Motorcycling in Villach Alpine Road, Villach, Carinthia Austria

Route length:
16.5 km/10.4 mi
Route characteristics:
116 curves, 7 hairpin bends
Villach is situated in the southern Austria right on the Drava River and is the second largest city in Carinthia. It represents an important traffic junction for the whole Alpe – Adria region as well as Austria. The city has a remarkable history as there was found the oldest human trace, dated back to 3.500 BC as well as many Roman artifacts because it was near an important road, called the Römerweg.

Villach is a beautiful place where you can have fun by doing a lot of sports. One of them which is very popular among locals and other riders is motorcycling. The whole region is scenic but one trail is particularly stunning. The Villach Alpine Road is a 16.5 km /10.4 mi long trip that starts from Möltschach to the Dobratsch and then up to Rosstratte.

The route has a total of 116 curves and 7 hairpin bends. When you reach the end of the Villach Alpine Road at the Rosstratte, the panoramic view of the Karawenken, the Alpine division and the Julian Alps will take your breath away. Along the route you will find several rest areas where you can admire the magnificent vistas, different every time.