Three new pistes in Madonna di Campiglio!
This year it’s the turn of the north-eastern part of Skirama, the most central part of the ski area, known as 5 Laghi, to get three new ski runs and a new chair lift!
However, the jewel in the crown is the new Pancugolo ski run, which features a more difficult initial stretch served by the new four-seater chair lift. The second part is of average difficulty, and joins up with the legendary Canalone Miramonti, which ends right in the centre of the village.
Together the Pancugolo and Miramonti routes form a single 1700 metre-long piste, Also being completed in the 5 Laghi area are two new ski runs, called Nambino and Raccordo Pancugolo.
Madonna di Campiglio is part of the Skirama area one of the most important ski areas in the Alps. This carousel of almost 400 km of ski runs brings together the most beautiful skiing resorts in Western Trentino, which can all be accessed using the same ski pass. The pass
comprises the skiing resorts of Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo in Val Rendena, Folgarida - Marilleva, Peio, Passo del Tonale in Val di Sole, Andalo - Fai della Paganella, Monte Bondone and Folgaria - Lavarone - Luserna.
These resorts are renowned for the quality of their ski lifts and pistes, which cater for all levels of difficulty and are almost totally covered by artificial snowmaking facilities. They are also famous for their wide range of other winter sporting facilities and their outstanding, unmistakable natural landscapes.
The high altitudes of the Skirama Dolomiti - Adamello Brenta (www.skirama.it) pistes, which reach a height of 2,500 metres in Madonna di Campiglio and 3,000 metres in Passo del Tonale, guarantee riding conditions from November right through to late spring.