What to do and see in Madonna Di Campiglio, Italy: The Best Places and Tips

December 21, 2017 Matilde Konrad

One of Italy's largest ski resorts, Madonna di Campiglio has 100 miles of downhill pistes on 51 individual tracks, plus 20 miles of cross-country trails. Campiglio is also part of the greater Skirama Dolomiti Adamello-Brenta area, giving visitors access to eight Alpine ski resorts and over 200 miles of slopes.
Restaurants in Madonna Di Campiglio

1. Cascate di Vallesinella

Madonna Di Campiglio, Pinzolo, Italy
Excellent
71%
Good
24%
Satisfactory
3%
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 381 reviews

Cascate di Vallesinella

Reviewed By Edward G

We walked past the the Vallesinella falls as part of a hike from the top of the Passo Grosste and back down to Madonna, which is about 15km. I would strongly recommend seeing the various levels of falls this way although it's a full day's hike and requires a modicum of fitness. For those less able to make the hike there is a car park and bus service which terminates about 10 minutes walk from the main falls.
In either case it's a beautiful way to spend an hour or two. The falls are spectacular and set in some pretty wild landscape.

2. Italian Ski School Marilleva

Localita Campo Scuola Mezzana in Val di Sole SNC, 38020 Mezzana, Italy +39 0463 796234
Excellent
70%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
2%
Terrible
3%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 400 reviews

Italian Ski School Marilleva

Reviewed By Luisella P

Very well located, close to the school camp for beginners and in the centre of Marilleva 1400 ski station. Multi language ski instructors. Friendly and professional.

3. Scuola Italiana Sci e Snowboard Folgarida Dimaro

Val Di Sole, P. Le Telecabina 8, 38025 Folgarida, Italy +39 0463 986350
Excellent
90%
Good
7%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
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5 based on 253 reviews

Scuola Italiana Sci e Snowboard Folgarida Dimaro

Welcome to the Italian Ski and Snowboard School Folgarida Dimaro in The Val di Sole, Trentino. The original ski school in Folgarida, in the heart of the beautiful Skiarea Campiglio Brenta Dolomites, with 50 years experience in teaching ski... The passion of our ski's and snowboard's instructors will infect. Discover the 150 km of pists immersed in the new Brenta Dolomites Ski Area. Folgarida Marilleva Madonna di Campiglio Pinzolo without taking off your skis.

Reviewed By AlexRider66

Been going here every year for nearly 20 years and whatever instructor you get they are always pleasant, friendly and offer the highest level of ski/snowboard teaching!
Whether you are a beginner or want off-piste lessons all the instructors really ensure you have a good time, for them it is not all about the money

4. Nardis Waterfalls

Strada Statale 239 | Parco Naturale Provinciale dell'Adamello-Brenta, Carisolo, Italy +39 0465 501454
Excellent
63%
Good
32%
Satisfactory
4%
Poor
1%
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0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 303 reviews

Nardis Waterfalls

Reviewed By WorldTravlerNaplesFL - Naples FL

This past weekend we made the hour drive from Molveno to Val di Genova which is a narrow canyon west of the town of Carisolo. After driving along the narrow road we came upon the Nardis Waterfalls that drop over 200 feet cascading down the rock face of the mountain. The canyon is also full of hiking opportunities and great nature sites.

5. Lago dei Caprioli

Loc. Fazzon | Val di Sole, 38020 Pellizzano, Italy
Excellent
57%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
6%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
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4.5 based on 618 reviews

Lago dei Caprioli

Reviewed By Fraintesa - Florence, Italy

It's wonderful. Relaxing view of the lake with amazing trees and green leaves all around, and you only hear the sound of the nearby Waterfalls. There are even several Fountains you can get fresh water from. Don't miss it, and bring a book with you to enjoy some relaxing time up there!

6. Cascate Val Genova

Pinzolo, Italy
Excellent
74%
Good
23%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
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4.5 based on 706 reviews

Cascate Val Genova

Reviewed By Simon W - Braintree, United Kingdom

We visited with family and even though this may be a place that does not normally feature high on a teenagers things to do on holiday, they both agreed the park and the Waterfalls were amazing. Easy access, Great for a picnic unbelievable panoramic views, go you will love it, event the kids

7. Rafting Center Val di Sole

Via Gole 105, 38025, Dimaro Folgarida, Italy
Excellent
80%
Good
17%
Satisfactory
1%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
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5 based on 1 reviews

Rafting Center Val di Sole

Since 1982 the Val di Sole rafting Centre has been the reference point for rafting in Trentino. With over 30 years of experience, professional guides and a building specifically designed for the activity, all our guests have to think about is having fun. Let us worry about the rest.You can find us via the Dimaro Dolomiti Camping Village, nestled among the splendid peaks of the Brenta Mountains.

