Hotel Jonathan

We are your ideal located hotel for winter season

Leave the stress of daily life behind. Surrender to the stillness, the clear air and the sublime sight of the snow-covered mountain ranges. Merge with the wintry nature of the Eisacktal and leave for romantic winter walks. As a typical winter hotel in one of the most enchanting regions of South Tyrol, we offer a cozy retreat for a wonderful winter holiday away from the ski slopes.

In our hotel with spa in Brixen, after an active hiking day, a beautiful spa with swimming pool, sauna and an evocative relaxation area waits for you. Here you can let the day's experiences to reminisce and recharge your batteries for new tours.
Winter hiking on the Rodeneck Alp

The close Rodenecker / Lüsner Alp is a paradise for winter hiking or snowshoeing.

The long mountain ridge has many charming passages and winter hiking trails, from where you have magnificent panoramic views of the Dolomites peaks. Additionally, if you cross the Rodenecker / Lüsen Alp on snowshoes, you will be even more independent from the road network. You can easily trudge through the white splendor and choose your own route, according to your own taste. Cross the Kompatscher meadows, allow yourself to a hot drink in one of the cozy huts and enjoy the quiet view in front of you eyes.
Snowshoe tour at the mountain top

Königsanger, Astjoch, Campill and Gabler

In our winter hotel we can give you tour tips and advice, about where the snow hiking is particularly worthwhile in our region. The route to the Königsanger is always an experience. On the Rodenecker / Lüsen Alp Astjoch and Campill are two peaks that invite to discover them and to enjoy a fantastic panoramic view from there. Equally exciting is the view from Gabler on the Plose near Brixen. There are other beautiful peak tours, extensive trails for winter hiking through deep forests, along crystal clear streams and through picturesque villages, about which we will gladly inform you in details on site.
Fürstnergasse 21
39040 Natz-Schabs
South Tyrol