Rodeneck is characterised by its quiet situation off beaten tracks. The many hours of sun and the mild dry climate attract numerous guests to the hamlet that is guarded by Rodenegg Castle. From here, you can enjoy unblocked views across the Eisacktal, Wipptal and the Pustertal valleys. In direct proximity, hikers can find routes across all degrees of difficulty: Leisurely trails through forests and past meadows, extended trips to the Rodenecker-Lüsner Alm or alpine trekking tours along the surrounding summits of South Tyrol, guests can freely choose their preference depending on skills and interests. In winter as well, Rodeneck is a popular holiday destination where winter sports enthusiasts will find the ideal starting points to conquer the surrounding winter sports area on skis or with the snowboard. At the Rodenecker-Lüsner Alm alpine and cross-country skiing, as well as snow-shoe hiking tours guarantee sportive pleasures out and about in the fresh air. Rodenegg Castle
The mighty Rodenegg Castle overlooks the Rienz gorge. The privately owned salient building accommodates some of the oldest murals in all the German-speaking countries: The Ywein frescos form the heart of Rodenegg Castle. Immerse into the past and be enchanted. Rodenecker Lüsner Alm
At the Rodenecker Lüsner Alm, Europe’s longest alpine pasture, the clocks runs more slowly. Whether sportive-active or leisurely-relaxed – here every type will find its speed. No less than five huts invite guests to stay and inspire them with their home-made delicacies. FULL MOON DINNER
The Full Moon Dinner on the Rodenecker-Lüsner Alp is the ultimate romantic experience for snow fans. Set out to explore the moonlit snowscape with a hiking guide at your side, hear exciting stories about the Earth’s bright satellite and indulge with a toothsome candlelight dinner. Book now and get ready for a heart-stealing trek into a wintry paradise! Creation trail
“In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty". Thus begins the most famous book in the world and the tale of how the universe was created. No place known to man reflects the biblical origin of stars, light and life quite like the quaint shapes of an Alpine landscape. Perhaps this is the reason why an attempt was made on the Rodenecker-Lüsner Alp to capture the milestones in the history of Creation and to reproduce them in seven extraordinary, inspiring works of art.