22.06.2017 - Milky Way
The day-ride for leisurely riders along the old milk route against the unique backdrop of the Seiser Alm. Difficulty S1. The tour starts out at Gasko Bike and the sets off leisurely in the cable car from the Seiser Alm valley station up to the mountain station. From up there, you can look down on the entire expanse of the breathtaking high alps. The first stage of this diverse pleasure tour is the Alphotel Panorama, an insider tip for home-made regional dishes such as South Tyrolean schlutzkrapfen or scheiterhaufen. The subsequent climb pays off once you reach the sun terrace of the Goldknopf hotel with its magnificent mountain panorama. From here, you take the gravelled road onwards to the Almrosenhütte, where home-made juice is waiting to quench your thirst and South Tyrolean specialities such as goulash with dumplings, strudel, and kaiserschmarrn will tempt you in for a break. Then you have almost reached the highest point of the tour. The path leads you up to the family-friendly Mahlknechthütte refuge, which not only invites you in to stay a while with its e-Bike charging station, but also offers a playground, biotope and kids’ menu. Then it’s on past the Dialer Kirchlein before a rapid descent towards Saltria and the Tirler Alpine guesthouse. Children can enjoy the barefoot and adventure path, while the grown-ups pamper their skin at the sulphur springs. A little further, the Hotel Saltria offers another e-Bike charging station and then it’s already time for the second ascent, to the Ritsch Restaurant and across the unique alpine landscape of the Seiser Alm, heading up to the Joch mountain. What an amazing mountain view! Cheese-lovers can tantalise their taste-buds at the Gostner Schwaige, which has its own cheese dairy, before the pleasure tour heads past the Steger Dellai hotel, coming to an end in Compatsch. Depending on your mood and your condition, you can choose to descend into the valley via the Seiser Alm road or be transported back with the cable car.
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