A classically Italian ski resort Madonna di Campiglio is nestled at 1,550m in the valley between the Adamello and Presanella glaciers, and the Brenta Dolomites. The attractive town centre is free from traffic and very charming, and directly from this beautiful setting you can access the slopes which wind their way up both sides of the valley into the ski area. The landscape surrounding Madonna di Campiglio is spectacular and perfect for winter sports. The ski area reaches up to 2,600m in altitude and covers a variety of terrain which makes Madonna di Campiglio an ideal resort for groups of mixed abilities. And with the links to the neighbouring resorts of Marilleva, Folgarida, and Pinzolo there are 150km of meticulously prepared slopes to explore across the region. Along with these fantastic downhill slopes there are around 40km of trails for Nordic skiing and some great freestyle facilities - the snow park in the Passo Grosté area of Madonna di Campiglio covers 50,000m2, has a half-pipe, boardercross course, and many other features for freestylers of all abilities. From Madonna di Campiglio you can also explore the area on snowshoes or just by hiking along the various trails. These excursions will let you get up close to the natural beauty of the region, but if you want to explore at slightly faster pace you can take one of the dog sled tours or for an overview of the area you can try paragliding. In the village itself the activities are almost endless. There are numerous fitness and leisure centres with spa facilities, gyms, and beauty treatments, as well as a cinema, library, and games arcade. Shopping and eating are important past times in Madonna di Campiglio so you can expect to find an excellent range of shops and boutiques along with fantastic restaurants. These après ski activities along with the bars and clubs of Madonna di Campiglio are legendary so you definitely won't be have boring nights in this fantastic resort.