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Nestled at 1553m (5095ft.) between the Dolomite Brenta Group (a UNESCO World Heritage site) and the glaciers of the Adamello-Presanella Group, Madonna di Campiglio is the undisputed queen of the winter snow.
With 60km (over 37mi) of alpine ski slopes, and connected with the adjoining Folgarida-Marilleva ski area, Madonna di Campiglio offers runs for every type of skier, from the most skilled – with the famous Canalone Miramonti (or “3-Tre”) run – to beginners and children, for whom numerous courses and other activities are also available. On the Cima Grostè, there is also the Ursus Snowpark, one of Europe’s most famous snowboard parks for both snowboarders and freestylers.
Beginning with the 2011-12 winter season, Madonna di Campiglio will also be connected by ski lift to Pinzolo, thereby completing the Campiglio Pinzolo Val Rendena ski area with 150km (approx. 93mi) of runs.
Particular emphasis is also placed on family mountain holidays, and parents can entrust their children to highly skilled, professional instructors, who are able to transmit their passion for skiing and give children an unforgettably fun vacation.
But at Madonna di Campiglio there is more than just downhill skiing. There are also a great many other winter sports, from hiking in the snow and snowshoeing to cross-country skiing at the Campo Carlo Magno ski center, as well as ski mountaineering on trails that take you into the heart of the Dolomites and onto the Adamello glacier.
Add to all of this the great events that have made Madonna di Campiglio famous throughout the world, from the 3-Tre World Cup races and Wrooom to the Winter Marathon, the Habsburg Carnival and many more.
In summer, the white snow gives way to the deep green of the forests and meadows of the Adamello Brenta Nature Park, and the fun continues. Trekking and mountain hikes in the Dolomites are the most popular summer sports, but for the more adventurous there is also rock climbing and the vie ferrate of the Dolomites, such as the famous Via delle Bocchette.
But one mustn’t forget the many trails for mountain biking and cycling, with the Dolomites’ Brenta Bike circuit, as well as the Nordic walking park, freshwater fishing, one of Europe’s highest golf courses, with the Dolomites in the background, and all of the activities for kids.
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Ultimo aggiornamento 08/03/2014 16:30:40