Madonna di Campiglio Ski Holidays

Madonna di Campiglio ski resort is glamorous and luxurious. Go skiing in Madonna di Campiglio to enjoy 150km of varied pistes.

Madonna di Campiglio Ski Resort Italy

Madonna di Campiglio is a stylish and secluded village set in between the Brenta Dolomites and the high peaks of Adamello and Presanella. This ultra chic ski resort offers great skiing amongst some of the loveliest scenery in the Dolomites.

Madonna di Campiglio is an affluent Dolomiti town with a well-heeled, predominantly Italian clientele. The varied, snow-sure ski area (connected to nearby Pinzolo and Folgarida-Marilleva) offers over 150km of immaculately groomed pistes that reach an altitude of 2,500m. The slopes are best suited to leisurely intermediates with some of the best cruising terrain in the Alps, both above and below the tree-line. There are, however, plenty of options for more adventurous skiing, including some steep blacks and plenty of off-piste, served by a state-of-the-art, award-winning lift system.

Madonna di Campiglio is well-known for its shopping, with more than 40 shops dotted around the village. The compact, traffic-free centre houses many smart boutiques and the early evening atmosphere is vibrant. Whether you're looking for rustic mountain charm or à la carte fine dining, you're sure to find it in Madonna di Campiglio.

Call our ski experts to find out more about skiing in Madonna di Campiglio.

Madonna di Campiglio Transfer time
  • Verona

Resort Statistics

Resort Altitude: 1,520m

Resort Skiing: 2,505m

Total Ski Area: 150km

Lifts: 60

Blue Runs: 60km

Red Runs: 68km

Black Runs: 22km

Ski Areas in Madonna di Campiglio

Known as the Pearl of the Dolomites,  Madonna di Campiglio offers an extensive ski area with access to Cinque Laghi, Spinale, Pradalago and Pinzolo areas. With over 150km of varied terrain, at an elevation of up to 2,505m and a highly-rated interconnected lift system available, it is no wonder the resort is hugely popular. There is a vast snowmaking system meaning skiing is always accessible. ​

Madonna di Campiglio accommodations

Madonna di Campiglio Ski Accommodation

Skiing in Madonna di Campiglio

The vast ski area of Madonna di Campiglio means there is something for everyone. Beginners and intermediates can enjoy long blues and good progression runs are available. For advanced intermediates and experts, there are numerous blacks as well as off-piste areas and racing runs. The long sweeping black slope, Spinale Direttissima, is perfect for those wanting a challenge. Cross-country routes and night-skiing are also available in this resort. ​


Snowboarding in Madonna di Campiglio

Snowboarding in Madonna di Campiglio offers wide groomed trails and good opportunities for off-piste. Snowboarders can also enjoy the four terrain parks on offer across the resort. The URSUS snowpark located in the Grosté area offers different sections for all levels of boarders. The resort is especially good for beginners with gentle runs and easy access to more difficult runs. 


Ski Schools in Madonna di Campiglio

With many ski schools and instructors to choose between, there really is something for everybody.

We’ve partnered with SkiBro, New Generation and Oxygène and highly recommend their services. All of our partners offer fantastic lessons for all ability levels.

Click here to book your ski lessons with our recommended suppliers.

If you’re traveling during a peak week be sure to book these well in advance.

Crèches in Madonna di Campiglio

Rendy Ski School offers lessons for children between ages 3 and 5 in the Rendy Snow Park, where there are a range of obstacles, making learning how to ski fun and enjoyable. In addition, Tana di Rendy hosts a mini club for children between 3 and 8 years, in which they offer alternative activities to skiing including cooking lessons. 



Madonna di Campiglio snow

Madonna di Campiglio Snow

Restaurants in Madonna di Campiglio

The resort has a variety of restaurants to suit everyone. Le Roi Pizzeria serves good food at good value, making it perfect for families. Fine dining options include Chalet Fiat on Monte Spinale with delicious food and beautiful expansive views. The Stube Hermitage Restaurant in the Hermitage Hotel and the Gallo Cedrone are also worth a visit, with Michelin-starred head chefs. 


Après Ski in Madonna di Campiglio

Madonna di Campiglio offers several lively bars for an après scene. Piano 54 hosts a DJ through the evening and is also known on resort for its 'show dinner' every Wednesday, offering food and various performances. After the après is over, Piano 54 turns into Des Alpes Mood Club that stays open until late. 

Read more about Madonna di Campiglio après ski here


Non-skiers have plenty to do in resort - a three-mile toboggan run from Monte Spinale accessed by the Spinale Gondola, various walking trails and ice skating to name a few. Nearby resort Folgarida has many paths for snow hiking and guided tours are offered by Gruppo Guide Alpine. In the Madonna di Campiglio town, there is a public wellness centre open with indoor pool, whirlpool and sauna to use. 


Madonna di Campiglio Ski Holidays


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