Explore the area in the convertible or on your motorbike
Explore the stunning Tyrolean mountain landscape in our Mercedes SLK Roadster. Whether you zip through the valleys or over the passes into Italy and Switzerland – a ride in the Mercedes SLK will make this quite a special experience.
Short excursion in the Tyrolean Oberland
Summit: Kaunertal glacial road (2750m) – toll road
Route: Ladis–Prutz–Feichten–Gepatschstausee and back (approx. 80km)
One of the most beautiful Alpine roads, which leads to an altitude of 2750m, right to the foot of the Kaunertal glacier, is really close by. This route, with its stunning Alpine panorama, is perfect for photographers… the magnificent Weissseespitze mountain is just one of the reasons to come here.
Summit: Piller (1558m), Hahntennjoch (1903m), Hochtannberg Pass (1679m), Bielerhöhe (2036m) and the Silvretta high Alpine road
Route: Ladis–Prutz–Piller–Wenns–Imst–Hahntennjoch–Lech Valley–Hochtannberg Pass–Walser Valley–Fontanella–Bludenz–Silvretta high Alpine road–Bielerhöhe–Paznaun Valley–Ladis (approx. 310km)
A steep, narrow and curvy road that takes you through the forest to Piller. At the top, stunning views over the Upper Inn Valley from Fliess to Ried await you. Then, continue over gentle sloping meadows on a two-lane road to Wenns in the Pitz Valley. The Hahntennjoch is a pass with relatively little traffic, also suitable for drivers less experienced with windy roads. The route takes you through the Lech Valley and the Great Walser Valley via Fontanella, on to Bludenz in Voarlberg and through the Montafon to the Silvretta high Alpine road – one of the prettiest Alpine routes there is! The tight curves are challenging for drivers, but they do make the tour interesting and eventful. The return journey takes you through the lovely Paznaun Valley – great fun for proficient drivers!
In South Tyrol (Italy):
Summit: Timmelsjoch high Alpine road (2474m) (toll road) and the Reschen Pass (1508m)
Route: Ladis–Sölden–Timmelsjoch–Passeiertal (I)–Meran (I)–Mals (I)–Nauders–Ladis (approx. 260km)
This 50km link between Austria and Italy is a hugely interesting route with lovely countryside along the way. NB: part of the route does take you through an unlit tunnel. This Alpine pass is well worth a drive! The return journey is a beautiful stretch that links North Tyrol (A) and South Tyrol (I), taking you through the Vinschgau on quite a busy road with lots to see, such as the Finstermünz fortress between Nauders and Pfunds, Naudersberg Castle and of course, the Reschen Lake with its famous sunken church steeple..
Summit: Flüela Pass (2383m)
Route: Ladis–Engadin–Susch–Flüela Pass–Davos–Julier Pass–St. Moritz–Engadin–Ladis (270km)
The Flüela is a relatively easy drive, very well constructed and generally accessible all year round. A lovely journey can be had on the Julier Pass and over the Engadin and back. As the Julier Pass was used by the ancient Romans, it is one of the oldest mountain passes in the Alps. There’s also lots to see here, such as the remains of the old Roman pillars and the majestic summits of Piz Platta, Piz Bernina and Piz Güglia. A fun drive and stunning views are guaranteed!
The Switzerland-Italy-Austria Tour
Summit: Stilfser Joch (2757m)
Route: Ladis–Reschen Pass–Nauders–Spondinig (I)–Stilfser Joch–Val Müstair (CH)–Ofenpass–Zernez (CH)–Schuls (CH)–Engadin–Ladis (approx. 180km)
Built in 1826, the Stilfser Joch is one of the most attractive high Alpine roads, and is the second highest Alpine pass after Col de l’Iseran in France. The southern side begins in Spondinig, Vinschgau. In the Sulden Valley, travel to Gomagoi (1256m). From here, the curves are numbered… only 48 until the top of the pass! The road then leaves the Sulden Valley and takes you into the Trafoibach Valley. The spectacular landscape never stops getting better, the road taking you along the foot of the Ortler (3905m). Continue through the Münster Valley and over the Ofen Pass towards Zernez and Susch. From there, carry on through the Engadin back towards Ladis – a route with stunning scenery!