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Situata nel cuore delle Dolomiti, la Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta – Val di Sole – Val Rendena è la più grande area sciabile del Trentino. Comprende oltre 150 chilometri di piste, sempre innevate e ben battute e 60 impianti di risalita, completamente rinnovati, che collegano i tre comprensori di Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo e Folgarida-Marilleva. 


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SNOWSHOEING AND HIKING: For those who don't wear skis, there are numerous snowshoeing trails that develop between itineraries dedicated to excursions on the snow, to enjoy the silence of the woods surrounded by breathtaking views.

MOUNTAIN SKIING: The most trained will venture into beautiful itineraries, such as: Cima Roma, Cima Vagliana, Bocca dei Camosci, through the solitary Val Gelada, on Cima Presanella, Monte Ritòrt and Monte Serodoli.

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING: A double opportunity for fans of the tranquility of Nordic skiing with trails that run through forests and breathtaking views: 22 km of cross-country skiing track at Campo Carlo Magno and 5 km of cross-country skiing track in Carisolo

SLITTLE For the more intrepid, Madonna di Campiglio has the first toboggan run within the Skiarea. Starting from Mount Spinale, the descent crosses the meadows of malga Fevri to get to the start of the chairlift Spinale 2. 3 km of pure adrenaline, starting from 2070 m, with a drop of 340 m and an average slope of 12%.

SLEDDOG: The thrill of a sleigh ride while participating in snow excursions pulled by beautiful Alaskan Husky dogs.

ICE SKATING: At the Ice Stadium of Pinzolo on the covered Olympic track or in Madonna di Campiglio, in the open air on the frozen lake, in the Conca Verde in the heart of the town, adults and children can have fun.

ICE WATERFALLS: For many but not all, Madonna di Campiglio and Val Rendena offer breathtaking scenery for practicing ice climbing . The ascents on the waterfalls of the Val Brenta , Vallesinella , Nardis e Lares in Val Genova.

SWIMMINGAfter a day of skiing, for those who want to loosen up their muscles, the public swimming pool of Spiazzo offers 2 pools, a main one of 25 x 12 meters and one for children with heated shallow water of 10 x 4 meters.

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450 km of trails for trekking and mountain hiking.

450 km of trails for trekking and mountain hiking.

Fixed routes of varying difficulty

Routes for mountain-bike in the Dolomites: the largest bike area in Italy

More than 30 km of bike path.

Two courses from golf of which one in Caderzone-Bocenago and the other one in Madonna di Campiglio

Paragliding flights

Climbing Routes

Horse riding and horseback riding in the riding stables of Pinzolo and Villa Rendena

The Sarca river in its natural bed is the ideal environment for fly-fishing, spinning and natural bait fishing.

Swimming at the municipal swimming pool of Spiazzo: swimming and relaxing with a view of the surrounding mountains from the large windows. The facility offers 2 pools, a main one measuring 25 x 12 m and a heated shallow children's pool measuring 10 x 4 m.

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For fans of great treks, a circular hiking route around the Brenta massif.

Choose your route "Dolomiti di Brenta Trek"


Bikeland is the largest bike area in Italy that stretches from the Brenta Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Adamello and Presanella glaciers, all the way to Lake Garda. It crosses five areas of Trentino: from Tonale and Pejo to Val di Sole, from Madonna di Campiglio to Tione and Comano Terme to Riva del Garda:

39 trails per uso MTB cross country – circa 1000 km

13 trails per uso MTB enduro – 206 km

8 trails per uso MTB downhill – 29 km

3 bike parks: Brenta Bike Park Pinzolo, Bike Park Pontedilegno-Tonale, Bike Park Val di Sole

3 bicycle paths for over 100 km

14 ski lifts that transport MTBs

1 unique bike pass on all lifts

200 e-bikes for hire

Bicycle Bus from Garda to Tonale, connecting Ponte Arche, Val Rendena, Val di Sole, Val del Chiese and Andalo Paganella.

Dolomiti di Brenta Bike alpencross MTB loop trail around the Brenta Dolomites for true MTB and adventure lovers.

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Here are the main cross country and enduro trails in the bike area.


Discover the valley by bike: Val Rendena is crisscrossed by around 30 km of cycle path that connects Carisolo with Tione di Trento and the Ponte Pià locality, after Ragoli. Flat stretches alternate with sweet climbs along the banks of the Sarca River. Suitable for families, it offers a pleasant ride in the open air.

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Play golf among enchanting natural landscapes

Just 2 km from our hotel is the prestigious Golf Club Rendena with its nine holes par 35, a welcoming Club House and a restaurant with food and wine proposals also aimed at non-golfers.

The camp is an oasis of silence and tranquillity, immersed in the colors of lush vegetation in the splendid setting of the peaks of the Adamello and the Dolomiti di Brenta. We have a convention for our guests.


