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Großglockner Wheelchair Accessible Tours
The Grossglockner wheelchair accessible tours Alpine Road, was inaugurated in 1935 and declared a national monument in 2015.
It is a grandiose masterpiece of road engineering which still retains its original charm today.
With 36 hairpin bends it crosses the Alpine chain of the High Tauern, in the heart of the National Park of the same name.
Every year around 900,000 visitors from all over the world pass through its 48 kilometres.
Dominated by the highest mountain in Austria and a crowded crown of three thousand, it offers an exciting tour by car or motorbike and with its attractions, it also welcomes families, cycling and trekking lovers.
Numerous information points, exhibitions, museums and themed and scenic trails await you along the Großglockner Hochalpenstraße.
Depending on your interests you can choose your perfect place from the twelve adventure worlds.
The high mountains and the Großglockner, what was once reserved only for expert climbers, since the opening of the Großglockner Hochalpenstraße has become a place accessible to all that always arouses new fascination and enthusiasm.
A lot has changed since the opening of the Alpine Road.
The road has become wider, safer and more comfortable.
Grossglockner Private Accessible Tours
We are providing a safe and a full Carinthia accessible tours around previewed accessible itineraries. Disabled friendly accessible services includes professional guided tours.
Visit this rich and fascinating land with an exclusive private Grossglockner wheelchair accessible tours with adapted van transportation specifically designed for wheelchair users tourists combined an holiday to across Austria.
Along the 48 km of the Großglockner Hochalpenstraße, 15 free-entry exhibitions, 14 inns and huts, 4 playgrounds and 7 themed hiking itineraries are currently available to visitors.
You will certainly understand that it is not humanly possible to see everything in a single day.
At the checkout you will therefore be given a map in your language indicating the 12 most important stages not to be missed along the way.
Naturally everyone will choose where to stop based on their interests.
The fact, however, of not being able to stop everywhere can be an incentive to return on another occasion or to directly organize the entire holiday within the Hohe Tauern National Park.
The Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe viewpoint at the foot of the Pasterzen glacier ( 2369 m ).
Here you can simply park and enjoy the view of the Grossglockner or take one of the numerous hiking trails.
The Visitor Center hosts, among other things, various exhibitions on the mountain and beyond.
Of course there are many other places not to be missed.
At every bend you will discover a waterfall, a panorama, a peak so beautiful that you will stop the car to take some photographs.
Furthermore, you can also have a different experience by boarding the Grossglockner panoramic cable car on the Schareck ( 2604 m ) or the historic rack railway on the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe.
As you can see, it’s impossible to get bored along the Großglockner Hochalpenstraße!
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