The accessible viewpoint of Mount Spinale lies at an altitude of 2100 metres. This promontory is truly scenic, with a 360° view over the most famous peaks in the Brenta Dolomites and the valley of Madonna di Campiglio, surrounded by Adamello and Presanella.

The vast, gently rolling plateau of Spinale has pastures and dairies and is accessed directly from the town of Madonna di Campiglio by the Spinale cable car. From the top, the panorama over the peaks of the Brenta Group will take your breath away, with Cima Grostè, Castello di Vallesinella, Cima Falkner, Cima Brenta, Torre di Brenta, Cima Tosa and Crozzon di Brenta close by.

The summit is flat and has plenty of attractions: there are fully accessible places to eat (Chalet FIAT), where it is also possible to stay overnight to enjoy the views at different times of the day and night. It is the starting point for a number of excursions through beautiful pastures, thanks to paths on compact terrain and gentle inclines. The cable car cabins are accessible and can carry pushchairs, mountain bikes and wheelchairs. The ticket office and entrance to the cable car are both on flat ground, on the same level as the street, and there are no gaps between the boarding platform and the cabin. Once on the Spinale plateau, exiting the cable car presents no particular problems.