Skiing in Madonna di Campiglio

Madonna di Campiglio is one of Italian skiing historical destination. Always elegant and fashionable, it has always been up with the times, always being at the top at national and international levels.

It lies at 1550 meters in the beautiful basin between the group of Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello - Presanella’s glaciers. The variety of its mountain environment provides the opportunity to do countless kilometers of ski slopes up to 2600 meters, with always different difficulties, starting from the town center and coming back without taking off the skis.

Madonna di Campiglio is famous for being ah high-society destination: for the après-ski there are many restaurants, night clubs, discos, cinemas, arcades and three Spas; in Coderzone Terme you can benefit of spa treatments , there is the beauty-massage center at the Rendena Fonte S. Antonio Spa.
As you step outside the city center of Madonna di Campiglio you will be enchanted by lakes, small valleys, brooks, alpine huts and mountain refuges in the 50,000 hectares of the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park.

Technical description:
The ski district of Madonna di Campiglio has greatly expanded recently, thanks to new connections with the valleys of Marilleva and Folgarida, with ski slopes for everyone, easy and techniques. Campiglio is the center of the new Pinzolo-Madonna di Campiglio-Folgarida-Marilleva Ski Area, which boasts 63 ski lifts and it runs along 150 km of slopes, 70,000 square meters of snow parks, 40 km for Nordic skiing and the connection, just skiing, with Pinzolo and Folgarida-Marilleva.

The 3-Tre of Campiglio is a historical slope where were held all the alpine skiing races (slalom, downhill and giant), now home of the slalom. For those who love not too steep, long and scenic slopes we recommend the Graffer, while for the more experienced the Spinale Direttissima that descends from the homonymous mount and arrives in town.
The mythical Canalone Miramonti, scene of World Cup races, is available for those who want to ski at night (0465/447744).

Recommended period: from December to April

Artificial snow: YES, excellent

Illuminated slopes: YES
Baby Park: YES (
School camps: YES, many
Ski school: YES, many

Adrenaline is offered by Ursus Snowpark, it consists of 3 areas, with more than 8 hectares of freestyle land and about 40 structures like kickers, step-up, step-down, fun box, spine, boxes and rails, and a boardercross slope.

Skipass: click here or here

Shuttles and connections:
From the village you can take various lifts, all connected with the other districts of the Campiglio-Pinzolo-Marilleva-Folgarida ski area. You can leave you car at the hotel and take the ski bus if the hotel is not right next to the ski lifts.

Avalanches’ bulletin: click here
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Points of interest


The only Dolomites group west of the Adige river, it has always been a famous destination for climbers and hikers from all over the world since it offers an amazing variety of climbs, guided trails and paths, as well as dozens of alpine huts at high altitude. The Brenta Dolomites are characterized by the striking rock towers, that at sunrise and sunset cover in the typical pink colour, and by the grandeur of its sceneries. The entire mountain range is included in the territory of the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park, an unforgettable scenario to spend moments immersed in a beautiful nature, surrounded by the majesty of the mountains.


Divided in high, middle and low Falls, they are linked together by the Vallesinella steam and they stretch for more than a kilometer. The river descends downhill, offering a charming landscape, dotted with jumps and streams but also by numerous caves and several karst features determined by water flow, which over time has built natural bridges and springs.


Immersed in the evocative setting of the Brenta Dolomites, this snow park is one of the most loved and frequented by international riders from all over the world, who come here to enjoy more than 40 facilities available (freestyle, kickers, step-up, step down, funbox, spines, boxes and rails, and a boardercross slope). It has three distinct areas, with different levels of difficulty, available for experienced riders, beginners and even children.




Technical data

City of departure: Pinzolo

Departure: Pinzolo

City of arrival: Pinzolo

Arrival: Pinzolo

Length (Km): 60

Difficulty: See infomap

Discipline: Alpine skiing/Snowboard

Type of Itinerary: Full day

Difference in height (m): 0

Difference in downhill (m): 0

Highest point (m): 2500

Lowest point (m): 1500

Duration (h.): 0

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