Supreme doorstep skiing!

Spectacularly set beneath the high peaks of the stunning Brenta Dolomites, Madonna di Campiglio is one of Europe’s most fashionable ski resorts offering excellent value for money with its scenic, wooded and easily navigable slopes, all served by a state-of-the art lift system.
Enjoy a taste of luxury in the magnificent embrace of the Brenta Dolomites!
  • Doorstep skiing
  • Big Ski Area
  • Spectacular scenery and ambience
  • Superb quality hotels
  • Après Ski
  • Resort Height: 850m–2500m
  • No. of Lifts: 59
  • No. of Trails: 108
  • Easy Runs: 49
  • Medium Runs: 39
  • Difficult Runs: 20
  • Skiable Area: 156km
  • Longest Run: 5.8km
  • Snow Making: Over 95%
  • Lift Pass: Campiglio di Brenta
  • Pizza / Ice Cream / Crepe evenings
  • Ice-Skating
  • Swimming
  • Night skiing
  • Bowling
  • Disco
  • Dog sledding

A fantastic experience

The resort’s pedestrianised centre has a great variety of restaurants, cafes & shops and exudes pure Italian charm in a relaxed, refined atmosphere that attracts Italian and international visitors alike. Where else can your group experience fabulous doorstep skiing followed by the excitement of dog sledding? With one of the best snow records in the Dolomites, and state of the art snow making, snow cover is almost guaranteed over the whole 150km ski area and bad weather won’t disrupt your skiing as the tree lined slopes offer plenty of shelter to keep you skiing.

The Ski Area

The Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta (Madonna di Campiglio/Folgàrida/Marilléva/Pinzolo) has runs at all levels of difficulty. From long, wide gentle slopes to challenging tree-lined runs, there is something for everyone and is the perfect resort for school groups.

It’s generally acknowledged in the ski world that there are few resorts with such a good selection of long blue and red runs and the modern efficient lift system (with wi-fi hotspots) means more time on snow and less time on lifts as you explore the whole area.

Perfect for beginners…

Beginners will enjoy the easy access to the gentle slopes on the edge of the village and the great progression on to longer blue runs radiating down from the Pradalago and Passo Groste peaks. The fabulous tree lined slopes make for an excellent teaching environment and students will soon be chasing onto the long red runs on Cinque Laghi & Monte Spinale areas before testing their ski legs by exploring over towards the Monte Vigo peak. From Monte Vigo skiers start above the tree line and sweep down the wide panoramic slopes into the trees towards Folgarida and Marilleva.

… and for Advanced skiers

To the south the resort of Pinzolo offers slopes to suit all skiers but more advance skiers will be itching to try the Tulot Audi Black run – at 2.6km with up to 70% incline – a true test for all skiers. Adrenaline hunters are well catered for with the highlights being the Canalone Miramonti World Cup Run in Cinque Laghi; the Schumacher Streif from Monte Spinale and the black-diamond Amazzonia from the top of the Pradalago cable car not to be missed!…