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Help Needed for 8/20: Train from Salzburg to Garmisch

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We just completed a couple wonderful days in Salzburg (although the wind storm Friday night and seeing the trees down on Saturday and the height of the river with all the debris was something else).

We are scheduled to take the train from Salzburg to Garmisch tomorrow via Innsbruck. Out of curiosity, I happened to login to the DB Bahn website and just notcied that the trains from Innsbruck to Garmisch is not going to Mittwenwald/Garmisch for the next few weeks on Sundays.

I haven't received any notification from the railway (do they notify you if you holding a ticket that they aren't supporting/) and can't find any news as to why this is happening or when they announced this (I just bought the tickets a little over a week ago).

So, now the question is what to do? One option is forget going through Innsbruck and instead go through Munich but that defeats the fun of that itinerary. A second option is take the train as far as possible (Scharnitz) and then find a way to Garmisch.

any thoughts on the best approach? If I ask for help at the train station, will I get any?

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