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Hochtor Hochtor, at , is the highest mountain in the Ennstaler Alps, part of the Northern Limestone Alps, in Styria, Austria.
Hochtor The mountain is protected as part of Gesäuse National Park, the third largest in Austria.
Gesäuse National Park The highest mountain is Hochtor at 2,369 m (7,772 ft).
Schober group The range comprises central parts of the Hohe Tauern south of the neighbouring Glockner Group and the Alpine divide. In the south it stretches down to the East Tyrolean capital Lienz and the Drava Valley. In the east, the Grossglockner High Alpine Road leads up to Hochtor Pass via Großkirchheim.
Grossglockner High Alpine Road The Grossglockner High Alpine Road (in German "Großglockner-Hochalpenstraße") is the highest surfaced mountain pass road in Austria. It connects Bruck in the state of Salzburg with Heiligenblut in Carinthia via Fuscher Törl and Hochtor Pass at . The road is named after the Grossglockner, Austria's highest mountain. Built as a scenic route, a toll is assessed for passage.
Glockner Group The boundaries of the Glockner Group are defined as follows: the River Salzach from Uttendorf to Taxenbach; the Rauriser Tal to Wörth; Seidlwinkltal; Hochtor (Großglockner High Alpine Road); Tauernbach; Möll to its confluence with the Moosbach; Moosbach; Peischlachtörl; Peischlachbach; Kals am Großglockner; Kalser Bach; Dorfertal; Dorfersee; Kalser Tauern; Weißsee; Weißenbach; Grünsee; Enzingerboden; Stubachtal; Uttendorf.
Rauris The valley of Seidlwinkl was the eastern gateway to the Tauern (Hochtor), its advantage being that it could be open for longer. The importance of the valley led to the construction of the original Rauriser Tauernhaus that gave shelter and warmth to passing tradesmen. Much like the existing pass houses in other valleys. The Rauriser Tauernhaus got the right to sell drinks in 1491.
Grossglockner High Alpine Road The road leads from Bruck in the Salzach Valley via the northern toll both at Ferleiten (near Fusch) with numbered hairpin curves up to Hochtor Pass, with a branch-off from Fuscher Törl at to the "Edelweißspitze" viewpoint. The scenic route crosses the Alpine divide in a tunnel and runs southwards passing another branch-off which leads to the "Glocknerhaus" mountain hut and the "Kaiser-Franz-Josefs-Höhe" visitors' centre at .
Grossglockner High Alpine Road When, in 1924, a group of Austrian experts presented a plan for a road over the "Hochtor" (the high pass), they were ridiculed in a time when in Austria, Germany, and Italy there were only 154,000 private automobiles, 92,000 motorcycles, and of long-distance asphalt roads. Austria had suffered from the catastrophic economic results of losing the First World War, had shrunk to a seventh of its imperial size, lost its international markets and suffered devastating inflation.
High Tauern The best-known mountain pass road of the High Tauern is the scenic Grossglockner High Alpine Road inaugurated in 1935, including a tunnel at an elevation of under the Hochtor Pass (). East of it, the Katschberg Pass () on "B 99" Katschberg Straße highway parallel to the Katschberg Tunnel links Sankt Michael and Rennweg. Another road crosses the Staller Sattel between Sankt Jakob in Defereggen and Rasen-Antholz at .