At the Kreuzwiesenalm farm delicious cheeses from raw cow’s milk are produced
A mountain spectre used to run free on Lüsner Alm pasture (1,925 m) and bother the mowers and rakers, who proceeded to make a cross with their scythes and rakes and scare it away. This is how the pasture received the name "Kreuzwiesenalm". Nowadays it is Johannes, the farmer's son, who has a surprise in store for visitors to the pasture. In summer he makes tasty mountain pasture cheese, on sale all year round, in the cheese dairy.
Access route: Take the road from Lüsen to Flitt until you get to the Schweiger Boden car park (1,730 m) and the pasture may be reached in about 45 minutes by means of a footpath through the woods or the forestry path (see signposts).