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Ski area Madonna di Campiglio

Information about the ski area
Highest point: 2,580 m Gondola lift: 5
Lowest point: 852 m Pistes in total: 60 km
Altitude ski resort: 1,550 m
27 km
Lifts in total: 20
25 km
Tow lifts: 0
8 km
Chair lifts: 15

Ski area Madonna di Campiglio

With the "SkiArea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta" lift pass, you have access to a total of 150 km of piste and 72 lifts up to an altitude of 2,500 m, located in the ski areas of Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo sowie Folgarida - Marilleva (see ski region).

The ski area Madonna di Campilgio itself offers over 60 km of piste and 20 lifts. Most lifts start directly in the centre and the primarily easy to intermediate pistes will excite beginners and leisurely skiers. Experts are also provided for: the famous FIS piste "3-Tre", where the world cup men's slalom was held, as well as the "Spinale Direttissima" on Monte Spinale are guaranteed to raise your adrenaline levels! The floodlit piste "Canalone Miramonti" ensures evening fun, boarders and free riders can burn off energy in numerous free ride and deep snow areas, as well as in two large snowparks. The snow park on Grostè attracts with various lines and obstacles, and is one of the largest in Europe! Neighbouring Pinzolo offers a further fun park with half-pipe. With the lift pass "Superskirama" you have access to 380 km of piste and 150 lifts in 8 ski regions.

If you purchase the "Superskirama" lift pass, you can ski also in the ski areas around Madonna di Campiglio: Folgarida-Marilleva, Pinzolo, Pejo, Tonale-Ponte di Legno, Andalo-Paganella, Monte Bondone as well as Folgaria-Lavarone. The lift pass is valid for one day each in these ski areas. A total of 380 km of piste, from which 340 km can be covered with artificial snow, so that you can ski for more days. Because the ski areas included in the lift pass "Superskirama" are not interconnected, they are only accessible by car.

Rules of conduct on ski pistes in Italy

In order to ensure safety on the ski pistes in Italy, new safety regulations will come into force from 2022. In order to use the ski areas, everyone must have liability insurance that covers damage to third parties. It will also be possible to take out this insurance on site for individual days. Drunken skiing is prohibited and punishable by heavy fines, with a maximum of 0.5 mg of alcohol per litre of blood. To reduce the risk of injury, helmets are also compulsory for all minors when skiing, snowboarding or tobogganing.
Piste map Madonna di Campiglio
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Night skiing Madonna di Campiglio

Of course, Italy is not all about Gelato and Dolce Vita - night skiing is also part of the deal. Neadby Madonna di Campiglio, in the night ski area Folgarida Marilleva, skiers can use the chance to spend the night on their skis. The perfectly prepared pistes are open for night skiing several times per week, and young and old alike can use the spectacularly illuminated piste until long after night fall, and enjoy the view of the lit up valley. Everybody who simply cannot get enough of skiing will truly get their money's worth. Huts and restaurants on the piste and in the valley invite you to step in and enjoy hot mulled wine, punch or tea.

Après ski Madonna di Campiglio

See and be seen - that's the theme in Madonna di Campiglio! As such, you'd best head to the glamorous resort's pedestrian zone and stroll through the posh boutiques or drink a cappuccino in a café. End your day cosily with typical Trentino cuisine and a good glass of wine. Afterwards, party in the bars and clubs, such as "Cliffhanger" or "Des Alpes". A visit worth while is the mountain hut Cinque Laghi at 2,064 m altitude. Guaranteed wonderful view with home-made cake. An indoor pool and an ice rink are available for sporty fun. Additionally, you also have the opportunity to take a snow shoe hike or a romantic dogsled ride through the wintry landscape. At the riding centre in Pinzolo, you can also explore the landscape on horseback. Adventurers can spend a night in an igloo at the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park!

Snowpark: Ursus Snowpark, Brenta Park Madonna di Campiglio

In the ski area of Madonna di Campiglio there are two snowparks available. The "Ursus" snowpark is known as one the best in Europe! The renowned area is located close to the mountain station of the Grostè gondola, at 2,500 m. Since the 2000, boarders and freestylers from all over to the world come here to enjoy some good freestyling. The approx. 70,000 m² large XXL park is a piece of shaper art, offering a total of approx. 40 obstacles divided into three sections (S, M and L). From boxes and rails, via step-ups and step-downs, fun boxes and spines, right up to kickers and various other play areas, this park offers everything a freestyler could wish for. Newly integrated, since winter 2015/16 is the "Minu Ursus Park", located directly at the Zeledria Express. This is where the youngest freestylers can get some practice done on some of the smaller boxes and easy rails.

The "Brenta Park" at Pinzolo is no less spectacular. It located in the neighbouring ski area Pinzolo, at approx. 1,900 m altitude, just below the black Grual piste. Various obstacles are suited for all skill levels and therefore provide for a vast playground. Two easy fun boxes and mini rails are great beginners and children, whereas the larger rails and 9 m rainbows are more suited for the pros.

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Expert rating report Madonna di Campiglio

The rating report Madonna di Campiglio comprises the main groups "Top rating categories", "Categories for special interests" and "Further rating categories" which all influence the overall result with their own count.

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(4.5 out of 5 stars)

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Families & children
Experts & freeriders
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