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Madonna di Campiglio

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Skiing, shopping and luxury in the Dolomites

Surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Brenta Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Madonna di Campiglio, with its 155 kilometres of slopes, is one of the most famous ski resorts in Trentino and beyond. This “Queen of Snow”, as it has been nicknamed, offers visitors the chance to experience the world of the mountains in all its facets, from the sportier and more adrenaline-pumping adventures to the more glamorous and social activities.

If you are just starting out and prefer skiing on easier pistes, the Graffer slope is perfect for you. Intermediate skiers can enjoy the famous 3-Tre slope, with the Canalone Miramonti, an established World Cup World Cup slalom ski course. Meanwhile, the most well-trained and experienced skiers can launch themselves at breakneck speed down the Spinale Direttissima, which plunges from an altitude of 2,100 metres down to the village at 1,550 metres, reaching a maximum gradient of 70%.

If you love scenic walks, we recommend the 45-minute Sentiero dei Siori route. You can also enjoy an invigorating snowshoe hike along Lake Nambino, which takes 70 minutes. For the more daring, Via dei Fevri is a long route with an altitude difference of over 750 metres that leads up to a sensational view of the entire village.

For the youngest visitors, there is a family park, mini clubs, educational farms, and facilities and restaurants with dedicated services for children.
In the centre of Madonna di Campiglio, luxury boutiques and high-end fashion shops offer the best Made in Italy products. Don’t miss out on an evening aperitif at the former hunting lodge of Franz Joseph I of Austria, which is now a bar and the most fashionable meeting place in the area. 

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