Mount Grossglockner
Austria, Kals am Großglockner

Mount Grossglockner (Black Mountain) - the highest peak in Austria (3,798 meters), located on the border of Carinthia and East Tyrol, in the Hohe Tauern National Park. On the edge of the peak is Austria's largest glacier - Pasterze, whose area is 180 square kilometers. The incredibly beautiful nature of the area - peaks covered with eternal snows sparkling in the sun, green alpine pastures, alpine meadows and inaccessible cliffs of green slate attract thousands of tourists from all over the world to Mount Grossglockner. In addition to playing sports (climbing, mountain biking, trekking, rock climbing), Grossglockner mount offers visitors a magnificent tourist attraction - the Grossglockner high-mountain alpine road. The route is 48 kilometers long, its highest point (the peak of Emperor Franz Joseph) is located at an altitude of 2369 meters, and the mountain serpentine has 36 sharp turns. There is a large tourist center and panoramic hiking trails directly to the spurs of the glacier. Extreme lovers come to drive on the highway - motorists and motorcyclists.

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