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The Karwendel mountain range separates Hinterriß from the rest of Austria. The only road connection leads through German territory, as such Hinterriß is considered a practical exclave. However, unlike Jungholz and the Kleinwalsertal, Hinterriß never had a special status.
A toll-free road connects Hinterriß with Vorderriß, located in Germany. In the other direction, a toll road accessible only in summer connects Hinterriß with the small village of Eng.