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Madonna di Campiglio

Madonna di Campiglio is a village in the North Italian region of Trentino-Alto Adige. Located at an elevation 1,550 m between the Western Dolomites and the glaciers of the Adamello- Presanella Alps, Madonna di Campiglio is about 30 km to the northwest of Trento. The 750 residents are mostly involved in the tourism industry, which was already introduced to the region in the 19th century.

Things to Do in Madonna di Campiglio

The place where European kings and queens spent their holidays more than 150 years ago is now the most renowned and most important mountain resort in Northern Italy.

Winter athletes love the Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta Ski Area, featuring 61 cable cars, 150 km of pistes of all levels of difficulty and 5 terrain parks at 2,500m above sea level. Madonna di Campiglio also boasts cross-country skiing trails, backcountry routes to the numerous summits of the Western Dolomites or snowshoe tours along one of the winter walking trails. The local sled dog school offers unique dog-sled rides through dreamy winter landscape. Ice climbing enthusiast will definitely enjoy the frozen waterfalls of the Brenta Valley.

The mountains of Madonna di Campiglio offer 450 km of hiking and walking trails and are the ideal scenery for a summer vacation. The Brenta Dolomites do not only feature numerous trekking routes to the various mountain huts, but also offers challenging high-mountain routes with vial ferratas. The area around the Adamello- Presanella Glacier is perfect for family outings or walks to mountain lakes or mountain restaurants.

The area features 26 different mountain biking and cycling routes of various levels of difficulty suitable for the young and the young at heart. The offer is completed by horse-back riding, golf courses, tennis courts, parachuting and fishing. Madonna di Campiglio accommodations range from luxury hotel and B&B to apartment house and camping site.