Grossglockner High Alpine Road, the most famous alpine road, leads you into the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park, to the highest mountain in Austria, the Grossglockner (3,798m) and its glacier, the Pasterze.
The Timmelsjoch pass (Passo Rombo in Italian) is a highly preferred route and most of the time chosen as toll road connection between Tyrol in Austria and South Tyrol in Italy. With its 2.509m altitude it is one of the highest alpine transition roads and just a view meters below the Queen of alpine roads, the Stilfserjoch pass (Passo dello Stelvio).
Fern Pass, at an elevation of 1,212 m above the sea level, is a mountain pass in the Tyrolean Alps in Austria. It is located between the Lechtal Alps on the west and the Mieming Mountains on the east. The highest peak in Germany, the Zugspitze is only 13.5 km away to the northeast. The pass lies between the Grubigstein (2233 m) on the northwest, the Wannig (2493 m) on the southeast, and the Loreakopf (2471 m) on the west.
Brenner Pass (or Passo del Brennero in Italian) is an Alpine pass, at an elevation of 4,495 ft (1,370 m) above the sea level, connecting the city of Innsbruck, Austria, with Bolzano, Italy.
The Arlberg Road Tunnel with a length of 13,976 metres is Austria's longest road tunnel. It carries the S16 Arlbergschnellstraße under the Arlberg massif from Tyrol to Vorarlberg.
D197, a road link between Vorarlberg and Tyrol, passes through the Arlberg Pass (altitude 1,793 m/5,882 ft); nearby, a railway tunnel more than 10 km/6 mi long (highest point 1,310 m/4,298 ft) has been in use since 1884.
Hochtannberg, at an elevation of 1676 m. above the sea level, is a high mountain pass in the Austrian Alps in the Bundesland of Vorarlberg. It connects the Lech River valley near Warth with the valley of the Bregenzer Ache near Schoppernau.
The Grosser Oscheniksee is a high mountain pass, at an elevation of 2.394m above sea level, situated in Austria and belongs to the Alps. It's one of the steepest roads in Europe. From Ausserfragant to the Innerfragant grades are quite easy. From there, 42 hairpins over 9.3 km, at an average grade of 12.8% bring you 1.200 meters higher, making this road very steep, among the steepest roads in Europe.
The Wurzen Pass or Korensko sedlo or simply Koren (Slovene), at an elevation of 1073m above the sea level, is a high mountain pass in a col of the Karawanken mountain range in the Southern Limestone Alps, at the border between Arnoldstein in the Austrian state of Carinthia and Kranjska Gora in Slovenia.
Hahntennjoch, at an elevation of 1894 m. above the sea level, is a high mountain pass in the Austrian Alps in the Bundesland of Tyrol. It connects the upper valley of the Inn River with the Lech River valley.
The Silvretta Hochalpenstraße High Alpine Road is considered one of the most beautiful and popular panoramic roads in the Austrian Alps. It begins right in Galtür and heads across the Bielerhöhe to Vorarlberg.
The Kaunertaler Gletscherstrasse is a panoramic 26km toll road, situated in Tyrol, Austria. Called Glacier road, the Kaunertaler Gletscherstrasse can be reached from the town of Prutz, Austria, on the B315. This road comes to an end at an altitude of 2.750 m asl offering spectacular views. The road leads in 29 turns from Feichten in the Kaunertal, at an elevation of 1287 m - past at the Gepatschspeicher - to 2.750m above sea level.
The Tauern Road Tunnel is located in the Austrian federal state of Salzburg in Austria on the on the A10 motorway, the Tauern Autobahn north - south connection between Germany and Italy and Slovenia.
The Gerlos Alpine Road is open to traffic throughout the year and offers optimum access to the world-famous Krimml Waterfalls and the theme park in Pinzgau, the Krimml Water Wonder World.
Flexen Pass, at an elevation of 1.773 m. above the sea level, is a high mountain pass in the Austrian Alps in the Bundesland of Vorarlberg. It connects the upper Lech River valley between Warth, Lech, and Zürs with the Klostertal near Stuben.
The Loibl Pass (Prelaz Ljubelj in Slovenian), at an elevation of 1,367 m (4,485 ft) above the sea level, is a high mountain pass in the Karavanke chain of the Southern Limestone Alps, linking Austria with Slovenia.