The Hahntennjoch is an ancient Alpine crossing that was already in active use in the early Middle Ages. Around 1930, old mule tracks began to be paved and made passable for vehicles. To this day, the road, with gradients of up to 19% leading up into the mountains, is only of regional importance. Long-distance and through traffic rushes down into the Inn Valley via the Fernpass. This makes the Hahntennjoch even more popular for motorcyclists. The meeting point at the summit, complete with snack bar, is often firmly in our hands at weekends, although the pass ramp, which is also prone to avalanches, is a real treat for riders.
DATA AND ROUTE
Length: 30 km
Highest point: 1.894 m
Winter closure: November till April
From Hotel Enzian to the highest point:
Kurviger Route ›››››