Madonna di Campiglio thanks to the splendid bowl where it is located, its exposure and the two mountain groups that surround it, the Brenta Dolomites (10200 feet) and the Adamello-Presanella (11700 feet), offers a great variety of excursions in unique and different environments. Simple walks for families and short paths that can also be traveled with strollers in the valleys of the Natural Park limited to traffic, but also trekking for a few hours starting directly from the hotel door or perhaps using the ski lifts to gain vertical.
Follow the steps of Princess Sissi and Emperor Francesco Giuseppe, such as the tour of Campiglio and the Piazza dell'Imperatrice, or the splendid landscapes inside the Adamello Brenta Natural Park to admire the Vallesinella and Nardis waterfalls in Val Genova . Hike contemplating the walls of the Brenta Dolomites, along the beautiful paths that lead to the Tuckett, Brentei and many other mountaineer's hut.
In front of the Dolomites, instead, the Adamello glacier is the masterpiece, the largest in the Alps, where the First World War was fought and Pope John Paul II skied, or venture among the granite peaks of the Presanella group (11673 feet) to go to one of the most photographed balconies on the Brenta, the Black Lake.
Here the paths extend between waterfalls and alpine lakes in a wild and untouched environment.
The entire staff, the mountain-loving property, and the Alpine Guides will be at your disposal to inform you and accompany you to discover this paradise.