Silvretta High-Alpine Road

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A dream for sporty adventures: Silvretta mountain pass

For motorcyclists and cyclists

Silvretta High-Alpine Road is one of Tyrol’s most stunning Alpine pass roads. Featuring lots of fascinating serpentines and hairpin bends, the road runs from Partenen through the Paznaun valley to Galtür. The twisty route is a favourite with motorcyclists, mountain bikers and road cyclists alike, all of whom regularly flock to the Alpine dream road.

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Information about the panoramic road

Facts & figures

With the following information, you are perfectly prepared for your adventure on the Silvretta High-Alpine Road:

  • Total length: 22.3 km
  • Start and end point: from Partenen (1,051 m) in the Montafon valley to Galtür (1,725 m) in the Paznaun valley
  • Highest elevation: 2,032 above sea level at Bielerhöhe
  • Number of turns: 34 
  • Gradient: 10 % to 12 % max – about 5 % in the turns
  • Year of construction: 1925 to 1930, opened to the public in 1954
  • Opening times: Silvretta High-Alpine Road is only open during the summer months.

Good to know: The toll for Silvretta mountain pass is included in the Silvretta Card Premium.

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