STARPASS is here
The first seasonal Pay Per Use!
Madonna di Campiglio is part of the Campiglio Ski Area, therefore your skiing days spent in this area will be counted towards reaching the STARPASS seasonal thresholds!
N.B. MyPass Ski cards (even those purchased in previous years) are compatible with Starpass and vice versa.
Madonna di Campiglio Skipass
No more queuing at the Skipass ticket offices! With MyPass Ski the queue at the cash desks is a distant memory and you only pay for the actual time skied. Register! You can ski wherever and whenever you want. With MyPass Ski you will be charged the most convenient rate applied from the Madonna di Campiglio cable cars.
How MyPass Ski Works
How to receive your card
You can choose freely: the MyPass Card can be sent to the address you want by priority mail, or you can collect it directly at the cash desks in Madonna di Campiglio or at the National Des Alpes Italian Ski School at the following addresses:
Please note – Cards are not linked to skier until they are activated by associating them with your profile.
Madonna di Campiglio cable cars
The Madonna di Campiglio ski area
Madonna di Campiglio, is one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. Located at 1550 meters, in the province of Trento, in the splendid natural valley between the Brenta dolomites and the Adamello and Presanella glaciers. It owes its fame to its extraordinary elegance and worldliness, located in one of the most fascinating naturalistic contexts of the Alps. It is probably one of the most iconic and cool places in the eastern Dolomites, together with Cortina D’Ampezzo.
The slopes of Madonna di Campiglio can be reached directly by skis from the center of the village up to an altitude of 2600 meters and then follow the over 150 km of slopes, reach the 3 snow parks or the 40 km of cross-country skiing tracks. Madonna di Campiglio offers perfect and safe slopes, suitable for all skiers. Starting with the Grosté cable car you will arrive at the top, from which skiing will be a unique emotion: a breathtaking view, wide and well snow-covered slopes, the Dolomites that surround you.
You will return home certain that you will want to plan other days on the snow in Campiglio. With MyPass, the innovative Skipass that allows you to go skiing immediately and pay at the end of the day based on the time actually skied, it will allow you to go directly to the track and leave the queues at the ticket offices behind, so you can devote more time to famous slopes of Campiglio. Among the tracks not to be missed there are certainly the famous 3-Tre track, which stands for the 3 Races of Trentino”, where the special slalom races of the World Cup are held, and the Spinale Direttissima, a track known for its thrilling slope in the finish. Don’t miss the great Pradalago slopes, less demanding but with a unique panorama.
From here the connection to Folgarida and Marilleva also starts, with the red slopes 46 and 45 and the subsequent chairlift 6 – Malghette. With MyPass you won’t have to stop at the cash desk to change your ski pass, in fact the system automatically detects if you are skiing in Madonna di Campiglio or in the Skiarea which includes Pinzolo and Folgarida-Marilleva. Madonna di Campiglio is also a paradise for freestylers and snowboarders, with the possibility of off-piste or the important snow parks, including Ursus Snowpark. Don’t you feel ready to challenge some cult tracks in Campiglio yet? do not worry! MyPass offers the perfect combination: 10% discount to its customers for adult and child group lessons with the National Ski School Des Alpes. If you need to rent skis, boots and helmets at the school, you can do so with a discount reserved for you. “
Snowboard and Snowpark - Madonna di Campiglio
Madonna di Campiglio is the paradise of snowboarding and the ideal place for fans of fun in the snow and lovers of snowboarding and freestyle. The location, the scene of international competitions, offers breathtaking tracks, areas and specific structures for the evolutions of freestylers. Not to be missed is a visit to the snow parks: Ursus snowpark – Grostè, Madonna di Campiglio. The Ursus Snowpark in Madonna di Campiglio, in the Grostè area, is considered one of the best areas dedicated to freestyle in the Alps, it boasts over 40 structures and more than 50,000m² dedicated to kickers, rails, boardercross, facilities for everyone from beginners and families to freestyle enthusiasts.
