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Distance 45.5 km
Highest point2,447 m
Lowest point988 m
This demanding mountain bike tour takes us to the wonderfully situated Tierser-Alpl-Hütte, where we have a unique view of the surrounding mountain massifs of the Dolomites. For riders with a high level of fitness who also have full technical control of their bike, this loop is an absolute highlight of the region.
We start our tour in Siusi allo Sciliar and, with a few exceptions, cycle continuously uphill towards the Tierser Alpl Hut. This tour should make even the most fit bikers among us break out in a sweat, as we have to climb no less than 2000 metres in altitude. But we will hardly notice the exertion, as we have unique views of the peaks of the Dolomites. Langkofel, Plattkofel, Geislergruppe and the Sella Group are just a few of the mountains we will see in the course of the tour.
Uphill we pass numerous huts, e.g. the Spitzbühlhütte, the Almrosenhütte or the Mahlknechthütte where we can take a break.
At the Tierser-Alpl-Hütte at the latest, we forget all the efforts of the climb. On the 2440 m high Tierser-Alpl-Sattel we have a magnificent view of the Rosszähne, which belong to the Schlern group, as well as the Rosengarten group. With this panorama we enjoy the South Tyrolean cuisine and fortify ourselves for the following descent.
On beautiful, partly very difficult trails we
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