Strategically superlative star: from Carinthia in all directions
If any motorbike region in Austria could be described as a “jack of all trades” that “has it all”, then it’s this one. The location of the Möll Valley is strategically perfect: south of the Upper Tauern and between the highlight roads in Carinthia – the Grossglockner, Malta and Nockalm. High alpine roads that are guaranteed to get your heart racing. In a southerly direction Slovenia, Friuli and the South Tyrolean Dolomites offer locations for a variety of day tours. And the neighbouring state of Salzburg can be reached in just 10 minutes with the train shuttle (incl. motorbike).
Deep gorges, the longest glacier in the entire alpine region, the highest mountain in Austria, the wild water of the Möll, numerous lakes and quaint mountain villages – the high alpine region captivates with its idyllic cultural landscape and long history of Tauern gold diggers. From the Möll Valley, the winding Lieser valley leads past Carinthia’s highest waterfall and up on one of the most beautiful alpine roads to Austria’s highest dam – the Kölnbrein Dam, located at a height of 1,902 m. A superlative route – a superlative location!