Discover the “Spring time” in Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Val Rendena
An important heritage to discover, also participating in the guided visits (on reservation) by the historian Paolo Bisti in Madonna di Campiglio and Giuseppe Ciaghi in Pinzolo. The map-guide underlines the facilities, the cultural and landscape attractions of the resort.
Follow the suggested itinerary and…have a good walk!
Palù square (busparking)
Discovering the history, the art and the culture of Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Val Rendena. Info and reservation: + 39 0465 447501.
Malga Ritort - THE MAGIC OF THE DOLOMITES
Easy walk on a paved road, through a centuries-old wood of red firs, that leads to “Malga Ritort” mountain hut where you can admire the extraordinary view of the Brenta Dolomites. Time: 30 minutes from Patascoss area. It is possible to reach the mountain hut by car as well.
Vallesinella waterfalls - THE BEAUTY OF THE WATER*
Drive on the paved road that goes through the wood of beeches and white firs. From the parking go on foot along the path that leads you to the suggestive high Vallesinella waterfalls (in about 50 minutes). From the parking you can also go down to the path in the wood, which run along the middle Vallesinella waterfalls, to the Vallesinella mountain hut. Instead of the road, you can go on foot along the “Archduke path”, in the south of Madonna di Campiglio.
The Empress square – FOLLOWING SISSI’S TRACKS*
From the church of Santa Maria Antica, follow the “Canticle of the creatures ”path, cross the ski slope and take the path toward the Empress square. The path goes up through a wood of firs toward a panoramic viewpoint; here you can find the “Sissi stone” with the engraving “In memory of-Erinnerung 6th-14th Sept. 1889” . Time: 35 minutes from the village centre.
* for info on paths and traffic conditions: Ragoli Municipality (+39 0465 442404)
FONTANELLA, in the south of Madonna di Campiglio, is a great viewpoint on the Brenta Dolomites.
CAMPO CARLO MAGNO PASS, at 1680 m, connecting Rendena Valley and Sole Valley.