The top features of the 2020-2021 season: the new Fortini Pradalago gondola in Madonna di Campiglio and the Alpe Daolasa 2045 Bar Restaurant Self-Service in Folgarida Marilleva. And in 2021 a water reservoir basin in Val Mastellina.
With this year’s 24 million Euro investment plan, the SkiArea Campiglio Dolomiti di Brenta Val di Sole Val Rendena aims at further improving the amenities that this mountain resort provides and the skiing experience of guests. Even though this is a critical moment for the tourism industry, the SkiArea, which has more than 150 kilometres of interconnected slopes and that over the years has been able to differentiate itself from many other resorts thanks to its facilities, amenities and the implementation of top-level snowmaking technology, has therefore decided to look ahead and to start planning for the 2020-2021 winter season with the addition of numerous new features.
A jewel of state-of-the-art technology: the Fortini – Pradalago gondola
The construction of the new 10-passenger Doppelmayr D-line gondola with a carrying capacity of 3.600 passengers/hour and a speed of 6 meters/second along a 2.432-meter length with an elevation difference of 456 meters, is also the perfect opportunity to renovate both the area surrounding the base station of the lift and the parking area.
The renovation project for the restaurant-bar at the top station of the Daolasa 2 gondola lift
It will be redesigned to have a contemporary, glamorous look and to increase the functional aspects of this facility. Two new escalators will be installed to make it easier to access the building, a spacious 400 m² panoramic terrace with a view of the Brenta Dolomites and an outdoor bar-kiosk for a fantastic mountain top Après-Ski.
The Skiweg Malghet Aut connecting slope (n. 18), the Delle Rocce slope (n. 9) and the Panoramica slope (n. 7), will be restyled, enlarged and equipped with state-of-the-art snowmaking systems. In Val Mastellina, site preparation work necessary for the construction of a water reservoir basin is also currently underway. This project will provide a considerable increase in the supply of water available for the ski area’s snowmaking system which will in turn guarantee perfect snow cover on the slopes right from the very start of the winter season. This facility will be completed during 2021.