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Whether it be for the views, for the climbs or for the downhill descents, browse our list of the best mountain passes in Tyrol and make your next adventure one to remember. Contributed by the community, for the community, each mountain pass Highlight is a personal recommendation you know you can trust, so simply find your favorite and go.

The top 20 mountain passes in Tyrol

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    Pfitscher Joch

    Hiking Highlight

    Very nice hut with a magnificent view of South Tyrol!

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    Norbertshöhe

    Bike Touring Highlight

    From the Martina border point to the Norbertshöhe, there are just under six kilometers. Certainly one of the easiest passes to cross the Alps. In addition, the Via Claudia Augusta leads up here.

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    3

    Seefelder Joch

    Hiking Highlight

    Wonderful view. The surrounding mountains are clearly shown in a panorama.

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    Pfitscher Joch

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    In the Zillertal Alps at an altitude of 2,246 meters lies the Pfitscher Joch, an Alpine crossing that connects the rear Zillertal valley with the South Tyrolean Pfitscher valley. The …

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    Timmelsjoch

    Hiking Highlight

    The Timmelsjoch is undoubtedly one of the most impressive places in the Ötztal: far the rugged mountains open all the way down to the valley and the wind slowly drives …

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    Steinernes Tor

    Hiking Highlight

    Rise from Achenkirch worthwhile.

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    Jo
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    Geiseljoch

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    The path up to the Geiseljoch becomes an ever narrower path, which at the end is designated as a "mountain bike sliding route". Depending on the weather and driving skills, …

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    Betty
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    Norbertshöhe

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    After a great climb to reward a cappuccino in the hotel restaurant Norbertshöhe

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    Jost
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    9

    Das Gsieser Törl

    Hiking Highlight

    The Gsieser Törl is a transition (2306 m above sea level) from the rear Gsieser valley in South Tyrol over to Defereggental in East Tyrol. The Gsieser Törl forms the …

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    Brennerpass

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Honestly, this place is not very nice. The appearance of the small community is dominated by the Brenner motorway and an ugly outlet center. As a milestone, it is still …

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    Staller Sattel

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The Staller saddle is located directly on the border of Austria and Italy. The road connects the East Tyrolean Defereggental with the South Tyrolean Anterselva Valley and reaches its peak …

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    Reschenpass

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    For us it was a long-awaited goal of our Alpine crossing. You know what you've achieved, because after that it'll go downhill as a reward !!!

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    Peiljoch

    Hiking Highlight

    Stone men in the Alps often show you the way when boulders allow no path and erosion marks expire. Here at the Peiljoch are hundreds of them and make this …

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    Betty
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    Kerschbaumer Sattel

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Steep, few cars, good asphalt and great panorama.
    View into the Tux Alps

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    Bernd
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    Eppzirler Scharte

    Hiking Highlight

    Very nice pass, invites you to snack. Then the via ferrata goes east.

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    Hahntennjoch

    Bike Touring Highlight

    A nice to drive pass. A bit steep, but doable. Little traffic. Some bikers.

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    Kartitscher Sattel

    Road Cycling Highlight

    The Kartitscher saddles or Tannwiese lies at an altitude of 1530m. There ends the last climb of the SuperGiroDolomiti. The climb starts in Kötschach and is 43 km long. The …

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    Once you get up here, you can not get enough of the great view. A place where you could linger forever and since on both sides quickly reach a hut, you have with the descent also no stress.

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    Betty
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    Friesenbergscharte

    Hiking Highlight

    The Friesenbergscharte lies at an altitude of 2,904 meters between the Hohen Riffler and the Gefrorene-Wand peaks. From up here you have a sensational view of the Zillertal Alps. The …

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    Piller Höhe

    Road Cycling Highlight

    wonderful quick view to Prutz and towards the upper court

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