School Ski Trips to Madonna di Campiglio, Italy
Our school ski trips to Madonna di Campiglio in Italy offers a fabulous break for skiers. The stunning resort is part of the famous Skirama Dolomiti area, giving plenty of ski and leisure activities for everyone.
Madonna di Campiglio sits at over 1500m and thankful to the 95% snow making facilities, the resort will never be scarce of the white fluffy silk paths. A long season is assured. Skiers and boarders of all abilities are well catered for. Beginners and intermediates are able to make great progression on the various slope heights and inclines, and the advanced skiers will be refining techniques on the Canal Miramonti run down from Monte Spinale.
This resort is steeped in ski heritage. Winter sports began in earnest in 1948 with the construction of the first chairlift on Monte Spinale. Today it is a gondola that stretches all the way from town to the ski area’s high point, Passo Grostè, at 2,444m.
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Where to stay in Italy?
Located in the central square of Madonna di Campiglio, between the hills and mountainous resort but near the restaurants and cafes, you are perfectly located just 200 metres from the slopes.
Hotel Europa is a family-run hotel offering groups a cosy stay with a friendly atmosphere, making it a home-from-home. The hotel has free WIFI, a full board basis with varied food that can be tailored according to individual needs, satellite TV and air conditioning.
Further, the en-suite double rooms are furnished to a very high standard and the games room provides something for everyone meaning it is perfect for a school group.
What to do in Italy?
There is plenty to do après-ski to make your trip to Madonna di Campiglio fun and memorable for your students.
- Ice Skating
- Night Skating
Ski resort facts
Piste (km) 150
Highest point (m) 1520
Beginner pistes (Blue) (%) 45
Intermediate pistes (Red) (%) 37
Expert pistes (Black) (%) 18
Snow Cannons (%) 95
Bus from Calais 16 hrs
Airports Venice (2.5 hrs)
When to visit Italy?
For school trips to Madonna di Campiglio, we recommend visiting between December to end of March/beginning of April, most suited for the Christmas, February and Easter half term holidays.
“A superb resort for all abilities. Incredible hotels, scenery and ambience in one school-friendly environment.”
– Katie Peggs, MSG Tours LTD
Find out where previous groups have travelled on their school ski trips:
St Martin’s School Ski Trip to Andalo, Italy
St John’s College: Ski Trip to Maine, USA
Get in touch with us to chat about how Madonna di Campiglio, Italy is the perfect ski location for your next school trip.