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Snowshoeing in South Tyrol: the Dolomites all around

Simply divine: snowshoeing in Lüsen

Our nature hotel in South Tyrol offers ideal conditions for snowshoeing in South Tyrol in the Dolomites: The gentle mountain pastures, the snowy peaks of the Lüsner Alm, and the quiet coniferous forests with feeding troughs and shy deer and chamois invite you to experience silence and winter romance in a deeply snow-covered landscape. While snowshoeing in South Tyrol, the Dolomites can be experienced in all their glory. Short driving times and a multitude of tours perfectly complement the fantastic snowshoeing experience. Snowshoeing in South Tyrol in the Dolomites will let you leave the hustle and bustle of daily life behind you and lose yourself completely in the feeling of freedom and the beauty of the panorama.

The highlight when snowshoeing in South Tyrol: the Dolomites

The Lüsnerhof is a real pioneer when it comes to snowshoeing in South Tyrol. The Dolomites tower above you, surrounded by tranquillity in a natural paradise – the perfect conditions for a hike in the snow. Is a guided snowshoe hike in South Tyrol exactly what you’re looking for? At our hotel in the Dolomites, eleven guided snowshoe hikes that lead to atmospheric, wildly romantic spots and scenic peaks are part of the weekly programme.

Decades of experience help host Franz and the local hiking guides Robert and Manni accompany the guests of the Lüsnerhof to the most beautiful places on the Lüsner Alm and the Puez Geisler Nature Park. Snowshoe hikes to Rodenecker Alm, Cima Lasta/Astjoch … the possibilities when snowshoeing in South Tyrol in the Dolomites are simply endless!

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Snowshoeing has a long tradition in my family. In the 1970s my brother and I used simple wooden snowshoes to walk through the deep snow, reach the Gargitterhof farm, and then bring the hay down to the valley on a sledge.

Franz Hinteregger, host and hiking guide
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