The snowboard paradise. Discover the snow parks in Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo: Ursus and Brentapark
Ski or snowboard? Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo are ideal spots for fun in the snow and for snowboarding. The two ski resorts feature thrilling slopes used in international competitions, as well as specific facilities for freestylers. Enjoy yourself in the 2 snowparks:
- the Ursus snow park in Campiglio
- the Brentapark in Pinzolo
The Ursus snow park in the Grostè area
In Madonna di Campiglio, the Ursus snow park is considered to be one of Europe’s finest snowboard parks. In the Grostè area, at the feet of the majestic Brenta Dolomites, the terrain is particularly suited to forming jumps and other various structures for all levels, from beginners to the most experienced. It is one of the best freestyle area on Alps: more than 50.000m² dedicated to kicker, box, rail and jibbing features!
Snow making and daily maintenance.
Location: Madonna di Campiglio, Grostè
How to get there: take the Grostè gondola lift from the Grostè parking lot, or from the Spinale gondola lift by taking the Rododendro chairlift and the Grostè Express
Altitude: 2,500m (8,200ft)
Opening hours: 9.30 am – 3.30 pm
The Ursus Mini Park
In the Pradalago area, the Ursus Mini Park is the perfect snow park for schools and beginners. The area, dedicated to the snowboarders, feautures:
- mini funbox
- 6 mt easy box
- 6 mt easy battleship
- 6 mt easy rainbow
The Brentapark at Doss del Sabion
In Pinzolo, there’s fun and adrenaline for jibbers and shredders at the Brentapark, too, in the stunning Busa di Grual at the foot of the black-diamond Grual piste. The park is served by a four-seat, high-speed chairlift.
1 red 5-metre box, 1 red 6-9 metre jump and a black flat rail; going down, one 9-metre rainbow and 1red flat rail, followed by a beginner
area with a blue fun box, a 3+3 blue wooden box,a little rail and some easy blue jumps, which allow everyone to train before the great structures.
2 easy and funny fun boxes with some mini rails in the beginner area. More difficult structures as the big rails and the 9-meter rainbow, deciated to the more experti riders of the Brentapark.
The Brentapark is open from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm.
The Brentapark often hosts parties which music as a backdrop to the jibs and rails of freestylers, boardercross for kids and tricks in the half pipe.