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Grossglockner

| Salzburg/Kärnten/Tirol, Austria
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Private Tour: Grossglockner Glacier Tour from Salzburg
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Austria's highest mountain and centrepiece of the High Tauern National Park You can approach the Grossglockner in many different ways: it is the highest mountain of the Alpine Republic, one of the most striking elevations in the Eastern Alps and the summit of passion for many a mountaineer. The mountain is also home to people, numerous animals and rare plants. The Glockner is cloaked in secrecy, is the stuff of legend and has great attractive power. It is an obstacle on the path from north to south, yet a place where it has been overcome through the millennia. Join us and get to know his majesty, the Grossglockner, in his numerous aspects!
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Reviewed October 19, 2012

Grossglockner was at the top of our list of places to visit in Austria. Grossglockner Mt. is one of the highest peaks in Austria and the Grossglockner Alpine Road is one of the best scenic road drive in Europe, it runs through the Hohe Tauern...More

7  Thank JenLen11
Reviewed October 18, 2012

Super place!!! At first we were a bit affaid to drive our car in such a high mountains as we lived in flatlands and were not used to ride a car in the alps. But everything was OK, It wasn't difficult for us. We spent...More

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Reviewed October 10, 2012

Absolutely stunning and a highlight of our trip. In my opinion it is better to go when the weather is sunny and bright; blue skies and mountains look even more beautiful. The toll was 29 euro (we bought the ticket at our hotel in Fusch)....More

5  Thank Nina C
Reviewed August 30, 2012

The Glssglockner Alpine Road is absolutely magnificent but only for confident drivers who know how to handle sharp inclines and declines. At the entrance the road, you need pay a toll fee of 32 Euros or 29 Euros if you have a Salzburgerland car. You...More

7  Thank Jeanette G
Reviewed August 28, 2012

Myself and husband were staying at St Johann and paid to go by coach to this amazing attraction. The tour guide told us that he travels to the glacier about 20 times in a season and has about 5 days like the day we travelled...More

4  Thank luvtotravelredcar
Reviewed August 25, 2012

The Grossglockner is the best driving/riding experience of your life, if there's a downside, and it's not really a downside, you want to stop every 100m as the view just gets more and more spectacular. It's €32 for bikes and €22 for cars

4  Thank Steve H
Reviewed August 14, 2012

A truly amazing sight greets you the end of the Grossglocknerstasse run: Austria's highest peak towering above it's finest glacier. Whether you wish to view it from the plentiful decking or walk/take the train to the glacier shelf, this is a fabulous location.

2  Thank MSH-Sussex
Reviewed August 14, 2012

Travelling with the entire family (wife and 3 kids) we decided to spend a day on the Grossglockner alpine road. We were originally slightly concerned that an extensive driving experience could be too much for our little kids. We were wrong. They were transfixed by...More

2  Thank dr63
Reviewed August 9, 2012

fully worth to take the daily card (32 euros) and make sure to catch all observation points. great landscape and definitely fantastic opportunity for those loving photography

1  Thank lordsithcz
Reviewed August 6, 2012

We did this in our own car, rather than as a coach tour. I think this makes a big difference because we were able to stop in several of the small parking areas to admire the views and take photos or to stop for a...More

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