Madonna di Campiglio is located in Trentino, in a valley between the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello and Presanella glaciers.
Madonna di Campiglio is part of the new Madonna di Campiglio - Pinzolo - Folgarida – Marilleva ski area
, more than 150 km of connected ski runs
and 40 km of cross country skiing trails.
The modern ski lifts and the Pinzolo-Campiglio Express cable-car covers a length of more than 4 km. It’s a fast connection between ski areas
that was inaugurated when the 2011-2012 ski season officially started.
The vast and beautiful ski area covers almost 100 ski runs and 5 snow parks
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The ski area is also the location of the famous Audi FIS World Cup race
Madonna di Campiglio is located in the Adamello Brenta Natural Park
, a 620 ksq protected area
characterized by beautiful forests, alpine lakes and the Adamello glacier
, one of the largest in Europe. The park boasts kms of well-organized trails to practice trekking, mountain biking, Nordic walking and horse riding. Furthermore, it is characterized several animal species and has been part of the UNESCO Geoparks Network since 2008.
Madonna di Campiglio is located at a short distance from Terme di Comano
, one of the eight Trentino spas. The waters at Terme di Comano are known as "a friend for your skin," because they are an excellent remedy for skin problems (psoriasis, allergies, dermatitis etc.) Furthermore, these waters are well-known for treating respiratory problems – chronic as well – such as sinusitis, rhinitis, bronchitis etc.
You’ll find many spas specialized in treatments involving alpine herbs, hay and raw materials
that belong to the territory.
The traditions of Madonna di Campiglio are related to agriculture and cattle-breeding
, the activities that have characterized the economy of these mountain areas for a very long time. Tourism is a more recent discovery that immediately gave a sense of uniqueness to the town. Madonna di Campiglio immediately became an exclusive resort
and the Emperor of Austria, Franz Joseph and his wife, Princess Sissi spent their holidays there between 1889 and 1894
Trentino opened several museums
(including the Museum of the Malga (hut) and Museum of the skis) in order to keep traditions alive. In particular, people appreciate the many churches that symbolize of devotion of the inhabitants.