Lago di San Giuliano foto di Fabrizio Puccini, Archivio Parco Naturale Adamello Brenta


You can use one ski pass for the entire area.

Located in the heart of the Dolomites, the Skiarea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta - Val di Sole - Val Rendena is the largest ski area in Trentino. It includes more than 150 km of slopes, always snow-guaranted and highly maintained. With 60 new ski lifts which connect the 3 skiareas of Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo and Folgarida-Marilleva. 


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SNOWSHOEING AND EXCURSIONS: For those who don't ski, there are numerous snowshoeing routes to enjoy the silence of the woods surrounded by breathtaking views.

MOUNTAINEERING SKI: For the expert skiers… amazing itineraries for ski mountaineering. These are the most popular routes: Cima Roma, Cima Vagliana, Bocca dei Camosci, Val Gelada, Cima Presanella, Monte Ritòrt a Monte Serodoli.

CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING: For lovers of peace and quiet, there are 2 different opportunities of cross-country skiing with trails that run through forests and breathtaking views: 22 km at Campo Carlo Magno cross-country trails and 5 km at Carisolo cross-country trails

SLEDGING: For the most daring, Madonna di Campiglio has a unique sledge track within the Skiarea. It starts from Monte Spinale (2070 mt), passing Malga Fevri, 3 km of pure adrenaline. Highly recomended!

DOG SLEDDING: The thrill of a sleigh ride in the Brenta Dolomites pulled by splendid Alaskan Husky dogs.

ICE SKATING: indoor and outdoor: At Pinzolo Ice Stadium on the covered Olympic track or Madonna di Campiglio, outdoors on the frozen lake, in the Conca Verde in the heart of the town, adults and kids can enjoy themselves.

FROZEN WATERFALLS ICE CLIMBING: For the most adventurous… Madonna di Campiglio and Val Rendena offers breathtaking sceneries of the iced waterfall. Very popular with expert ice climbers are the waterfalls of Val Brenta, Vallesinella, Nardis and Lares in Val Genova.

SWIMMING:After a day of skiing, for those who want to loosen up their muscles, the local swimming pool (in Spiazzo) offers two pools, a main one 25 x 12 mt and a heated children's pool 10 x 4 mt.

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There are numerous activities to be enjoyed in the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Surrounded by breathtaking sceneries of the Adamello Brenta Natural Park, Madonna di Campiglio and Pinzolo offer so many opportunities for the outdoor sports:
450 km of paths for trekking and excursions in mountain
Several ferrate of various difficulties
Mountain bike routes in the Dolomites: the largest bike area in Italy
More than 30 km of cycle paths
2 golf courses one in Caderzone-Bocenago and the other in Madonna di Campiglio
Tennis and Padel at the Pinzolo Tennis Club
Paragliding  .
Climbing .
Horse riding in the riding schools of Pinzolo and Villa Rendena
Fishing in the Sarca river with about 300 km of fishing waters, and mountain lakes &nbsp &nbsp
SWIMMING: at the Spiazzo municipal swimming pool, with an outdoor solarium to relax and enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains. The facility offers 2 pools, a main one measuring 25 x 12 mt and a heated shallow-water children's pool measuring 10 x 4 mt.
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A newly built Bio-lake perfectly immerged in the green area "Pineta", the multi-service sports area and children's playground in Pinzolo. A large swimming area that includes a swimming pool for children. The phyto-purification always guarantees clean water.
There are a series of piers from which you can dive. In different area around the lake there are sun-loungers and showers heated directly by sunlight, also changing rooms and a first aid room.
Entrance fee € 5, booking necessary.

For the lovers of trekking, a wonderful hiking itinerary, with a ring tour around the Brenta Dolomites and in the Adamello Brenta Nature Park, with possibility of staying in the refuges at high altitudes.
Choose your “Dolomiti di Brenta Trek”

Bikeland is the biggest bike area of Italy , it runs from the Brenta Dolomites Unesco World Heritage and from the Adamello-Presanella glaciers, to Garda Lake. The Bikeland crosses five areas of Trentino region: from Tonale and Pejo to the Val di Sole, from the well known Madonna di Campiglio to Tione and Comano Terme, up to Riva del Garda.
39 trails for MTB cross country - approx. 1000 km
13 trails for MTB enduro - 206 km
8 trails for MTB downhill - 29 km
3 bike parks:Brenta Bike Park Pinzolo, Bike Park Pontedilegno-Tonale, Bike Park Val di Sole
3 cycle paths covering over 100 km
14 lifts &nbsp
1 single bike pass for all lifts
200 e-bike for hire
Bike Shuttle from Garda Lake to Tonale, connecting Ponte Arche, Val Rendena, Val di Sole, Val del Chiese and Andalo Paganella
Dolomiti di Brenta Bike alpencross MTB route 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 crossed by about 30 km of cycle path that connects Carisolo to Tione di Trento and to Ponte Pià, after Ragoli. Easy bike paths along the banks of the Sarca river. Suitable for families, it offers a pleasant ride in the open air.

