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Madonna di Campiglio is an elegant ski resort located at 1550 m of altitude in a natural conch nestled between the Brenta Dolomites mountain range and the Adamello and Presanella glaciers. Today it's one of the most important and well-known Italian ski resorts in the Alps. It's favorable position and mountain atmosphere guarantee optimal ski conditions on slopes that wind from the center of town up to a height of 2600 meters, slopes that cater to all ability levels. The resort boasts 57 ski lifts and 150 km of slopes, 50,000 square meters of snowpark, 40 km of cross country ski trails and, beginning in the 2011-2012 season, a direct connection to the slopes of Pinzolo (which is already connected with Folgarida and Marilleva). Madonna di Campiglio is known for it's social scene, but you don't need to go far to immerse yourself in a panorama of lakes, valleys, streams, shepherd's huts and refuges. The 50,000 hectares of the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park and the 450km of mountain trails offer breathtaking views for those who hike or bike through the shade of the indigenous larch and fir tree forests.
Projected Opening Ski Season: 11/17/2012
Projected Closing Ski Season: 04/14/2013
Projected Days Open: 150
Days Open Last Year: 150
Years Open: 66
Average Snowfall: 47"
Pros: Piste e impianti; possibilitÃ di sci in notturna
Pros: Quality resorts, quality skiing.
Cons: Limited advanced terrain
It's a good place for snowboard & ski! One of the best park in Italy and the best nigthlife in all the [! full_review
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