Timmelsjoch Hochalpenstraße and Top Mountain Crosspoint
Since 1960, the Timmelsjoch Hochalpenstraße has been the Ötztal gateway to the south. Over 60 km, this route winds its way from Obergurgl to St. Leonhard in Passeiertal, South Tyrol, through countless hairpin bends and curves. The Timmelsjoch Hochalpenstraße is legendary amongst racing cyclists - especially in conjunction with the Ötztal Cycling Marathon - as well as mountain bikers and motorcyclists. The exceptional route is also an experience by car, offering stunning views and breathtaking panoramas. Since spring 2016, the Timmelsjoch-Hochalpenstraße has offered a new attraction: the Top Mountain Crosspoint is located at 2,160 meters above sea level, and in addition to a first-class restaurant and a panoramic sun terrace, here you will find Europe's highest motorbike museum. Visitors can marvel at 170 nostalgic motorbikes from over 70 brands spread out over a surface area of 2,600 m².