Ski Lifts in Madonna di Campiglio
Madonna di Campiglio’s Ski Lifts sytem is mainly up to date, but queuing can be a problem during busy periods.
Madonna di Campiglio Ski Lifts & Lift Passes
The most obvious problem during busy periods is the Cinque Laghi cable car which is simply too small (it’s the last of the resort’s original lifts) and can generate big queues; and once you’re at the base station, there’s no convenient alternative to divert to.
The other issue is the layout – the two sides of the valley are only linked at the Groste base station where a footbridge with magic carpet links skiers to the Fortini chair into the Pradalago area; this point is well out of town but gets busy.
Back in town, the main Cinque Laghi and Pradalago cable cars are within reasonable walking distance of each other but crossing to Monte Spinale to access the other side of the valley and link into Passo Groste is a bit of a schlep. At least none of this is an issue for beginners who need only get to Campo Carlo Magno where three nursery lifts cover a gentle entirely separate area.