Soerenberg Ski Hotel Guide - Ski accommodation

Soerenberg

The resort of Sörenberg in the Lucerne hinterland lies in the Entlebuch Unesco- biosphere at an altitude of 1165 m. Its fantastic moor landscape and unique plant and animal life have earned the region the distinction of being one of only 400 biosphere reserves world-wide. The region is a memorable holiday destination for families and nature lovers.

 

Winter
Sörenberg is the biggest winter sports’ region in the Canton of Lucerne, boasting 18 chair- and ski-lifts as well as mountain railways. Enjoy skiing and snowboarding at altitudes of up to 2350m on the Brienzer Rothorn, the highest mountain in the canton. This family-friendly winter sports’ area also offers a snow sports school, two toboggan runs and guided snow-shoe tours. Experienced skiers enthuse about the Schrattenfluh ski-tour region.

Summer
The people of the alpine valleys have lived their lives in accordance with Nature’s laws for hundreds of years, so guided walks with nature as their theme are an important attraction in the Entlebuch biosphere. They include karst walks in the Schrattenfluh; cave visits; observing wildlife on the Brienzer Rothorn; excursions to watch golden eagles; discovering medicinal herbs, poisonous plants and local legends.

An aerial cableway runs from Sörenberg up to the Brienzer Rothorn, a popular starting point for many beautiful mountain walks. In summer a steam railway carries on still further from Brienz. Beneath the peak of the Rothorn lies the Eisee. The deep blue waters of this mountain lake are a paradise for anglers, nature-lovers and hikers.

Nature and wellness combine in the idyllic Kneipp Cure Centre of Schwandalpweiher near Fühli. The high-wire park guarantees an adrenalin kick. There is also an interesting network of cycle paths and facilities for golfers to indulge their hobby. There are courses in playing the alpine horn and making cheese; washing gold and special Native American fun days etc.

Number of elevators

18

Drags

Chairs

Gondolas

14 2 2

Length of skiing trails (km)

50

Blue

Red

Black

25

15

10

The highest point (m)

2350



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