Madonna di Campiglio: pure skiing fun

The fancy village with the enigmatic name is located at about 1,500 m above sea level, embedded in a hollow between the Brenta Dolomites and the mighty glaciers Presanella and Adamello.

From the second half of the 19th century Madonna di Campiglio has been considered as one of the finest ski-regions in the Alps – and justifiably so.

First and foremost its popularity is due to the nearly endless, snow-sure ski runs ranging from the outskirts of town to 2,600 m high mountains. There are easy slopes for beginners as well as black downhill pistes for pros.

Fast lift facilities, a snow park for freestylers and snowboarders, convenient connections to neighboring skiing regions and a comprehensive range of hotels and restaurants complete the offering for passionate winter sportsmen. In short: During a winter holiday in Madonna di Campiglio in Trentino nearly every wish can be satisfied.

In summer however the nature park Adamello-Brenta offers countless possibilities for hikers, bikers and nature lovers. Finally the exciting contrast between pristine nature and swank, modern holiday resort is a crucial factor for the particularity of Madonna di Campiglio.