Accelerate, slow down, lean into the turn - we go on a trip over the Grossglockner High-Alpine-Road with speed. Over months the road has been covered underneath thick layers of snow. In spring it will be declared open for the summer, now it is time for the motorcyclists.

Between the villages Fusch a.d. Glocknerstraße and Heiligenblut

Lie more than 36 of the best twists and turns you could ever hope to experience. Your journey from Carinthia to Salzburg county leads you through a wondrous world of ingenious engineering, a breathtaking natural landscape and a fascinating history. Situated at the southern end of the Grossglockner High-Alpine Road is our Grossglockner/Heiligenblut Adventure Region – the perfect point at which to start or end your unforgettable tour over the Grossglockner. Are you revved up and ready to go?

Our motorcycle-service at the Trojerhof

We offer this to our biker friends

  • Overnight stay in the Trojerhof with nice extras and lots of service
  • Support with planning your trips by the senior boss personally
  • 3 garage spaces and - 4 covered parking spaces are available to our biker friends.
  • motorcycle wash area and drying room for wet motorcycle clothing
  • Service corner for small repairs on the motorcycle

Motorcycling know-how in-house

You have questions about motorcycling in our region and you want to know, where you can find the best routes and tracks? Ask our senior boss. He is a passionate motorcyclist and every year he looks forward to the opening of the Großglockner High-Alpine-Road, as you do. He offers the best hints and details about the motorcycling region and is more than happy to help you planning your next motorcycle trip.

The highlights of the track

  • Bikers Points - meeting- and infopoint for motorcyclist
  • specific biker parking spaces and bike safes
  • Maximum safety on the road surface and crash barriers
  • Convenient purchase of day tickets at the tourist office Heiligenblut
  • Parking lots, exhibitions, playgrounds, etc. included in the day ticket
  • 36 curves and bends along the Grossglockner High Alpine Roads
  • Fuscher Törl (2.428 m) - the best photospot along the way
  • Edelweißspitze (2.571 m) - highest point along the road
  • Hochtor (2.504 m) - Land border between Carinthia and Salzburg
  • Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Höhe (2.369 m) - in the face of the Grossglockner