Information on road use

Everything you need to know

Overnight stays in vehicles and camping
along the entire route of the Rossfeld Panoramastraße and the associated car parks is not permitted!


Panorama map & info folder

The Rossfeld Panoramastraße can be reached via the north and south access roads. The south ascent leads over the Obersalzberg to the south toll station. The north slip road starts in Oberau and leads to the north toll station. The summit section connects the south and north slip roads.

Part of the summit section runs along the German/Austrian border and part of the road runs on Austrian territory.


You can find all the information you need in our folder:

Tolling & prices

The Rossfeld Panoramastraße is classified as a federal private road, as there is no supra-local connection. The entire maintenance (2 – 3 times higher than for a federal road in a valley), the further expansion and the administrative costs are to be financed from the toll revenue. Around 100,000 vehicles use the Rossfeld Panoramastraße every year.


North slip road tollbooth:
Roßfeldstraße 150, 83471 Berchtesgaden

South slip road tollbooth:
Purtschellerstraße 1, 83471 Berchtesgaden

Car including Driver and Passenger9,00 €
Motorbike including Rider and Passenger5,50 €
Bus including Passenger60,00 €
10x Ticket only to buy on Toll-Station in Oberau
Car68,00 €
Motorbike40,00 €


The Rossfeld Panoramastraße has around 400 parking spaces at the viewpoints. The map shows the most important car parks.

Generous parking facilities and a breathtaking panoramic view of the imposing Alpine panorama await you at the top of the road. Use the road as a starting point for unforgettable hikes and enjoy the hospitality of the mountain inns and kiosk.

Requests for photo and film shoots as well as test drives

The Rossfeld Panoramastraße is an extremely popular backdrop for photo and film shoots as well as test drives. 

For enquiries about shoots and test drives on the Rossfeld Panoramastraße, please make an appointment and book in advance. You can find more information in the registration forms:

Press review

Chiemgau Blätter – 04. September 2010
High mountain roads in Berchtesgadener Land
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Berchtesgadener Anzeiger – 21. Februar 2003
Orange versus white: winter maintenance as a challenge
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Traunsteiner Wochenblatt – Nr. 193
Germany’s highest Alpine road completed
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Süddeutsche Zeitung – 24. Oktober 1955
Final sprint on the Alpine Road
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Berchtesgadener Anzeiger – 1953
A big hit for the Berchtesgadener Land region
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