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Just over an hour’s drive from Salzburg, the trip along this 48-kilometre-long marvel of engineering offers visitors and travellers a memorable day or overnight excursion.
Named after Austria's highest peak, the Grossglockner, this pathway has been an important, yet notoriously challenging trade route. The 48 km road offers travellers with 36 hairpin turns that lead to a spectacular view of the 3,798 m (12,460 ft) Glossglockner Mountain peak and the neighboring Pasterze Glacier
This was the first graded road through the Alps and was built out of desperation in a climate of widespread unemployment at the end of the First World War.
You need to pay 34 euro per car toll to entered into this road but this will surely enrich your travelling Austria, you are entering the breathtaking views offered by this road,