in and around Uttendorf/Weissee
The Stubachtal Valley is described as one of the most beautiful Tauern Valleys. The name "Stubach" goes back to "stäubenden wasser" (sprinkling water). The Valley has 18 lakes, 25 glaciers, 25 Alpine pastures and a total length of 18 km. In 13 sharp turns you´ll drive from Uttendorf (804m) to the Enzingerboden (1,480m). When driving up to the Enzingerboden you´ll notice the many walls and rocks that were shaped by the glacier. The valley was filled with ice for many thousands of years. Along the road you´ll encounter numerous interesting cultural sights like the "Wiedrechtshausen" farm with a sundial dating back to the 18th century, numerous small waterfalls, wonderful panoramic views into the glacier region, a beautiful deciduous forest, the "Dorfer Öd" Nature Reserve and the mountain experience "Weißsee Glacier World".
17 km lenght/round trip 34 km - maximal altitude 1.480 m
The most famous alpine road leads you into the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park, to the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner (3,798m) and its glacier, the Pasterze. You will have a special kind of driving and nature experience on 48 kilometres of high alpine road with 36 bends, and an altitude ascent to 2,504 metres!
You pass through aunique world of mountains with blossoming alpine meadows, fragrant mountain forests, massive cliffs and eternal ice to the foot of the Grossglockner, the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe.
The Gerlos Alpine Road - a natural experience on the Gerlos Pass and at the Krimml Waterfalls. Enjoy the beauty of the landscape between Salzburg and Tyrol.
Winding roads, marvellous views, and moments of rich experience.
All of this is offered by the enchanting ride or drive over the Gerlos Alpine Pass: enjoy the marvellous landscape of the high moors (nature-conservation area) on the top of the pass. Admire the interesting display boards at the bridged slope and the grandiose view to the Krimml Waterfalls and into the Krimml Achen Valley.
At a maximum height of 1,630 metres, and a length of 12 kilometres, the Gerlos Alpine Road is a panorama road that offers riders and drivers enchanting views: at one point the Salzach Valley is seen, then again the Zill Valley Alps.