For epic mountain vistas, check out these hikes in the heart of the Brenta Dolomites.
Madonna di Campiglio is a glamorous Italian resort town nestled in the Brenta Dolomites. Michelin star restaurants, boutique shops, and parading floor-length fur coats set the tone of the town in the winter months. But as the snow thaws and the crowds of well-heeled clientele depart, Madonna di Campigiano relaxes. In summer, hikers, bikers, and Via Ferrata fans will find Madonna di Campigiano to be a perfect, calm base for exploring the Brenta Dolomites and the Trentino region.
Forming part of the Adamello-Brenta Natural Park and the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Brenta Dolomites stretch across 40km from Lake Molveno in the south to the Val Meledrio in the north. The main attractions to this area for mountain enthusiasts are the many 3000er peaks, the unusual rusty red-coloured Lake Tovel, and the well-developed network of hiking and MTB trails. The region is also known for its charming Refugi di Montagna and delicious cuisine!
Here is a collection of short, long, and multi-day hikes around Madonna di Campigiano to get you started.