For mountaineering, climbing, hiking, skiing, trekking and biking, you can contact our qualified Alpine Guides: | Tel. +39 0465 502111 |


Playing golf immersed within enchanting natural landscapes

Just 2 km from our hotel is the beautiful Rendena Golf Club with its 9 holes par 35, a welcoming Club House and a restaurant offering food and wine also for non-golfers.

The course is an oasis of silence and tranquillity, immersed in the colors of the Adamello peaks and the Brenta Dolomites. For our guests we have a green fee discount.


These are just a few of the many beautiful walks near to us



Panoramic ring excursion, of great satisfaction. It starts directly from Caderzone Terme (850 mt) up to Pozza delle Vacche (1.485 mt) where you can park. From here take the trail n. 221 up to Malga Campastril (1830 mt) where you arrive to the lake of Vacarsa. Continuing up you reach the highest point "Bochet de l'Acqua Fredda" (2184 m) surrounded by wild bushes of black blueberry, cranberry and rhododendron. From here you can already admire the enchanting glacial basin with the two lakes Garzonè and San Giuliano. In between the 2 lakes is the ancient little church dedicated to San Giuliano, there is also the San Giuliano refuge (1960 m), is open in the summer season.

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

The legend says that the Patron Saint, known for protection against snake bites, retired there for all his life.

Then return to the parking lot, proceed along the trail n. 230 for Malga S. Giuliano (mt 1941) and Malga Campo (mt 1734).

Alternatively, the hike can be done anti-clockwise, starting from "Poc dali Fafc" to Malga Campo.


The Spiritual Path takes its name from St. Vigilius, Bishop and Patron of Trento who, according to legend, walked along it during his evangelization work in the fourth century AD. The Path, which goes from Madonna di Campiglio to Trento passing through Caderzone, skirts the breathtaking spectacle of the Brenta Dolomites, encounters beautiful 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, continuing towards north along the provincial road, before crossing the bridge over the Sarca river, a road that branches off to the left leads to the large agricultural area called “piana di Caderzone” or “piana di Curio” which takes its name from the ancient farm. The route starts from the granite fountain near the Hotel Rio, taking the road on the right you enter into the large Plain still used for grazing and free-range farming: its origin is to be attributed to the alluvial filling of an ancient lake that occupied most of the upper valley. Theagricultural economy of Caderzone Terme is concentrated in the plain: we can admire old farmhouses characterized by massive walls and wooden superstructures to store hay such as Maso Curioevidence of Rendena's agricultural architecture dating back to the fourteenth century.Continuing between rustic houses and farmhouses (where you will see on the left the "forgotten lazaretto"), near the wooden footbridge you will take the bike path to Pinzolo. Passing by the Sarca river along the cycle path you come back to Caderzone Terme.  


Continuing along the bicycle path, near the Casa di Riposo Collini, turn left on the bridge and continue in the direction of the soccer field of Carisolo. After the soccer field you arrive at the Small Sanctuary of the Madonna del Potere, built between 1804 and 1825, which originally was a small “church station” dating back to the 16th century.


From the parking lot of the Church of the “Madonna del Potere”, take the path on the right where the “Via Crucis” begins, leading to the beautiful “Church of S. Stefano”The path continues until it crosses the cobbled road that leads to the church perched on a granite cliff, which dominates the opening of the Val di Genova. On the way up, one can admire the park with its hundred years old chestnut trees, and also the fascinating stations of the via crucis. The external facade is entirely frescoed with splendid paintings by Simone Baschenis with his Danza Macabra, immortalized Death admonishing those who are still alive and the seven deadly sins. Inside Baschenis realized in 1534 the great fresco of Carlo Magnowhich gives great artistic value to the church. Legend has it that before arriving in Pinzolo, Carlo Magno saw a small isolated church on top of the rocks, he went there and left a document with the story of his adventures. Not to be missed is the Church of S.Vigilio in Pinzolo with its Danza Macabra on the outside wall, and also the Church dedicated to S. Antonio Abate in the village of Pelugo , also frescoes by Baschenis.

S. MARTINO HERMITAGE (Val di Genova - Carisolo)

From the Church of S. Stefano on the right, just in front of the fountain, take the small steep road on the right hand side, and you will find a sign “Eremo di S. Martino”. Then follow the steep trail which leads to the “Eremo di S. Martino” (1226 mt). The legend says that the hermit lived on 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 route, especially in spring and autumn when the woods are abundant with intense and lively colours. The path is panoramic and could be difficult for the less experienced walker, there are a couple of sections that are a bit exposed, but well protected by ropes.