If you love sport, nature and are on holiday with your family, Madonna di Campiglio offers you fun pastimes and many leisure opportunities in the surrounding peaks of the Brenta Dolomites; you can ask for maps with detailed itineraries of paths for hiking, Nordic walking or mountain bike excursions.

The ever-changing panoramas and colours of Madonna di Campiglio will fill you with the energy and well-being during your holiday!

The Brenta Dolomites and the peaks of the Adamello Presanella Group await you!

If you are on holiday with your family, ask for the information necessary in order to find paths that you can follow with pushchairs, those that you can enjoy with small children or maybe longer walks that will please and thrill both older children and adults!

There are numerous ski lifts open during the Summer, some with continuous operating hours (no lunchtime closure). They are:

Madonna di Campiglio Cable cars
• Grosté
• Spinale
• 5 Laghi
• Pradalago

Pinzolo – Campiglio Express Cable car
• Colarin – Patascoss
• Colarin – Plaza

Madonna di Campiglio is an ideal location in Trentino Alto Adige region, and is the realm of Summer, as well as Winter, sports, where you will find the opportunity of trying new sports in the company of your friends and family: here fun is never missing!


The Val Rendena is considered to be the pearl of Trentino for its panorama set inside the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, where Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo are the ideal solutions for those who love the mountains both in summer and winter, with endless sporting opportunities.

Click here to discover the paths and walks you can follow for an active holiday in Campiglio, time to discover a marvellous world as the snows melt!

Here we will propose some of the many itineraries:
Il giro dell’Imperatrice – Madonna di Campiglio
This is a simple excursion, of about 4 hours and 9.4 km. Starting at 1515m above sea level up to an altitude of 2100m. Leaving from the church of Santa Maria Antica, we proceed along the path of the Canticle of the Creatures, crossing the ski slope by the ski lift. Take the ‘Piazzetta dell’Imperatrice Sissi’ path which climbs to a magnificent spruce forest by the ‘Monte Spinale’ ski run, reaching a viewing point recognizable by a polished stone and engraved in memory of Princess Sissi’s visit. You then proceed along a constantly rising path from where you will be able to appreciate unique views of Madonna di Campiglio.

Gli orti della Regina – Madonna di Campiglio
This excursion will help you to appreciate the mountains and the Brenta Dolomites even more, and you will begin to feel a part of nature itself, in an environment of high geological value. For this excursion you will leave from the Grostè cable car arrival station and follow a wide, steadily downhill, path alongside the ski slope of the Pierta-Grande; following the trail you will reach the ‘Orti della Regina’, an interesting area for the presence of ancient fossils and for the remarkable variety of flowers. You can then return to Campo Carlo Magno either with the Grostè cable car or on foot.

Malga Vagliana e Vaglianella – Madonna di Campiglio
This itinerary takes about 3.5 hours and is a easy route popular earlier in the season as it can also be followed even when there is still a little snow. Leaving from the Grostè car park and following the path that follows the Golf course, you will reach the junction for the Poza Vecia; you then continue towards Malga Vaglianella and Malga Vagliana. You will then descend along the ski run.

Giro delle cascate di Vallesinella (waterfalls)– Madonna di Campiglio
A charming walk through forests of fir, larch and beech trees, which, during your summer holiday, you should definitely try. It takes you to the beautiful Vallesinella High and Middle, waterfalls, a magical and romantic place…

Giro dei 5 Laghi (Ritorto, Lambin, Serodoli, Gelato, Nero)- Madonna di Campiglio
This walk is in a fairly rocky environment among beautiful and picturesque mountain lakes. For this excursion you can ascend with the 5 Laghi cable car to 2,123 m above sea level, or from Patascoss, at 1,737 m, from Rifugio Malga Ritorto at an altitude of 1,747 m, or from the Piana di Nambino at 1,768 m.