Reviewed By Miroslaw Jan L

We chose rafting "power" right after rain fall - water level was high, we had lots of fun, guide was friendly, everything easygoing and profesional! Great team, great staff, water was cold, but still fantastic adventure...even for Blondes afraid of everything (this commend recommended by my blonde girlfriend) ;)))

8. Extreme Waves Centro Rafting in Val di Sole

Via del Comun 1, 38020 Commezzadura, Italy
Excellent
66%
Good
26%
Satisfactory
3%
Poor
3%
Terrible
2%
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4.5 based on 244 reviews

Extreme Waves Centro Rafting in Val di Sole

EXTREME WAVESCommezzadura - Trentino Extreme Waves, Multiple sport Centre was born from the love for the mountain, the river, the air and the will to join them in one single company, proposing mix of moving and amusing sports a living in Val di Sole. Dipped in the green, on the river Noce bank, and on the shadow of majestic Brenta Mountain Group, our Centre proposes magical days of Rafting, Hydrospeed, Canyoning, Tarzaning, Mountain Bike, Downhill, Ropes Course-Park Adventure, Iron Ladder Path, Climbing, Ponting-Swing, and Canoe School. One of the points of force of Extreme Waves is the Rafting: fluvial come down moving, with of enthusiasm and energy to edge of special raft, that it introduces easy features also and adapted to all. The River Noce, with its navigable 28 km of white waters, is an interesting Torrent with fast, long and continuous rapids. Before the descent, an expert guide AIRAF will carry out one theoretical lesson. For smallest it has been created also the Cuccioli descent, dedicated to the children, with organized take out of the kids in the fast and more difficult rapids. Our variety of Sport proposed: Hydrospeed, an only experience of fins swim in moved water. It is floated protect from a fluvial Bob equips you of dumb thermal, useful helmet, life jacket, and fins, following the direction given from expert A.I.Hydro Guide, than it will instruct to you and accompany for all the distance. For the White Water lovers: Canoe Kayak, held exclusively from characterized masters, they can be weeklies or weekend courses; it is in beyond possible to follow lessons characterizes them, come down guided, lessons of eskimo, beyond to stage specific of rodeo, slalom and emergency. Programs enriched with the Alpine activity like Canyoning, Tarzaning, Rappeling, Ponting-Swing, Ropes Course, Climbing, Iron ladder Path, executed from expert Alpine Guides. Finally for it gets passionate you to it of the Mountain Bike, breathless downhill crossing wild woods, . Delighted with the marvellous Mountains views. Included bike, guide and transport to the departure point. Between the services offers from Extreme Waves: Kid’s park, picnic area, inflatable for children, and factory with many different animalsThe active day in summer mountain has become a new point of varied call back for public that it loves to be confronted and a living unforgettable moments in motion dipped in the nature. Intensive Courses, Multiple sport Weeks, programs for Weekend, Courses of Rafting, Hydrospeed, Canoe Kayak and much more fun! From May to September every day all the activities, an appointment not to lose!

Reviewed By Miriam B

The only available spot was at 8am which called for a hesitant sun and ice cold water. Nonetheless, a great experience full of laughter and excitement. A smooth ride for our age group: 50-45-14-12-9.
Extreme Waves center is very well organized with experienced and friendly staff. They provide you with a wetsuit, helmet, lifejacket and rain jacket. You can buy a photo CD of the trip if you want to.
Unfortunately, there was not enough hot water to get us through (5 of us) the much sought after shower.

9. Lago Ritorto

Zona Cinque Laghi, Madonna Di Campiglio, Pinzolo, Italy
Excellent
58%
Good
33%
Satisfactory
8%
Poor
0%
Terrible
1%
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4.5 based on 272 reviews

Lago Ritorto

Reviewed By ogol17 - Tel Aviv, Israel

We hiked up to the lake in late April, which turned out to be a great adventure. The challenge started on the road to the trailhead, which was still covered in some parts with snow and required careful driving. The trail itself had numerous patches of snow, mostly thin layers (although they still got our shoes soaked with freezing water), but upper on the mountain we had to cope with longer, steep stretches of knee-deep snow, as well as with some muddy areas. Despite the challenges the walk was fun, and the reward at the top was definitely worth it - the lake was still covered with ice and snow, and the view was just amazing. It took us about 2-2.5 hours to get to the lake, and just over an hour to descend back to the refuge. It was well worth the effort - this hike is highly recommended.

10. Scuola Italiana di Sci Azzurra

Localita Malchet Haut 150, 38025 Folgarida, Italy +39 0463 987070
Excellent
82%
Good
15%
Satisfactory
2%
Poor
1%
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5 based on 274 reviews

Scuola Italiana di Sci Azzurra

A ski and snowboard School in Folgarida with the right proposals to improve your style and enjoy you with many activities: ski, snowboard, freeride, Freestyle, telemark, etc.

Reviewed By Cumbrianfamilyof4 - Carlisle, United Kingdom

While the staff are friendly and experienced we found that the English children were often left with instructors who spoke very little English and who taught the whole lesson in Italian with the odd 'this way' 'like this' etc with no real instruction or inclusion of our children. Compared to the lessons we have had in Austria they were very disappointing.

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