Luserna / Lusérn , a small mountain village at 1,333 m, located at South East of Trento , now represents the last island where the language cimbra , an old Bavarian, is still spoken fluently by 90% of the population.
It is located on the central-southern border of a large mountain pasture that winds through the areas of Folgaria is Lavarone and from there to the Vezzena Pass (1,402 m asl) where, through the narrow saddle of the Val d’Assa, you reach the nearby Altopiano dei Sette Comuni – Asiago.
The territory, characterized by natural terraces, extends over the underlying Astico Valley creating deep valleys and overhangs, with gradients of up to six hundred meters.
The morphology of the landscape means that the area is moderately undulating and that the peaks hardly exceed 2000 meters in height.
Lusérn is developing its own detail tourist physiognomy : in summer it is the ideal place for a stay dedicated to Relax , of complete immersion in the nature and for gastronomic tastings , in winter it enjoys an interesting strategic position not far from the Millegrobbe cross-country skiing center and from Lavarone ski area .
Millennial borderland, it has been able to preserve and pass on ancient traditions. Today Lusérn has a rich outdoor proposal made up of trekking paths, bike paths and a pedestrian path that crosses extensive pastures.
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