Madonna di Campiglio



  • Modern lift system allows access to a ski area of 150kms
  • One of the best-groomed resorts in Italy
  • Paradise resort for intermediates
  • Wide range of après-ski options geared towards groups

Why choose this resort?

The perfectly primed pistes of the Brenta Dolomites provide a truly memorable location with some of the most idyllic snow-covered countryside north-eastern Italy has to offer. Nestled in the valley shadows of the Adanello and Presanella glaciers, the resort of Madonna di Campiglio’s high altitude location means there are countless routes to explore during the season. SkiBound groups are accommodated in the charming village of Pinzolo, centred around its 14th century church. Dubbed `the Pearl of the Brenta Dolomites’, Madonna di Campiglio is the neighbouring resort to Pinzolo and has an impressive reputation for its varied ski area and sophisticated ambience. With stunning views of the Dolomites, this combines with a superb ski area and great progression for all levels of skier.  Après-ski options include ice skating via the Olympic sized ice rink within Pinzolo’s sports complex and bowling in Monclassico (32km).

On the slopes

Providing a safe and friendly environment, groups will ski in Pinzolo for the beginning of their ski course. Once the ski school are happy that the group is ready to progress further afield, groups will ski in neighbouring Madonna di Campiglio. Madonna di Campiglio is a paradise for intermediate skiers, with numerous red runs which return right down into the resort. The 3 Tre, Amazzonia and Spinale runs will keep the more advanced skiers entertained. Our standard lift pass is the area pass including Pinzolo, Marilleva, Folgarida, and Madonna di Campiglio. As such, there is plenty of skiing to keep even the most expert groups busy.

Travel details

Calais (Coach) to Madonna di Campiglio17 hours
Milan Bergamo to Madonna di Campiglio3 hours 30 mins
Verona to Madonna di Campiglio3 hours


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Resort height 1524m
Lift range 1524-2500m
Number of lifts 61
Size of piste 150
Number of trails 100
Beginner 45
Intermediate 37
Advanced 18
Snowmaking 95%

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Hotel Casa Terre Comuni

Madonna di Campiglio

The Hotel Casa Terre Comuni offers a great base in the village of Vigo Rendena. Skiing Pinzolo; students can enjoy the functional style of the accommodation after a day on the slopes. 

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Olympic Regina Hotel

Madonna di Campiglio

Located in the picturesque town of Pinzolo, the Olympic Regina Hotel is just 800m from the nearest slopes. Good rooming options, ski storage and a great range of on-site evening entertainment makes this hotel a favourite with school groups.



As you would expect from one of Italy’s most popular resorts there are plenty of après options available to your students. Head for the skate rink before digging into a crêpe with a dollop of Italian ice cream; experience night skiing and top off your week under the disco ball as students enjoy a school ski trip to remember.


  • Ice skating
  • Cross country skiing
  • Night skiing
  • Disco
  • Swimming pool

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