Country Austria
From Leermoos
To Nassereith
Length 17,9km
Highest elevation 1.400m
Lowest elevation 850m
The Fern pass is placed in the Tyrolean Alps of Austria at an elevation 1,212 m above sea level. This high mountain pass sits west of the Lechtal Alps with the Mieming Mountains to the east Zugspitze, the highest mountain peak in Germany, only 13.5 km to the northeast. This is one of the most popular and demanding alpine crossings (the steepest incline at 8%) that takes travelers through a thick forest of pine trees and a smooth, curvaceous road leading right into the scenic views of the Tyrolean Alps. Garmisch-Partenkirchen in Germany can be accessed by this pass via roads B 187 and B 189 and is also the connecting point for the Lech River Valley with the Inn river ValleyÔÇöso this pass tends to have more traffic than any other pass in the Eastern Alps. In the high season - those driving this pass can expect to share the road with a crowd of tourists, busses, trucks and RV campers. The Fern pass can be accessed all year around
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