whitsun there could be a shortage in the bus transportation system (“Trubachtal-Express”). Groups of more than 6 should definitely advise the transport operator in charge (Reisebüro Josef Klemm GmbH & Co. KG) of their plans/needs, such as number of people, bus stop for starting and scheduled time.
You will find parking spaces all along the route at different hike car parks. Here they are shown on a MAP. From the south (Nuremberg) or north (Bayreuth) you will travel by the federal road “Bundesstraße” B2.