The Italian Ski School Campo Carlo Magno was born in 1972 (this year is 40!) and counts in its staff ex-athletes of National ski and snowboard teams, National instructors, Federal trainers and foreign languages-speaking ski teachers, children ski teachers and disabled people ski teachers as well.
MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO – ITALY
Located at 1550 meters above sea level, in the great dell between the Dolomites group and the Adamello and Presanella glaciers, Madonna di Campiglio became a touristic resort when in 1872, after the romantic heritage which regained the mountain as meeting place with one’s own soul, Giovanni Battista Righi decided to put to interest the purchase of the ex-convent of “Santa Maria di Campiglio”. Thanks to him, Giovanni Battista Righi, the first hotel was built, and the road to Pinzolo was marked out, that same road on which he met his dead in 1882.
Two other factors contributed to the touristic development: the simultaneous growth of the so-called “Austrian Riviera”, that is the northern coast of Garda Lake, popular before among the Austrian aristocracy and then by the upper middle class from the North of Italy, and, in 1947, the foundation of the “Funivie Madonna di Campiglio” Company.
Today the lift circuit develops on more than 55 Miles of slopes, without counting the connection between Pinzolo and Folgarida-Marilleva.
During the summer you just need a little walk to reach, into the “Adamello-Brenta” Park, a round dance of lakes, valleys, brooks, huts, at the foot of the majestic peaks which have written the history of ski and alpinism.
VIEW FROM STOPPANI MOUNTAIN DEW
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