Madonna di Campiglio – Ski Vacations For All Walks of Life

Madonna di Campiglio used to be the ski resort for the rich, the powerful and the noble just over 100 years ago. Boy, how times have changed! Today, the rich and powerful still visit the resort, but it opens its arms to everyone, regardless of financial status or power. The resort was sought after back then (as it is today) because of the backdrop of the toothy Brenta Dolomites and the nearby glaciers of Presanella and Adamello. There are limestone walls jutting in contrasts in the distance, too.
Madonna di Campiglio skiing offers some of the largest and longest slopes in the Western Europe. Madonna di Campiglio, Marilleva and Folgarida come under one ski pass for one price. The maximum skiable altitude lies at 2504 meters, with a maximum vertical drop of 585 meters; it is the longest run at 3.6 km. There are 60 km of skiing and snowboarding spread out over 36 different ski runs. Madonna di Campiglio offers with the ski holiday a unique nature experience, with stables holding animals, national parks all around and nature trails for snow (and summer) hiking. Other summer outings include golf, Nordic walking, mountaineering, paragliding, mountain biking and fishing.
MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO ACCOMMODATION: Though luxury was at its peak in the later 1800s and early 1900s, Madonna di Campiglio lodging still holds onto a lavishness that will never disappear. There are seemingly more four-star hotels in Madonna di Campiglio than any other Italian ski resort. Many, too, offer prices that are worth a seven-day stay, for families and couples alike. Hotels top the list, but chalets and apartments can be let (rented) during the holiday season.

Skigebiet Madonna di Campiglio

Allgemeine Informationen

Min. Seehöhe: 850 m
Max. Seehöhe: 2504 m


Nächster Flughafen: Verona, 150 km
Nächster Bahnhof: Tronto, 73 km
Direkter Bus vom Bahnhof
Direkter Shuttle vom Bahnhof

Mehr zum Skigebiet

Alle Skipisten: 150 km
Langlaufloipe: 22 km


Blau: 44 km
Rot: 36 km
Schwarz: 15 km