Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Val Rendena
Trentino Alto Adige is the perfect destination for those who love the mountains and want to treat themselves to a few days on skis or a few walks and relaxation during the summer season.
Fun, nature, wellness and sport are the distinctive elements of this area, considered one of the naturalistic “jewels” of Trentino.
Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Val Rendena is certainly characterized by unspoiled nature and enchanting landscapes, which are represented by the beautiful Brenta Dolomites (Unesco heritage since 2009) and the Adamello Brenta Natural Park.
Ski area Campiglio Dolomiti
A ski area that with a single ski pass offers access to 150 km of ski slopes, which with its 100 slopes, 5 snowparks and over 60 ski lifts create the largest ski area in Trentino.
Furthermore, from Pinzolo it is possible to connect to the Folgarida-Marilleva ski area, further expanding the km of ski slopes that can be covered.
Madonna di Campiglio is famous all over the world for hosting the “3Tre” (“three races in Trentino“), a ski competition established in 1949 which takes place on the Patascoss slopes (Canalone Miramonti and FIS 3Tre).
For Snowboard lovers in Pinzolo you can find the Brentapark, a snow park loved by snowboarders located in the suggestive “Busa di Grual”, while in Madonna di Campiglio the Snowpark Ursus, in Grostè (at an altitude of 2,500 meters).
Pinzolo and Madonna di Campiglio are part of the Skirama Dolomiti Adamello Brenta (with Folgarida-Marilleva, Peio, Monte Bondone Folgaria – Lavarone, Tonale – Ponte di Legno and Andalo – Fai della Paganella).
With the SuperSkirama skipass you can ski in all 8 resorts (for a total of 380 km of slopes) and use all 150 lifts of the SKIRAMA DOLOMITI.
2 cross-country skiing tracks
1: in Madonna di Campiglio, near Campo Carlo Magno, around 22 km of slopes of varying difficulty can be found. For information call 0465 440503
2: and Carisolo, about 5 km of slopes with also a 3km ring illuminated for night skiing. For information call 0465 501392
Ski touring and snowshoes
There are many itineraries offered by this area, always to be followed with the assistance of expert guides. Here you can find more information:
– Ski touring
The Campiglio, Pinzolo, Rendena val Rendena area offers numerous possibilities for practicing ice climbing, including:
– Val Brenta waterfalls
– Vallesinella waterfalls
– Nardis waterfalls
– Lares waterfalls
In addition, there is also the possibility of getting on a dog sled, the famous sled-dog, and ice skating (at the ice stadium in Pinzolo or at the Conca Verde lake in Madonna di Campiglio).
Do not forget, however, that the Campiglio and Val Rendena area is also synonymous with well-being and treat yourself to pleasant moments of relaxation at the thermal baths of Val Rendena (Terme Fonte S. Antonio di Caderzone Terme).
Val Rendena is almost entirely part of the Adamello-Brenta Regional Natural Park, the main protected area of Trentino Alto Adige. Established in 1967, it is home to brown bears, wolves, lynxes, chamois, deer, roe deer and golden eagles.
With its 62,000 hectares, the park extends into western Trentino and entirely includes Val Genova (a side valley of Val Rendena), famous for hosting the spectacular Nardi waterfalls that descend from Presanella with a jump of over 130 meters.
If you love golf, you can take the opportunity to try your hand at Campo Carlo Magno (designed by champion Henry Cotton in 1920).
HOW TO GET TO VAL RENDENA.
By car, you can reach the main centers of Val Rendena by following:
– A4 Milan-Venice highway: Brescia Est exit, continue towards Lago d’idro, Tione, Madonna di Campiglio.
– A22 Modena-Brennero highway: Rovereto Sud exit (continue towards Sarche, Tione, Campiglio), or S. Michele all’Adige exit (continue towards Mezzolombardo, Cles, Dimaro, Madonna di Campiglio).