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Gröbming - St-Peter- Sölkpass - Murau
It's also fairly prone to snow falls, even in July.
B114 Trieben - Hohen Tauern - Judenburg
This and the route below are the two major N-S routes over the mountains around here.
Mostly sweepers, but well-made and generally easy to overtake. Not for those who relish hairpins (there are a couple) but a good ride. Avoid during peak holiday weekends.
B99 Radstadter Tauern
A main north-south route. Luckily most traffic takes the motorway. Mostly fast sweepers but with something for everyone.
Ebene Reichenau - Nockalm - Kremsbr?cke
A private toll road (€7 per bike) twisting over two low passes, and some nice scenery, but who cares about that? An ace surface with A1 curves - just watch out for cows (as usual). Buy a ticket and run back-and-forth between toll-boothes all day. I think you can even stay in some of the restaurants up there.
B90 Rattendorf - Nassfeld Pass - Pontebba
The crossing between Italy and Austria has little to mark it out from the others. It's low, well made and not unlike the Wurzpassa little further to the east, and I always confuse the two. It can be a bit busy at peak times as it's further from the motorway.
B77 Köflach - Weißkirchen
The best way out of Judenburg, or if you've been to the A1-Ring for a race. Seems a lot longer than on the map. Non-stop curves once you start to climb the low pass through trees.
B70 K?flach - Pack Sattel -Twimberg
A major through-route but with those wide long hairpins.... :-)
B69 Lavamünd - Eibiswald
Ah, a jewel of a road, this one. The west side is steeper and tightish through trees, but nothing a Goldwing couldn't do with a bit of shuffling. The east is less steep but longer and faster; ton-up.
B82 Sitterdorf - Seeberg
Up to the border - twisties in a narrow gorge..... I havn't been past the border here.