Madonna di Campiglio
With its noble history and charm, Madonna di Campiglio is known as the Pearl of the Dolomites and has been irresistibly attracting skiers for over 100 years.
Ski Area: Open
Snow condition: Very GoodLast update: 18/01/2020
25 / 25
Ski lifts opened
60 / 60
Km of open pistes
58 - 150cm
Valley / Mountain
-8° / -4°
min. / max
Madonna di Campiglio, the nerve centre of the Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta Val di Sole Val Rendena Skiarea, provides guests with 150 km of slopes connected by 61 modern, fast ski lift systems, which means you can ski slope after slope without having to take your skis off.
Ski lifts include the Pinzolo-Campiglio Express cablecar, which connects Campiglio with the Pinzolo ski district in 20 minutes and affords stunning views over the Brenta Dolomites. A single Skipass appropriately called Skiarea allows you to use all the ski lifts and slopes in the area, including those in Folgarida, Pinzolo and Madonna di Campiglio
70,000 m2 of slopes and equipped jumps are set up at the Ursus Snowpark in Grostè while, on the Pradalago mountainside, a MiniPark is available for schools and beginners. In the 11 ski-schools, over 300 instructors offer their experience and knowledge about various techniques. You can also ice-skate on the small frozen lake of the Campiglio basin.
The Campo Carlo Magno Cross-country Centre features 22 km total routes, including trails reserved for school camp and trails reserved for competitions - the centre is part of the SuperNordicSkipass plan. The area features many different routes for hiking, snow-shoe walking or ski-mountaneering.
The town is famous for its high-society life, although visitors just need a-few-minute walk outside the town to be surrounded by a number of lakes, valleys and mountain-huts in the beautiful landscape offered by the Brenta Dolomites.