European Ski Resorts A-Z

Madonna di Campiglio, Italy

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Madonna di Campiglio has a higher snowfall average than most Dolomite resorts (such as Selva and Cortina) and snow-making is excellent.


Early to mid-season conditions are therefore pretty reliable, but the slopes tend to get a lot of sun and snow conditions are more volatile later in the season.

Where to ski in bad weather:

Madonna di Campiglio has a lot of tree-lined pistes and is a good resort in bad weather conditions. The most heavily wooded slopes are on the Cinque Laghi/Pradalago side.

Where to head in poor snow conditions:

The best snow conditions in Madonna di Campiglio are usually found on its higher, shadier Grostè sector.

Madonna di Campiglio is one of our:


* Top 10 weather-proof ski resorts - Europe

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