Your starting point
& retreat
When your legs are
tired from hiking, our beds
promise a restful night’s sleep!
Memorable hikes in South Tyrol

Hiking in Sterzing
and its surroundings

The most comfortable stopover
on the Brenner route

Stay with us, enjoy your stay and start your unforgettable mountain experience feeling refreshed the next morning. Our hotel is ideally located for easy access to a wide variety of high Alpine tours, whether you want to start or finish with us!
Church and lake
  • Spacious rooms (single, twin, double and triple) with free high-speed Wi-Fi
  • Complete flexibility, thanks to self-check-in terminal, online check-in for pre-registration and online payment for uncomplicated departure.
  • Regional and balanced breakfast starting at 7 a.m.
  • Drying room for wet/damp sportswear incl. shoe dryer and wash machi
  • Free parking directly at the hotel
  • Close to the city with restaurants and shopping
Crossing the Alps
Tip 1:
Crossing the Alps
From Tegernsee lake to Sterzing
On foot from Germany to Italy – that’s an experience no hiker will easily forget!

The final destination of this trip is the town of Sterzing, and many hikers enjoy their last day of hiking with us at Hotel Brenner. On the day of your departure, we will take you to the train station by shuttle (for a fee).
Pfunder high mountain trail
Tip 2:
Pfunder high mountain trail
From Sterzing to Bruneck
One of the best-known and most popular high-altitude trails in the Alpine region is a six-day tour that takes you through untouched nature with a picture-book panorama. The starting point is not far from Hotel Brenner, and we will take you by shuttle directly to the entry point in Wiesen (for a fee).

If you stay two nights at our hotel (at the beginning and on the last day of the tour), you can park your car for free at our hotel.
Wilder Pfaff and Zuckerhütl
Tip 3:
Wilder Pfaff and Zuckerhütl
On the highest peak of the Stubai Alps
Set off from Hotel Brenner on a breathtaking two-day tour and experience a unique mountain and glacier tour with an overnight stay in the Becherhaus, the highest refuge in South Tyrol. We will take you with our shuttle directly to the entry point in the Ridnauntal valley and pick you up again (for a fee).
Hochfeiler mountain – Zillertal Alps
Tip 4:
Hochfeiler mountain – Zillertal Alps
3,510 metres above sea level
We will take you by shuttle to the starting point to the Pfitscher Tal (for a fee). From there, you can reach the Hochfeilerhütte mountain hut in about three hours. Many surrounding peaks, including the Hochfeiler, the highest peak in the Zillertal Alps, can be reached from here.
and strategic
If you are travelling on business or want to make a stopover on a long journey, then the Hotel Brenner is your destination. Its location next to the Sadobre car park and at the A22 motorway exit is unbeatable!