Madonna di Campiglio is opening early, on November 18th due to the recent snowfalls.

Madonna di Campiglio is looking to bring forward their opening of the ski season, thanks to their recent snowfalls.

The following lifts will be opening on the weekend of the 18th-19th November:  Grostè 1° and 2° part cableway, Grostè Express and Rododendro chairlift.

Lifts will open all day from 9 am  till 4 pm with lift pass rates as following: adult 30 €, junior 25, kids up to 8 years old not accompanied € 15.

The following weekend of November 25-26 the lifts and slopes will open too, and then the resort will be opened from December 2nd, 2017.

Madonna-Di-Campiglio-15Nov- Courtesy: Madonna di Campiglio

New this season will be the opening of the new Chalet Fiat mountain hut on Spinale mountain: modern, stylish, eco-friendly.

Madonna di Campiglio is located at 1,524 m.o.s.l and the top of the lifts are at 2,500 meters.

Also in Pinzolo-Doss del Sabion ski area, (770-2101 meters) the snowmakers are working hard to ensure lifts and slopes opening for the beginning of December.

Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo-Doss del Sabion ski area are part of the Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta carousel, that gives  skiers or boarders a single ski pass for 380 km of runs and 150 ski lifts. This is one of the largest carousels (apart from Dolomiti Superski) south of the Alps that comprises 8 popular ski areas of the Trentino region in the heart of the Dolomites Brenta Group –

Coming from Verona to the Brenner pass, the Skirama Dolomiti is located to the west of the motorway.

The Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta ski areas include: Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Folgarida – Marilleva (these two last ones part of Val di Sole and all these four ski areas are linked together); plus Pejo and Passo Tonale (also part of Val di Sole); Ponte di Legno; Andalo-Fai della Paganella; Monte Bondone; and Folgaria-Lavarone (Alpe Cimbra)


This carousel gives great flexibility to all snow enthusiasts: It gives them access to 380 km of runs, slopes opened from November to April with pistes as high as 3,000 meters (9,840 feet) in elevation, and 90% of these slopes have artificial snow, making these ‘snow sure’ resorts.

For more information on Madonna di Campiglio go here.

For more information on the Skirama Dolomiti pass click here.

For information on all the ski areas of Trentino click here.


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