Located 971 m above sea level in a side valley between Bressanone/Brixen
and Sasso di Putia/Peitler Kofel mountain, it has always been a hiker's paradise
. In the winter, a magical white blanket of snow embraces the town. In the spring you'll be blinded by the vibrant green of the meadows, while in the fall the shining trees and bushes give the vegetation a touch of colour.
The village offers everything you might need in terms of fun and sports: tennis courts, a small stream for Kneipp hydrotherapy, shooting range, playground and much, much more.
From Luson/Lüsen you can take lots of trips in the area travelling over panoramic roads.
Winter in Luson
The village has a ski-lift, a cross-country ski circuit
and a skating rink. Another ski-lift and another cross-country circuit
(that with it more than 30 km is the longest mountain cross-country circuit in the Isarco valley) are located at the Luson Alps
(1600-1700 m). Transport to the Plose ski resort
is provided by a complimentary bus service.