The main snow park is divided into a high part, above the Stoppani refuge (arrival of the Grostè cable car – lift n.45 and n.46 – at about 2500 meters above sea level), dedicated to twelve medium-easy structures: box, rail and jumps arranged on three lines. In the lower part there are over 20 structures divided into different lines, from jumps dedicated to beginners, to more difficult structures for the more experienced with the presence of a boardercross track. . The six-seater Grostè Express chairlift (n.47) serves the snow park. It is possible to walk the park completely from top to bottom following the different lines, or to enter and exit the individual sectors. Opening hours: 9.30-15.30.
Ursus Mini Park – Pradalago, Madonna di Campiglio. In the Pradalago area (top station of the Zeledria Express chairlift, lift n.34), the Mini Ursus snowark is an area suitable for schools and beginners, dedicated to children who want to have fun and approach the freestyle. A real playground equipped with a series of parabolic curves, different woops, 3 boxes in sequence and a snow tunnel. Among the structures present: mini funbox easy box of 6mt easy battleship box of 6mt easy rainbow box of 6mt.
The history of Madonna di Campiglio
Madonna di Campiglio, located at 1550 meters above sea level in the beautiful basin between the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello and Presanella glaciers, was launched for tourism in the second half of the last century by Giambattista Righi di Strembo. In 1868 he bought the entire substance of the former monastery of Santa Maria di Campiglio belonging to the chapter table of Trento for 40,000 florins. In place of the dilapidated buildings of the old hospice narrowed around a late medieval church, he built a first hotel, the Alpine Plant, intended to welcome the first tourists of the mountain. In 1875 he undertook at his own expense the construction of the road that connected the centers of the Alta Val Rendena with Madonna di Campiglio: it took three hours to travel by carriage. The entrepreneurial adventure of Gianbattista Righi was carried on by Franz Joseph Oesterreicher, former owner of the Grand Hotel Trento, who took over the property of Campiglio in 1882.
It was said that he was the illegitimate son of the emperor of Austria and Hungary who carried his own name, Francesco Giuseppe. He transformed Madonna di Campiglio into a highly sought-after place to stay for the nobility and the rich Austrian and Central European bourgeoisie. Among his guests, in 1889 and 1894, he even had the princess Sissi and the emperor Francesco Giuseppe who spent long days here walking through the woods, reaching the lakes around Campiglio and dedicating carefree evenings to waltzes and close encounters with their courtiers.
The Oesterreicher family remained in Campiglio until 1955, when its properties were gradually purchased mainly by Lombard entrepreneurs who transformed the appearance and structures of the locality. Already in 1947 the Madonna di Campiglio Cable Car Company was founded with the aim of enhancing the practice of skiing and therefore promoting the locality. In 1948 the first lift was inaugurated, a chairlift that connected Madonna di Campiglio to the Spinale; in the 1950s the 5 Laghi cable car and some ski lifts were built. Today the circuit of the lifts extends along 90 km of slopes with a capacity of over 30,700 people per hour and the connection with the slopes of Pinzolo is considered (the one, skis, with Folgarida and Marilleva being already active).
The 3-Tre, one of the most prestigious ski World Cup races, was born in 1948 from the imagination of Rolly Marchi as a trio of competitions (slalom, giant and free) and only in the following years divided between several locations. Madonna di Campiglio today is certainly number one among the Italian ski resorts and one of the most important in the entire Alpine Range: the variety of its mountain environment ensures in winter the possibility of skiing on countless kilometers of slopes up to 2600 meters, always different in degree of difficulty, for the exciting views of the groups of the Brenta Dolomites and Adamello and Presanella. Madonna di Campiglio, thanks to its 1550 meters of height, is the only one that ensures downhill skiing lovers can spend an intense day in the snow, starting from the town center and returning without taking off their skis. The charm of Madonna di Campiglio is not precluded to anyone: it is a charm that is revealed little by little, experiencing the silence of nature, immersing yourself in the glitter of snow crystals. The adventure begins by putting on cross-country skis or snowshoes – which here are called snowshoes – or by facing the satisfying challenge of an excursion with ski mountaineering.
Exclusive benefits for MyPass Ski users
Skiing in Madonna di Campiglio with us pays off!
discount on rental and ski lessons on group courses for adults and children at the Italian National Ski School Des Alpes..
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