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Idyllic alpine hike in South Tyrol

Lüsner Alm – naturally charming

Excursions on the Lüsner Alm are among the most wonderful alpine hikes in South Tyrol, both with hiking boots in summer and snow shoes in winter. Hikers seeking relaxation will find soothing silence and solitude on the extensive meadows, in the shady coniferous forests, and at the foot of the mighty mountain giants of the Dolomites, away from the busy hiking routes. At the same time, rustic mountain huts invite you to take a well-deserved break and enjoy the best food and drinks from the South Tyrolean cuisine. The gentle, easily hikeable peaks of the Lüsner Alm range from 1,800 to 2,300 metres above sea level. The 360-degree panoramic view, which extends from the Dolomites over the South Tyrolean low mountain range to the main ridge of the Alps, is considered to be downright beguiling. With a length of more than 20 kilometres, the Lüsner Alm is the longest alpine pasture in South Tyrol as well as one of the most extensive alpine pastures in the entire Alpine region.

Lüsner Alm in winter

In the white season the Lüsner Alm transforms into a quietly romantic winter wonderland with absolute snow-guarantee, in which snowshoe hikers or cross-country skiers explore the snow-covered mountain pastures and forests. All you can hear is the crunching snow under your feet and the sound of your breath. All you can see are snow-covered conifers and alpine pastures – and perhaps a shy deer looking for food ... winterly secluded naturellness® time at the Lüsnerhof.

Lüsner Alm in summer

In summer the Lüsner Alm is a hiking paradise for nature lovers of all ages. That’s why we await you with an attractive summer programme filled with hikes, mountain bike tours, and fitness lessons during the warmer months of the year. Experience an unforgettable hiking holiday in South Tyrol with unique hiking service at our Naturhotel Lüsnerhof.

Clear and pure the fan of colours unfolds. All opposites flow harmoniously together. Nowhere is there a brusque movement in this landscape, nowhere a broken line. As if written with round, calm handwriting, nature has written the word peace into the world in colourful letters.

Stefan Zweig, German writer, 1932 at the Lüsner Alm
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