Madonna di Campiglio Ski Resort, Italy

  • Resort height: 1550m
  • Highest lift: 2600m
  • No. of lifts: 61 (150 Superskirama)
  • No. of slopes: 100 (150 Superskirama)
  • Total piste: 150km (38 km Superskirama)
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Located in the heart of the Campiglio mountain range, the resort of Madonna comprises 150km of immaculately groomed slopes and a wonderfully modern ski lift system. Home of the famous ‘3Tre’ FIS World Cup slalom event, a huge snow park with 3 runs of varying difficulty and a town packed with fun bars, elegant restaurants and plenty of après ski entertainment.

Skiing and Boarding in Madonna Di Campiglio

Unsurprisingly the slopes of Madonna Di Campiglio are just and immaculately groomed as the residents and visitors to this ultra-classy destination. The resort frequently wins awards for the quality of the pistes, of which there are 150km to cruise along with nonchalant sophistication! For a bit more adventure you can ski into the Superskirama ski area – a 380km collaboration of the slopes above Madonna, Paso Tonale and six other villages in the Dolomite range.
The resort itself is located at 1530m and the majority of the skiable terrain is below 2100m (topping out at just 2500m). It’s advisable to visit Madonna di Campiglio in the colder, more snow-sure months of winter if you want to get the best ski conditions. For freestylers, the Ursus snow park is considered to be one of Europe’s best.

Lift Pass Options in Madonna Di Campiglio

The following resorts form the Superskirama circuit: Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo, Folgarida Marilleva, Pejo, Ponte di Legno/Paso Tonale, Paganella Ski, Monte Bondone, Alpe Cimbra-Folgaria and Lavarone. Confusingly that’s 8 resorts in total (some are twinned villages), 150 ski lifts and 380km of pistes to explore on one great value lift pass.

Activities in Madonna Di Campiglio

As well as cruising around on the majestic slopes or mooching around the picturesque and chic village of Madonna di Campiglio, you can also enjoy some other non-skiing activities like:
  • Swim & Spa
  • Paragliding
  • Cinema
  • Dog sledding
  • Ice climbing
  • Snow biking
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Floodlit skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Ice skating

Après Ski in Madonna Di Campiglio

Apres ski in Madonna is best served as described – straight after skiing. The village quietens down in the evening and the focus shifts much more towards dining in the villages many restaurants and bistros.
Hungry Wolf – Lederhosen-clad staff, sheep-skin laden chairs and all the Aperol you can get your hands on. As quintessentially Italian-Alpine as you can get!

Places to eat in Madonna Di Campiglio

There is a wealth of restaurants in Madonna di Campiglio, from great value Italian traditional to full on Michelin star affairs (of which there are 3).

  • Stube Hermitage, Hermitage Hotel – Michelin-starred. Just out of the village in a taxi but the quality is well worth it for a special occasion.
  • Le Roi Pizzeria – Italian and Tyrollean classics such as pizzas, pasta, local meats, stews with dumplings and soups. Hearty and popular.
  • Malga Vigo – If you’re looking for authenticity on the mountain this is it. A renovated cow shed for atmosphere and a thoroughly modern menu for your taste buds.

Family Ski Options in Madonna Di Campiglio

Madonna di Campiglio is a family-friendly resort with many activities and services dedicated to family ski holidays.

  • Kids-club and high altitude family park
  • Children’s activity areas
  • Husky dog sledding
  • Child-size lifts and nursery slopes
  • Family-friendly hotels

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Report last updated at:
Sat 20th Apr 2019