Demanding ride with a long and diverse ascent to the Tierser Alpl mountain cabin followed a by technically challenging descent. Test your fitness with S2 difficulty and be rewarded with an impressive panorama of the Dolomites. The tour starts off at a nice easy pace in Seis and then climbs steeply up to the Schafstall cabin. It really gets fun further up as it heads smoothly towards Gstatsch via Marinzen. The next 250 m along the Seiser Alm road until the Spitzbühl car park get eaten up quickly, then the asphalt path ascends dramatically once more to the chairlift mountain station. It pays off with Santer Spitze and Schlern within touching distance. From this point, the tour not only shows off the Seiser Alm with amazing mountain panoramas, but also with a series of recommended rest points. The route leads past the Laurinhütte with its tempting South Tyrolean specialities, via the Almrosenhütte and then the Mahlknechthütte (there is also an e-Bike charging station here). Once you are past the quaint Dialer Kirchlein, the view of the Dolomites is simply breathtaking. The profile of the Langkofel, Plattkofel, Marmolada, Sellagruppe, Sas Rigais, Geislerspitzen, Rosszähne, Schlern and Santner Spitze peaks draw a striking frame around the Seiser Alm. The route to the Tierser Alpl now heads sharply upwards: There are still 300 metres left to conquer, with an incline of up to 20 percent. The cabin is beautifully located at the foot of the Rosszähne. The Rosengarten sits enthroned directly opposite. What’s more, the landlord offers an outstanding Tyrolean menu with Mediterranean flair. Somewhere you can just sit and while away the time. The descent from the Tierser Alpl first heads over the road and then across some exciting trails towards Mahlknechtjoch and over a fun panorama trail past the Zallinger mountain cabin. This is the perfect spot to catch your breath again, with a new dining room and beautiful panoramic terrace, before the ride heads leisurely down to the Saltria Hotel, where you can find another e-Bike charging station. This is the start of the final ascent of this tour up to Compatsch. A hiking trail forks off towards the Spitzbühl car park at the Zorzi guesthouse. Technical riders can get their money's worth again on the narrow, technically challenging trail towards Gstatsch on a tight cart path. But watch out: This can be extremely slippery when wet! This magnificent tour then heads past Bad Ratzes and onto a smooth downhill trail back to the starting point.