Lüsner Tal 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. It is optimally situated as the gateway to the Dolomites. Here, easy hikes are just as doable as high-Alpine vie ferrate. The longest Alpine pasture in South Tyrol, the Lüsner Alm, can be found here. It captivates visitors with its blooming landscape and breathtaking views of the Zillertal and Ötztal Alps. In wintertime, gentle winter sports are on order, thanks to the perfect conditions for snowshoe hiking, cross-country skiing, and sledging.
Fascinating Nature. Among rugged rocks and lush wide Alpine meadows, this round trip around Mt. Sass Putia reveals in an impressive way the natural life of the high Alpine region, with all of its diverse wildlife, vegetation and rock formations.
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