Pinzolo on winter

Ski and Snowboard

For our guests, a shuttle service is available with the hotel’s minibus to comfortably arrive at the start of the lifts that will take you to the ski slopes within the SKIAREA Madonna di Campiglio-Pinzolo.

Skiing and snowboarding: fun and adrenaline on the slopes of the SKI AREA Pinzolo – Madonna di Campiglio!
The main attraction of our area, skiing and snowboarding represent the most important activities of the winter season. Thanks to the investments made in recent years, it is possible to ski throughout the entire ski area regardless of the presence of snow: sophisticated artificial snow systems allow the slopes to be completely covered in snow with favorable environmental conditions, covering them with a high snow cover and guaranteeing the possibility of skiing until Easter. For the little ones, the highly prepared local ski schools will also allow them to be introduced to the world of skiing in the best possible way. Even those who love sledging will not be disappointed!

At the feet of Dolomites

Skiing in Trentino, at the foot of the Brenta Dolomites, is a unique emotion: 150 km of slopes at your disposal, along which you can have fun, carve, surf and track the snow. From the classic ski slopes of Madonna di Campiglio, to the fun red slopes of Pinzolo, up to the latest black ones, such as the Dolomitica and the Pancugolo, the Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta ski area truly offers a very wide panorama of slopes, where you can find bread for your teeth!
The characteristics of the SKI AREA Pinzolo – Madonna di Campiglio

  • 150 km of ski slopes
  • Only 1 ski pass valid for the entire area
  • 100 tracks (45 blue, 37 red, 18 black)
  • 4 snow parks
  • 60 ski lifts
  • 95% of slopes covered by programmed snow
  • 850-2500 m above sea level, the altitude of the ski area

You can’t miss the opportunity to miss these experiences on the SKI AREA:

  • DoloMitica: the longest slope, with the greatest difference in altitude (5750 meters in length and 1284 meters in altitude) and the steepest, with a maximum gradient exceeding 70%
  • Schumacher Streif (last wall of the Spinale Direttissima slope): the second steepest descent in the ski area with a maximum gradient of 70%
  • Ursus Snow Park: the park among the best 5 in the Alps
  • Pinzolo-Campiglio Express: the most panoramic cable car
  • Canalone Miramonti: the World Cup slope, to be skied at night
Cross-country skiing

For those who don’t like alpine skiing, they can take advantage of the numerous refuges and savor the typical Trentino cuisine or simply relax outdoors, taking advantage of the warm mountain sun.
All other winter sports are also part of the very wide offer of our area. Snowshoe excursions are certainly appreciated by many tourists, who have the opportunity to walk inside the Adamello Brenta Natural Park in an environment made even more magical by the presence of snow. They can be undertaken either independently along the indicated paths or with the organization of mountain guides, who make their experience and knowledge of the mountains available to take you to the most unforgettable places in the area.
Cross-country skiing is also a well-developed winter activity in the Pinzolo area: located near the town of Carisolo, the “Frassanida” slope awaits you!

The circular route starts from the edge of Val Genova and winds along the Sarca on snow-covered meadows, between rural buildings on the edge of the towns of Giustino and Caderzone in an open and protected plain at the same time. On the 3 km of Frassanida slope, which have various levels of difficulty and are also equipped with a night lighting system, you can try your hand at both Nordic skiing techniques, classic and free.

There is no shortage of services such as parking, bathrooms, changing rooms, waxing room and ski bus. It is possible to rent all the equipment on site and attend the ski school. For emergencies, a first aid service is available. Another magnificent cross-country skiing route is the one located at the Campo Carlo Magno cross-country skiing centre: a unique place with a view of the Brenta Dolomites, a basin immersed in the woods, easily accessible and equipped with all useful services even for the most demanding cross-country skier. demanding. The slopes of the Campo Carlo Magno cross-country center are always naturally well covered with snow and groomed daily. It offers four FISI approved tracks developed on rings for a total of 22 km.

There are also stretches of easy slopes and a training camp. The Malghette Italian Cross-Country Ski School organizes individual or group lessons, improvement courses and reserved school camps. Here there is a play area for children, changing rooms with showers, rental of skis, bobsleds, sleds, snowshoes, ski storage, parking, restaurant with typical cuisine. The center adheres to the SuperNordicSkipass, the single ski pass to access the main Trentino and Italian cross-country ski centres.

For the more daring, another winter sport option is also offered: ski mountaineering!
This discipline consists of traveling uphill on the snow with the aid of special skis and then descending back to the valley once you reach the top. Tiring but full of satisfaction, this sport allows you to do complete physical activity and, at the same time, enjoy the spectacle of some of the most beautiful panoramas in Trentino. Also in this case, there is the possibility of asking for help from the mountain guides who will be able to illustrate different routes and create a tailor-made itinerary for you, following your requests and levels of physical preparation!

The Sleddog

Another winter activity particularly appreciated by the little ones is dog sledding! Indulge in the thrill of a sleigh ride by taking part in snow excursions pulled by man’s oldest friend, the dog: learn to love these splendid animals who rediscover their natural instincts in the woods.
Expert dog sledding instructors await you on the Nambino plain with their magnificent huskies: they will accompany you on a fantastic ride during which, comfortably seated in the sled – alone or with your family – you will enjoy the skill of the dogs and the enchanting scenery of the Dolomites. For the more adventurous and sporty, but also just for those who want to try and savor the thrill of a sleigh ride firsthand, it organizes one-day, two-day or week-long dog sledding courses.

The Caderzone Spa: relaxation and health

“Health village”, this is how we like to define the complex that houses the Val Rendena Thermal Baths in the historic center of Caderzone Terme, in the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, at the foot of the Dolomites. The center’s offering is wide and heterogeneous.
In addition to the thermal treatments all affiliated with the National Health Service (inhalation treatments, thermal hydromassages, dermatological and osteoarticular balneotherapy, pulmonary ventilation and hydroponic treatments), other therapies have been added, such as physiotherapy, phototherapy, magnetotherapy and sclerotherapy, with aim to offer complete, valid and professional medical support.
The presence of specialist doctors (internist, dermatologist, vascular specialist, orthopaedist, ENT, pediatrician and podiatrist) allows the spa to guarantee a medical service available to all those who need this type of service throughout the year.
In a general perspective aimed at well-being, there is the new “Wellness Center” which, to complete the spa treatments, is located in the historic noble palace “Lodron-Bertelli” adjacent to the current and more modern Thermal Baths palace.
In the wellness center open to the public you can find a swimming pool with hydromassages, sauna, Turkish bath, calidarium, cooling tub, emotional showers, relaxation room and solarium.
No less important is the presence of a beauty centre/massage center which within the vast range of treatments offered maintains the pursuit of well-being as its main purpose without however compromising the principles of naturalness and simplicity inherent in the spa philosophy.