From St. Valentin over the dam wall of lake Resia, the tour takes us westwards through the hamlet of Innerkaschon up to the old road towards Schöneben (above the old Reschensee road). The climb is approx. 8 km and 650 m in altitude, first on asphalt and then on gravel, mainly through forest, to the Haideralm mountain restaurant with its beautiful panoramic terrace overlooking the surrounding mountains and the two lakes. The descent leads back 350 m along the ascent route before turning on the right towards Zerzer valley. Cross the ski slope to hiking trail no. 7, which leads to the Bruggeralm alpine hut, enjoy here some excellent dumplings and alpine cheese in the summer months. After the bridge behind the alpine hut, turn left and follow signpost no. 8, past the St. Martin chapel to the Faulen See lake and continue down the paths to the Vinschger cycle path. Turning left and cycle comfortably along the Haidersee lake back to St. Valentin. Note: The name "Goas" comes from the Vinschgau dialect and means goat. When farmers in this region increasingly practised "Goashaltung" in agriculture, this mountain was the grazing area for these animals.