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.
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.
Two of the resorts of Dolomiti Superski will start early this season due to great snowfalls. They are Cortina D’Ampezzo and Tre Cime (Three Peaks) – Both areas are part of the Dolomiti Superski lift ticket, that access over 1200 acres of terrain under one ticket.
Val di Fiemme, Arabba, Civetta and Kronplatz are planning their opening for 25th November, followed by Obereggen on December 1st; Alta Badia, Carezza, Marmolada, San Martino di Castrozza/Passo Rolle, Alpe Lusia/San Pellegrino on December 2nd; Val Gardena, Alpe di Siusi, Val di Fassa on December 6th; and December 7th on Valle Isarco.
Dolomiti Superski has an excellent snow-making capacity, with more than 90% of the pistes covered, if nature is not generous, with artificial snow. This season seems that a great snowfall has fallen to help the start of the season, which is great news!
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Other resorts of Trentino- but of Dolomiti Skirama also start early, such is the case of Madonna di Campiglio.