21 November — 18 April
Madonna di Campiglio is a ski resort and village of the same name located in the north-east of Italy in the province of Trento.
Today, Madonna Li Campiglio is perhaps the number one resort in Italy, a real gem among the Dolomites. It never goes out of style. Since its opening, numerous national and international competitions have been held here every year.
The resort is located at an altitude of 1550 meters above sea level in a gorge between the Dolomiti di Brenta mountain ranges on one side and the Adamello and Presanella glaciers on the other.
With such a location, there is so much snow in winter that you can put on your skis right in the center of the city and not take them off all day, skiing along countless tracks of different difficulty levels and at different heights, up to 2600 meters.
For example, on the famous track 3 – Tre, where all types of ski competitions are held – slalom, giant slalom and downhill. For those who like long and rather gentle slopes with beautiful views around, the Graffer track can be recommended. For real experts there is a suitable descent Spinale Direttisimo, located on the mountain of the same name. And the legendary Canalone Miramonte track, which is the theater where the World Cup competitions are held, is at the disposal of those who want to skate at night.
The entire ski area of Madonna di Campiglio together with the new Skiarea Madonna di Campiglio – Pinzolo – Folgaria – Marilleva includes:
- 63 lifts
- 150 km of pistes
- 70,000 square meters of snowparks
- 40 km of cross-country ski tracks
The resort can simultaneously serve 30,000 tourists. It is estimated that about 300,000 tourists from all over the world come here every year.
The resort has a very convenient thing: along with the purchase of a ski pass, you can take out insurance for 2.5 euros per day.
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On average, the ski season here lasts from late November to mid April.
Ski pass prices
Day ski pass in high season will cost you € 58 for an adult, € 58 for children and € 41 for youth.
Total length of tracks 150 km. The vertical drop is 1652 meters. Preparation of slopes is carried out using special snow groomers of snow groomers. The excellent quality of the slopes is ensured by the artificial snowmaking system. In total, the resort has 1670 snow cannons that cover 95% of the tracks. Artificial lighting is provided on the slopes, which allows you to ride comfortably and train in the evening. For beginners, a special training slope is equipped – smooth and wide.
There are four main ski areas:
Spinale (2100 meters), Groste (2500 meters), Pradalago (2500 meters), Cinque Laghi (2200 meters). They can be climbed directly from the town of Madonna di Campiglio on gondola lifts. Their stations are located in different parts of the village.
An adrenaline rush is offered by the Ursus snow park, divided into three zones. The territory of the park is on 8 hectares of land, there are huge opportunities for freeriding, and for freestyle there are about 40 structures, such as kickers, step-up, step-down, funbox, spin, box and rails, a ski track for boardercross.
Invites you to ride a new 3-kilometer descent only for Monte Spinale sledges, which is lifted by the ski lift of the same name.
Vacationers are taken to the top 73 lifts: 18 gondola lift, 32 chairlift and 8 t-bar lift. There are 15 children’s lifts for beginners and children. The total length of the cable cars is 686 km, which are capable of transporting up to 108258 passengers/hour.
The nearest villages to the resort:
The Madonna di Campiglio Resort is not only a huge winter sports complex, but also a secular center for entertainment and relaxation. After an active sports day, you can relax here in numerous bars, restaurants, nightclubs, discos, cinemas, game halls.
The resort has 3 spa centers:
Corderzone Terme with thermal treatments and massage center in Terme Val Rendena Fonte San Antonio.
The Madonna di Campiglio Resort is surrounded on all sides by the Adamello – Brenta National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Therefore, immediately behind the ski area, a tourist begins with numerous lakes, streams, valleys, pastures, mountain caves.