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Exhibition Sepp Forcher | ©

Opening of the exhibitions "Sepp Forcher - Between Words and Peaks" and "Faces of the Grossglockner" as well as the unique "Grossglockner Cinema"

Article from 04.07.2024

Visitors to the visitor centre on the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe can now look forward to three very special new features: the exhibitions "Sepp Forcher - Between Words and Peaks" and "Chronology of Memories - Faces of the Großglockner" as well as the new Großglockner Cinema with a focus on Sepp Forcher and the Großglockner were officially opened today in the presence of numerous guests of honour.

Ascent Edelweiss-Spitze, view towards Mittertoerl | © Stabentheiner

Traffic jam-free over the Grossglockner - arrival becomes the first day of your holiday

Article from 02.05.2024

The Grossglockner High Alpine Road would like to make travellers an offer to use the Grossglockner High Alpine Road as an exciting alternative route with a special price during the A10 tunnel renovation (one lane only).
This route applies …
… only the day you are due to arrive and depart
… only when your accommodation booking is confirmed in neighbouring regions in Carinthia, East Tyrol and Salzburg
… not in July and August (details below), only during periods when the A10 tunnel is being upgraded and is down to single lane traffic.

Karl Prantl open-air exhibition | ©

Culture meets nature: Exhibition opening "100 years of Karl Prantl"

Article from 01.05.2024

Karl Prantl, internationally renowned sculptor from Austria, would have celebrated his 100th birthday this year. To mark this special anniversary, Großglockner Hochalpenstraßen AG (GROHAG), in collaboration with Ferdinand Rudolf Porsche and Galerie Frey, is exhibiting two of his monumental stone sculptures made of serpentine Tauern green against the equally imposing backdrop of rock and mountain along the Grossglockner High Alpine Road in the Hohe Tauern National Park. A festival of high culture meets a festival of nature in the high mountains!