We would like to point out some of the most suggestive walks near us



Panoramic excursion to ring, of great satisfaction. It climbs directly from Caderzone Terme up to the locality Pozza delle Vacche (1.485 mt) where it is parked. From here through the path n. 221 it is climbed to Malga Campastril (1830 mt) and therefore to the lake of Vacarsa. The trail continues up to the highest point of the "Bochet de l'Acqua Fredda" (2184 m), among a rich shrub vegetation, with a prevalence of black blueberry, cranberry and rhododendron, and arrives at the enchanting glacial basin that hosts, one next to the other, the two lakes Garzonè and San Giuliano. Near the San Giuliano lake, just a few meters from the ancient little church, is the San Giuliano refuge (1960 m), which is open in the summer season.

Near the lake of San Giuliano is the church-sanctuary dedicated to San Giuliano.

Legend has it that the Saint, protector from snake bites, retired there for the rest of his life.

Alternatively, the excursion can be undertaken in an anti-clockwise direction (i.e. to the right), starting from "Poc dali Fafc" for Malga Campo.

Alternatively, the excursion can be undertaken in an anti-clockwise direction (i.e. to the right), starting from "Poc dali Fafc" for Malga Campo.


The Spiritual Path takes its name from St. Vigilius, the bishop and patron saint of Trent who, according to legend, walked the path in his work of evangelization in the 4th century AD. The Way, which goes from Madonna di Campiglio to Trento passing through Caderzone, skirts the breathtaking spectacle of the Brenta Dolomites, meets wonderful natural landscapes and crosses fascinating villages with ancient traditions and tasty local products. Our hotel has an agreement with the walkers of San Vili..



From the center of Caderzone Terme, heading north along the provincial road, just before crossing the bridge over the Sarca River, a road that branches off to the left leads to the large agricultural area known as the "Piana di Caderzone" or "Piana di Curio", which takes its name from the old farmhouse.

The route starts from the small granite fountain near the Hotel Rio, along the asphalted road on the right you enter the large plain which is still used for grazing and free-range cattle breeding: its origin is to be attributed to the alluvial filling of an ancient lake which occupied most of the upper valley. In the plain is concentrated the agricultural economy of Caderzone Terme: we can admire old farm houses characterized by mighty walls and wooden superstructures to store hay such as the Maso Curio, evidence of Rendena's agricultural architecture dating back to XIV centuryContinuing between rustic houses and farms (where you will see on the left the "forgotten lazzaretto"), near the wooden footbridge you take the bicycle path to Pinzolo. Passing by the Sarca river along the cycle path, you come back to Caderzone Terme.


Continuing along the cycle path, near the Casa di Riposo Collini, turn left onto the bridge and continue in the direction of the Campo da Calcio di Carisolo soccer field. Once past the soccer field, you arrive at the Small Sanctuary of the Madonna del Potere, built between 1804 and 1825 from a 16th century frescoed shrine.


From the parking lot of the Chiesetta della Madonna del Potere (Church of Our Lady of Power), follow the asphalt road to the side of the church and take the path to the right where the Via Crucis begins, leading to the splendid Church of S. Stefano. The path continues until it crosses the cobblestone road, which leads to the church perched on a granite cliff, overlooking the mouth of the Val di Genova.

In the path, which is articulated within the centenary chestnut wood, the fascinating stations of the via crucis will always be visible.

La facciata esterna è interamente affrescata con splendide pitture di Simone Baschenis che, con la sua Danza Macabra, ha immortalato la Morte che ammonisce chi è ancora vivo e i sette peccati capitali. All’interno Baschenis realizzò nel 1534 il grande affresco di Carlo Magno, che dona grande pregio artistico alla chiesetta. La leggenda racconta che prima di arrivare a Pinzolo, Carlo Magno vide una chiesetta isolata su uno spuntone di roccia, vi si diresse e vi lasciò un documento con il racconto delle sue imprese.
Da non perdere inoltre la Chiesa di S.Vigilio di Pinzolo con la sua Danza Macabra sulla parete esterna e la Chiesa dedicata a S. Antonio Abate presso la località Pelugo anch’esse affrescate dal Baschenis.

S. MARTINO HERMITAGE (Val di Genova - Carisolo)

From the Church of S. Stefano on the right, just in front of the fountain, you take a steeper dirt road that leads to the paved road of Val di Genova, in the locality of La Prisa. Crossed the road, you take the path marked on the right that leads to the Eremo di S. Martino, at 1226 mt of altitude. The Hermitage is known for the popular legend that saw it inhabited by one of the last hermits: according to the popular imagination, the hermit lived on the bread that a tame bear brought him and his death was miraculously announced by the avornielli (laburnum flowers) that bloomed in January. This is a fascinating itinerary, especially in the spring and autumn months when the wood wears intense and lively colors. The path is panoramic and does not present particular difficulties, except for a couple of sections that are a bit exposed, but well protected by ropes.