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I've heard a lot about the Ursus Snowpark in Madonna di Campiglio. What's it like?

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I've heard a lot about the Ursus Snowpark in Madonna di Campiglio. What's it like?

The award-winning Ursus Snowpark is situated in Grosté at about 2500 meters above sea level, with ideal natural terrain for all the jumps and tricks that snowboarders love. With a wide choice of facilities and obstacles, the park is perfect for everyone from novices to experts.

The 8-acre snowpark consists of three separate areas populated with over 40 freestyle obstacles including step-ups, step-downs, funboxes, spines, jumps, and boxes and rails. Best of all, the obstacles are made of entirely natural snow. With plenty of annual snowfall as well as supplemental snow guns, the park is always in tip-top shape from the very first day of the annual seasonal opening.

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What and when is the Hasburg Carnival in Madonna di Campiglio & should I go?

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What and when is the Hasburg Carnival in Madonna di Campiglio & should I go?

Once one of the romantic holiday resorts of the Habsburg empire, Madonna di Campiglio recalls the heyday of Emperor Franz Joseph and his wife, the beloved Princess Sissi, with a magnificent annual celebration including cultural events, elegant balls, fireworks and a torch-lit ski descent. Visitors should not miss this exciting annual event!

During the week-long Habsburg Carnival, visitors can experience the glamour of 19th century Vienna beginning with the court's arrival by carriage. Balls and parties abound at lavish venues where guests, including Franz Joseph, Sissi and assorted hussars, dazzle in impressive historic costumes. The highlight of the carnival is the Emperor's Great Ball, reviving the enchanting Viennese traditions of waltzing, music and fancy dress.

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