In any season Madonna di Campigio and the Brenta Dolomites are a perfect home base for nature adventures from the vineyards of Lake Garda to the cragged peaks of the dolomites and nearby glaciers of Adamelloas well as cultural excursionist Trentino history and tradition from its castles to museums in most towns.
In spring, summer, winter or fall, the forests and the mountains that surround Madonna di Campiglio are ideal for walking, hiking and trekking. There is an ample selection of itineraries of easy walks for families and novices and, for the more serious, strenuous excursions that literally take you inside the mountains for uniquely special panoramas.
Jump on a trail from town, take part in a nature tour of flora and fauna in the Adamello Brenta National Park with environmental experts or join an Alpine Guide in trips of varying levels – any way you do it your efforts will be rewarded with spectacular views and the fresh mountain air of this area.
There are numerous accommodation options if you want to spend the night in high altitude after a day of touring or hiking.
See the following site for rates and schedules of the ski-lift s at www.funiviecampiglio.it
Just as interesting are cultural trips to see and appreciate the artistic and historic patrimony of the region starting with the small church of Santa Maria Antica in Madonna di Campiglio or from Pinzolo with its Macabre Dancers on the walls of the San Vigilio church. From there there are a number of day trips to discover cities, castles, forts, museums, but also wineries and distilleries of the Trentino.