Northeast of Trento in the Brenta Dolomites, the Madonna Di Campiglio ski area has 24 lifts serving 60km of slopes with a maximum vertical drop of 985m. The Madonna Di Campiglio ski area is composed of four interconnected ski areas: Monte Spinale, Passo Groste, Pradalago, and 5 Laghi. The resort is also link to the neighboring Marilleve and Folgarida. Staring in the 2011-2012 season, there is a new gondola linking Pinzolo to Campiglio resulting in a linked area of 150km of pistes.
The ski area hosts World Cup and World Championship events. The terrain parks (snowparks) are located in both the Groste and the Pinzolo areas with the best known being the Ursus Snowpark have a halfpipe, quarterpipe and boardercross route. If you are looking for some challenge, try checking out the Spinale area for powder and trees that is popular with the free riders.
After a long morning of shredding, there are several good options for on-mountain lunch. Check out Malga Montagnoli on Monte Spinale or Giorgio Graffner on Grostt.
When you are ready for some apres ski action, try Bar Suisse, La Cantina del Suisse or Franz Josef Stube.
If you are looking for some nightlife, check out Cliffhanger or Ober-One, then head over to Zangola. But becareful since they close at 6am!
To reach the snowboarding at Madonna Di Campiglio from Milan, head east on Route A4. In Bergamo, follow Route SS42 north. In Dimaro, turn south on Route SS239 into Madonna Di Campiglio.
Overall, Madonna Di Campiglio is the 5th most popular snowboard & freeride destination of all 40 snowboarding resorts in Italy.