Nassfeld Pass is a 1,530-metre-high mountain pass connecting Hermagor in the Austrian state of Carinthia with Pontebba in the Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia.
It is located in the Carnic Alps between the Gail valley in the north and the Italian Canal Valley in the south. Surrounding peaks include Mt. Gartnerkofel and Mt Trogkofel. On the Austrian side is the Nassfeld ski resort, the largest in Carinthia.
During the Middle Ages, Naßfeld Pass was part of an important trade route between the Duchy of Carinthia and the Republic of Venice. It lost its significance with the extension of mountain roads via neighbouring Tarvis and Predil Pass.
Address 2 Sonnenalpe Nassfeld, 9620, Austria
Coordinates 46°33'35.802" N 13°16'32.046" E