Rothorn Ski Run




Sörenberg: Brienzer Rothorn - Gipfelrestaurant

Sörenberg: Brienzer Rothorn - Gipfelrestaurant

Sörenberg: Rossweid

Sörenberg: Rossweid

Sörenberg is the largest skiing area in the canton of Lucerne. It includes the highest point in the canton, the 2,350 metre-high Brienzer Rothorn. The steep northern flank with its challenging slopes provides a real treat for experienced skiers

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The Sörenberg ski area has two very different faces. Just above the village there is a versatile network of easy to intermediate pistes. And then there are the considerably more challenging slopes on the Brienzer Rothorn to the south of the village. The summit affords a magnificent view of Lake Brienz and the Bernese Alps. To get started you have a choice between a mogul slope or the groomed route to the Eisee lake, before proceeding down the steep black-marked descent to the Schönenboden.


Starting point: Brienzer Rothorn (2350 m a.s.l.)

Accessibility of starting point: mountain train

Destination: Schönenboden (1265 m a.s.l.)

Length: 8km

Altitude difference: 1085 Meter

Level of difficulty: difficult

Food and beverages: at the start and on the way

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