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Winter holidays at the Hotel Bergschlössl

Wherever you look, only snow and ice, the sky blue, the earth white

Far from the hustle and bustle of the city, the valley of Luson offers numerous opportunities to escape the stress of everyday life, especially in winter, and to recharge your batteries in the quiet winter landscape. The valley offers every imaginable winter sport, from tobogganing to snowshoe hiking. In this magnificent mountain world, body, mind and soul finally find their peace and strength. Snow-covered mountain pastures and coniferous forests, snow-covered alpine huts, chamois and ibex, snowshoe hikers get their money's worth here.

Hotel Outdoor

Snowshoe hiking on the Luson Alp

Winter hiking around the Hotel Bergschlössl

Luson wird nicht um sonst als das „Tal der Wanderfreunde“ bezeichnet. Im Winter bieten sich zahlreiche Schneeschuh- und Winterwanderungen über die Lüsner Alm und der Plose an, manche lang und fordernd, andere kurz und einfach - doch alle belohnen mit wunderbaren Dolomiten- und Bergpanoramen mit winterlichem Flair.

Winter Fun

Skiing fun for young and old directly at the hotel

Dolomites and glaciers as far as the eye can see

Learn to ski at the Hotel Bergschlössl

With the small practice lift directly at the Bergschlössl, beginners in particular get their money's worth. The 1-kilometre-long lift with its own ski and equipment rental is only a five-minute walk from the hotel entrance. Ski courses and training sessions are held here, but the lift is also very popular with families due to its clear layout.

Skiing on the Plose
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Only 20 minutes away from the Bergschlössl is the Plose - the skiing area of Lüsen and the entire Eisack Valley. It is considered the local mountain of the bishop's town of Bressanone and has a uniquely wide mountain panorama on all slopes over the Dolomite world of the Puez Geisler Nature Park and the glacier world of the main Alpine ridge. With 10 lifts, over 43 kilometres of pistes, a multitude of rustic alpine huts and mountain restaurants, as well as a sophisticated ski rental concept, nothing stands in the way of skiing fun. Incidentally, Plose boasts the longest valley run in South Tyrol: the Trametsch (9 km). In addition, the ski bus runs four times a day free of charge directly from the Bergschlössl Hotel to the Plose valley station.

Plose Winter Ski

And so many more...

The Kronplatz ski area scores with three ski areas, each with its own charm. In total, there are 185 kilometres of slopes and more than 40 lifts in the three areas of Kronplatz, Speikboden and Klausberg. You can reach the skiing area from the Bergschlössl in about one and a half hours.

In nur einer Stunde erreichen Sie vom Bergschlössl aus das ruhige Skigebiet Gitschberg / Jochtal. Das am Eingang zum Pustertal platzierte Skigebiet ist mit 51 Pisten-Kilometern und 16 Aufstiegsanlagen eines der größten im Eisacktal.

Probably one of the most famous ski areas in South Tyrol is located in Val Gardena on the Alpe di Siusi and offers a total of over 175 kilometres of slopes with 83 lifts. You can reach the skiing area from the Berschlössl in just one hour's drive.

All ski areas around the Hotel Bergschlössl are connected to the Dolomiti Superski, the world's largest ski carousel. With the Dolomiti Superski ski pass you can use all the lifts in the Dolomites and thus all 1,180 kilometres of slopes and all 450 lifts around the Hotel Bergschlössl.

Cross-country skiing & ski touring on the Lüsner Alm

Luson, the insider tip in the Eisack Valley

Snow Luson Alps

In the entire Eisack Valley there are around 240 groomed slopes for every level of difficulty, divided between around 25 cross-country ski trails. You will find some of these in Lüsen and on the Würzjoch. The longest high alpine pasture in South Tyrol, the Lüsner-Rodenecker Alm, stands above all for a quiet cross-country skiing area and is therefore the insider tip in the Eisacktal for all cross-country skiers. With four snow-sure cross-country trails, over 50 kilometres of trails and a fairytale Dolomite panorama, the Alm is the ideal area for cross-country skiers. The trails are prepared for both techniques, classic and skating. The Palmschoß-Würzjoch trail (approx. 8 km long) and the Kreuztal circular trail (approx. 5 km long) run along the legendary Dolomites.

In the area around the Hotel Bergschlössl there are numerous ski tours for every level of difficulty. Some of them stretch over the fraction Flitt of Luson to the Lüsner-Rodenecker Alp and over its hilly plateau. But also in the Puez Geisler Nature Park there are many tours that lead to the natural highlights of the surrounding area with a mountain panorama and a tranquillity that will be remembered for a long time.

Winter Nature