The Lüsner Tal valley is amongst the most untouched valleys in all of the Alps and is certainly also one of the most worthwhile regions for hiking in all of South Tyrol. The valley is characterised by its unique location: surrounded by the high mountain plateau of the Lüsner Alm Alpine pasture to the north, the Plose mountain ridge to the south and the Dolomiten at the valley bottom, Lüsen is the ideal starting point for simple walks and for high Alpine tours and via ferratas.
The Lüsner Alm Alpine pasture is ever present and towers high above the valley - the longest pasture in South Tyrol. In spring and summer, the pasture is characterised by a blossoming landscape and in autumn by a resplendent array of colours from the bright orange larch trees and red-brown Alpine flora. The showcase of nature is accompanied by breath-taking views of the Zillertal and Ötztal Alps.
In wintertime, there are perfect conditions for gentle winter sports: snowshoe hikes, cross-country skiing and tobogganing. The Lüsner Alm Alpine pasture is ideal for this with its untouched nature, tranquillity and low avalanche risk.