The 25-kilometer long route is very challenging and difficult as bikers have to conquer no less than 1100 meters of altitude gain in one day. An excellent physical shape is absolutely required. But all efforts are rewarded as soon as you cross one of Tirol's most scenic passes offering superb panoramic views, followed by a long and speedy downhill ride.
- 2292-meter high Geiseljoch Peak connects Inntal Valley to Zillertal and provides uninterrupted panoramic vistas of glacier-topped summits in the Tux Alps to the south, and the mighty Karwendel Massif in the north.
- Once reached the highest point of the tour you enjoy a splendid downhill track via Nafingalm and Weidener Hütte. From there a broad forest road takes you to Innerst. Follow the valley's main road until you get to Weerberg.
- Alpine Geiseljoch Ridge is accessible from both sides: transalp bikers choose the norther route via Pfitscherjoch Saddle while a narrower but much nicer gravel path leads almost to the height of the saddleback where a quite easy singletrail continues in northern direction. Great biking fun!