Because the locals stayed with unspoiled nature and its long-lasting powerful effect on people, ski lifts and large cable cars were never established in the Valley of Lüsen. Because of that, Lüsen is an oasis of quiet and recreation in the silence of the untouched landscape, especially in winter. And so Lüsen became a pioneer in the Alps for gentle winter sport: after all snowshoe hiking and winter walks, but also cross country skiing and tobogganing.

- The Lüsen Alps and the alpine pastures at the foot of the Peitler Kofel are ideal for unforgettable winter hikes. Whether on foot or with snowshoes, the Dolomites are also a special experience in winter and sustainable winter and snowshoe hiking is very easy here.
- Alone or with one of our guided hikes you can easily and quickly reach the desired starting point with the hiking bus and leave the car behind.
- The gentle, hilly landscape around Lüsen has to offer some peaks that are easy to climb: the Astjoch, the Campill, the Glittner Joch, just to name a few of them.
- Enjoy the winter peace on the snow-covered alpine pasture and realize how beneficial the solitude can be, away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the body recharges more and more energy and can come to rest.