FAQ about the Timmelsjochtunnel
Is the Timmelsjochtunnel toll mandatory?
Yes, the Timmelsjochtunnel requires a toll. For cars, a one-way journey costs €18, and a round trip costs €24. The distance-based toll can be paid on-site in cash or with credit/debit cards.
Is Timmelsjoch currently passable?
Yes, Timmelsjoch is passable daily from 7 am to 8 pm.
What is the cost of driving through Timmelsjoch?
Driving through Timmelsjoch costs €18 for cars up to 3.5 tons total weight for a one-way journey and €24 for a round trip. A season pass for cars and motorcycles costs €80.
How long does the journey over Timmelsjoch take?
The journey over Timmelsjoch, including the adjacent high alpine road down to the spa town of Merano, takes approximately 1.5 hours (90 minutes).
When does Timmelsjoch open in 2023?
The Timmelsjoch high alpine road is open daily from 7 am until 8 pm.
What is the toll cost at Timmelsjoch?
The toll at Timmelsjoch costs €18 for cars up to 3.5 tons total weight for a one-way journey and €24 for a round trip. A season pass for cars and motorcycles costs €80.
Is Timmelsjoch toll mandatory?
Yes, Timmelsjoch is toll mandatory. The distance-based toll can be paid on-site at a toll station in cash or with credit cards or bank cards.
Is Timmelsjoch snow-free?
Yes, Timmelsjoch is snow-free again and can be driven through regularly.
Where is the toll station at Timmelsjoch?
The toll station is located above the tourist resort of Hochgurgl. Here, toll fees are collected for both the Italian and Austrian sections of the road.
What is the gradient percentage of Timmelsjoch?
Timmelsjoch has an average gradient of 6.3%, with a maximum gradient of 13%.