Lüsen Alps - The pasture paradise in South Tyrol
A pasture paradise in the heart of the Dolomites at 1,800 to 2,300 m.
Like a green carpet in the summer, and a snow-white blanket in the winter, the gentle Lüsnen Alps covers this tranquil valley in the Dolomites. With its sheer endless grazing slopes, the fantastic 360 degrees round views of the glaciers of the main ridge of the Alps, and the rugged kingdom of the Dolomites, this longest of pastures in South Tyrol is a known paradise for hiking and skiing in all seasons. Pleasantly tired hikers stop at the rustic-traditional Alpine huts and reward themselves with traditional South Tyrolean food and drink, while the majestic Dolomite towers of Monte Putia and Puez Geisler wave at them from nearby.
Cross country skiers enjoy the winter wonderland of Lüsen Alps, skiing past the refreshment stops in the silence of the snow-covered meadows and forests on 50 km of cross country ski tracks.