With 17 chair and ski lifts spread over 53 kilometers of pistes, Sörenberg is the largest winter sports area in the canton of Lucerne and perfect for all generations. The little ones have fun with Snowli, learn their first turns in the Kids Village and later test what they have learned in the Mooraclum children's paradise on the Rossweid. Those who already have a firm grip on skiing can show their skills on the steeper slopes at the Hundsknubel, on the «Grandmother» descent, at the Raiffeisen Speed Check or on the varied freestyle line. If you like it easy on the slopes, you can glide completely relaxed over hills and pastures, through forests and moorland and relax in one of the numerous mountain restaurants. It gets challenging in the Eisee ski area on the Brienzer Rothorn. Experienced skiers as well as freeriders get their money's worth on the brand-black descent from Lucerne's highest peak.
Non-skiers also feel at home in Sörenberg, as there are a number of attractive offers for them too. For example, gliding over the panoramic cross-country ski trails from Salwideli to the valley station of the Rothorn cable car, tobogganing comfortably on the toboggan runs, following the winter hiking trails or snowshoe trails at a leisurely pace, or looking for a treasure on the detective trail. All of this within an attractive ski area, where people with different interests can meet for lunch in one of the numerous restaurants. This is how Sörenberg becomes an uncomplicated winter paradise.
The holiday resort of Sörenberg lies at 1,165 meters above sea level. in the UNESCO Biosphere Entlebuch. The unique nature, animal and plant world and the many protected moors can be discovered while hiking or biking. You might even see a golden eagle or an ibex. The region is also a highlight for families and nature lovers in winter.
Holidays in Sörenberg means experiencing and living in nature, participating in the wonders of the animal and plant world. Nowhere else in Switzerland are there so many nationally protected moors in such a small area as here. The moor landscape is characterized by the extreme contrast between the soft, round surface forms of the moors and the rugged relief of the Schrattenfluh and the imposing mountains all around. The highest Lucerne mountain, the Brienzer Rothorn offers at 2350 m above sea level. M. a fantastic 360° panorama. Sörenberg and Flühli form a holiday destination that is strongly geared towards families.