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The Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse is a wonderful mountain road in Austria. It starts in the center of the village Bruck and goes 48km to Heiligenblut in the south. The best way to drive along is by motorcycle and this is the only road I know with parking areas for motorcycle drivers which offer big safes for helmets and clothes for free. Here, from underneath the Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Hoehe, you can see the Grossglockner, which is the rock like a pyramid in the background.

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Tags: mountains; alps; austria; autumn; colours; snow; rocks; outdoor; nature; viewpoint
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