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Luson (Lüsner)

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  • Landscapes around Luson Valley.
    Landscapes around Luson Valley.
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Distance 21.3 km
7:16 h
1,087 m
1,087 m
On the edge of the Dolomites
Between Luson (Lüsner) Valley in the south, the lower Val Pusteria (Pustertal) Valley in the north and the Val Badia (Gadertal) valley in the east, we find the Cresta di Lusòn (Lüsner Kamm) Ridge.

Ascent: From Luson (Lüsen) in the valley of the same name at 981 m; approach is on the motorway from Bressanone (Brixen). Follow Trail No.14 northwest, partially along the old footpath and partially on the rural road, up to the Lüsen-Berg farms and to Tulper Inn (1625 m). Cross the forested slopes, following signage for No. 14, past Wieserhof Farm, towards the west, and continue over to Gschlorerhof Farm. Stay on Trail No. 14 through forest and mountain meadows, with a moderate grade, up to the Ronerhütte mountain hut on the Roneralm alpine pastures (1,832; tavern), where the high-altitude hike begins; 3 hours from Luson. High Trail: from Roneralm alpine pastures, first briefly take the service road, then shortly through the woods, followed by a long, gorgeous hike across expansive pastureland, heading east towards the Starkenfeldhütte mountain hut (1,936 m; operating in summer; 1 hour from Roneralm; not far away, Rastnerhütte mountain hut is also in operation). Soon afterwards, make

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