Persistent rain, which will weaken gradually in the afternoon.
Light rain in the early morning, but most of the day will be dry.
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valley (slope) 0 cm
mountain 50 cm
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road
Approx. 50 million people have visited the Grossglockner High Alpine Road since 1935 and had an incomparable experience.
The most famous alpine road is at the end of the Hohe Tauern National Park on the highest mountain and the largest glacier in Austria. the Grossglockner (3,798 m) and the Pasterze( a glacier).
Along the way, you can experience what would be similar to a 4000-mile journey to the Arctic. You pass through on the rise from 1500 m to the Kaiser-Franz-Josef Hoehe all the vegetation zones from cornfields to the eternal ice.
The Grossglockner High Alpine Road has maintained its leading position in being second only to the Schönbrunn Palace in terms of the number of visitors, almost 900,000 visitors in 2004, a clear indication to the attractiveness of the region and the uniqueness of the buildings.
|Vehicle Category||Private Car||Motorcycle|
|Day ticket||EUR 35.50||EUR 25.50|
|30-day ticket||EUR 55.00||EUR 44.00|
|Tour ticket||EUR 42.00||EUR 32.00|
Kassenstelle Ferleiten | Taxenbacher Fusch 96
5672 Fusch an der Grossglocknerstrasse
tel..: +43 6546 650
01. june - 31. august 2017
05.00 a.m. - 09.30 p.m.
from 01. September - Ende october 2017
06.00 a.m. - 07.30 p.m.
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