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Spectacular road, many waterfalls with parking places nearby that you can stop and enjoy seeing waterfall, tunnels digged into a solid rock (in one tunnel you turn around for 180 degrees), amazing views and large parking area on the top (at the dam) and convinient...More
The Malta High Alpine Road is a toll road, but the drive is worth every cent. And at the end of the road is the next reward, the spectacular Koelnbrein Dam. The road leads you through beautiful nature with spectacular waterfalls. On two occasions the...More
The alpine road from Malta up to the dam is typical of Austrian mountain roads - very twisty with multiple hairpins and several tunnels. There is a charge to go up it but it is free if you have a Karten card from your accommodation.
This mountain toll road starts in the valley near Koschbach. On the way to the top of the way you can see some beautiful waterfalls. The path passes through the excavated tunnels in the rock. The highlight of this trip is the Kölnbreinspeicher dam. At...More
It had been a very hit and miss morning with things being shut or the weather interfering with procedures when I suddenly remembered marking out the Kolnbrein dam and the Malta Alpine road a few years ago. So with nothing else better to do we...More
Road drive is just thrilling with spectacular views. It is a toll road but with Kärnten card we did not have to pay the toll. At one point the road is one way so you might have to wait for 10 minutes or so at...More
To start with: Like many scenic mountain roads, the Malta High Alpine road is a toll road. You have to hand over an entrance fee at the barrier. If you had decided to buy a "Kärnten Card" at a Kärnten Card sales point in town,...More
I may be a little biased as I love here in the Maltatal, however that is no cause not to write about the beautiful neighbourhood that is my home.
The dam at the top on the Lisamaltatal at it's best in late spring when the...More