From Lüsen to Lüsen-Berg
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Herrschaftliche Höfe oberhalb LüsenPhoto: www.sentres.com
Meadows, forests and streams on the hike above Lüsen in the Eisack Valley
From the church in Lüsen (981 m) always follow trail 14, first briefly over to the Gfasebach stream, then through meadows and past the Plasell farm up to the forest, continue on the old trail 14 mostly moderately steep up to the Pliderer farm (1461 m), now on the tarred farm access road westwards almost level through the forest and meadow slopes and past the Kompfoss, Scheater and Gschlorer farms (1618 m) and approx. 15 minutes over to the Villpederhof (1637 m, inn with nearby Marienkapelle in a wonderful location); from Lüsen a good 2:00 hours. Then back to the Gschlorerhof farm (approx. 15 minutes), turn left here, on the station trail (M 14) in gentle ups and downs through the forest eastwards to the Wieserhof farm (1604 m) and on to the Tulperhof farm (inn, 1625 m, from Villpeder just under 1 hour.Descent: From Tulper follow the M 14 south-westwards through the meadow down to the forest, briefly down to the road and left to the Pliderer; from here as in the ascent back to Lüsen.
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