Madonna di Campiglio Ski Resort

Madonna di Campiglio is one of Italy’s top resorts, offering 150km of well-groomed slopes, stunning Dolomite scenery and a lot to do off the slopes.

The mostly tree-lined slopes of the ski area are an intermediate’s paradise, but there are also some good beginner areas and some steeper terrain on offer for those less or more experienced. Despite the relatively low altitude, a vast snowmaking system ensures reliable conditions throughout the winter, just keep an eye for slushier patches come spring. The resort itself is bustling, with lots of good shops, lively bars and excellent restaurants, all set in a pretty wooded valley and surrounded by breathtaking Dolomite scenery.

This season Ski Club Freshtracks are running two very popular Peak Experience holidays to the resort – book early to avoid disappointment!

Our Madonna di Campiglio Resort Ratings

  • Beginner ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
  • Intermediate ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
  • Advanced ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
  • Snow Reliability ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
  • Fast Lifts ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
  • Resort Activities ★ ★ ★ ★ ☆
  • Après ★ ★ ★ ☆ ☆
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Pros

Fantastic linked ski area with great snowmaking

Loads of wooded slopes which are attractive and good in bad weather

Lively resort with lots going on

Cons

Limited challenges for advanced/expert skiers and boarders

Some accommodation can be a distance away from the slopes

Getting to the far end of Folgarida or Pinzolo can take a while

Madonna di Campiglio Skiing and Snowboarding

The 150km of slopes suit beginners and intermediates best. For absolute beginners there is a good area on the edge of the village, from which point progression on to longer blues is excellent – in fact there are few resorts with such a good selection of long blue runs. Intermediates then have the pick of the slopes, stretching all the way to Folgarida to the north and Pinzolo to the south.

For a Dolomite resort, the Madonna ski area has more tough terrain than average – 22% of the pistes are rated black. The best are on Monte Spinale, but there are also good challenges towards Marilleva. Off piste is generally limited, both by local rules and relatively sparse natural snowfall.

  • Total Pistes: 150km
  • Blue: 33%
  • Red: 45%
  • Black: 22%
  • Lifts: 59
  • Altitude: 852m – 2504m

Madonna di Campiglio Piste Map

The local area map can be downloaded here.

Madonna di Campiglio Resort

Madonna di Campiglio is mainly built in a traditional Alpine style and has a nice, car-free centre as the village is bypassed by through-traffic. Near the centre is a small park and a lake which is used for skating and there are some good cross country trails in the valley. The town does spread out quite a bit however, so some accommodation may be a decent walk from the lifts.

There are some lively spots for après, especially at the foot of Monte Spinale and at Grostè. Food throughout the resort is also usually a highlight, both on the slopes and back in town.

How to get to Madonna di Campiglio

Verona is the nearest airport, with the transfer taking around two hours. Venice and Bergamo are other options – the transfer from both takes around three hours.

  • Verona airport: 2 hours
  • Venice airport: 3 hours
  • Bergamo airport: 3 hours

Madonna di Campiglio Contact Details

Good For

Ability
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
In Resort
  • Family Friendly
  • Ski To Door
  • Village Charm
On Slope
  • Boarder
  • Fast Lifts
  • No Queues
  • Snow Reliability
  • Terrain Parks

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