Madonna di Campiglio Ski Resort and Ski Holidays

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Madonna di Campiglio   Resort Information
Season Dec to April
Nearest Airport Verona
Ski Area 155km
Ski Lifts 61
Ski Runs 142
Longest Run 7km
Resort Height 1550m
Snowball Ratings
Beginners 3.5 / 5
Intermediates 4.5 / 5
Experts 3 / 5
Families 4.5 / 5
Nightlife 4 / 5
Affordability 4 / 5
Non Ski Activities 4 / 5

Madonna di Campiglio

An intermediate’s paradise, Madonna di Campiglio is one Italy's most renowned ski resorts. Based in the stunning Rendena Valley deep in the heart of the Brenta Dolomites, visitors will be in awe of the dramatic scenery of this area. The resort, built in an attractive traditional style, radiates a sophisticated charm with a guaranteed warm welcome and superb hospitality, typical of the country.Prices here too are reasonable when out and about.

The Skiing

Madonna di Campiglio is linked with the neighbouring ski areas of Folgarida, Marilleva and Pinzolo offering over 150km of exquisitely prepared and mainly intermediate pistes. The modern lift system allows you to move effortlessly from one ski area to another, without staring nervously over precipes with no way back!.

Beginners will find excellent nursery slopes a short free bus ride away at the neighbouring village of Campo Carlo Magno. Progression to the upper slopes is easy with plenty of long wide blues enabling you to get lots of kilometres under your skis, high up in the peaks.

Ski holidays in Madonna di Campiglio are perfect for intermediates who will enjoy exploring the varied terrain with open mountain piste at the top before cruising beautiful tree lined runs below. A real confidence booster is the Schumacher Streif, named after the famous F1 drivert. There are lots more long runs too to enjoy.

Although not known for its advanced skiing, Madonna di Campiglio does offer some good challenges for experts with long sweeping blacks located in each sector, from the top of Spinale and Pradalago, back to the village. as well as the famous 3 Tre World Cup race piste.The lift system and piste marking etc are first rate, with continuous upgrades, so we highly recommend Madonna for mixed groups.


Apres-ski in Madonna di Campiglio is fairly laid-back with skiers usually heading straight from the mountain to one of the bars in town to make the most of happy hour. Evenings are typically Italian so you’ll find the streets bustling with well dressed people visiting the smart boutiques, lively bars or cosmopolitan cafes.

The resort has around 20 restaurants for sampling the delicious local cuisine with pizzerias and pasta houses the main theme. For those looking for something more energetic, there are a number of lively bars that stay open until late.


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