The High Alpine Road
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road
One of Austria’s top 3 destinations amidst the Alps
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road at the heart of High Tauern National ParkThe mountain pass road with a total of 48 km and 36 turns leads deep into the centre of Austria’s largest national park with an area of 1,800 km² that extends across the provinces of Salzburg, Tyrol and Carinthia. The highest point of the mountain road is the Edelweissspitze located at just above 2,500 m. Several 3,000 m peaks open up to the wandering gaze, but the largest of them all is the Grossglockner. The striking mountain towers above the entire region at 3,798 m, and is at the same time the highest summit of the Alpine Republic. Visitors from all over the world flock from the Grossglockner High Alpine Road to the centre of the national park every year. Pay a visit to his majesty, the Grossglockner, yourself!
Historic north-south connection: Grossglockner High Alpine Road
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