This path is located on the east coast of Lake Garda, in the province of Trento: it starts in the adventure park Le Busatte, near Torbole, and goes downhill to Tempesta.
This panoramic path allows you to enjoy enchanting views and landscapes. You can admire Riva del Garda, Torbole and the surrounding mountains from an elevated point of view, in addition to the parade of sailing and windsurfing boats that are often in the area.
If you like taking pictures, this is an ideal area for capturing landscapes that you won't find so easily.
To rest you can take advantage of the panoramic openings along the way, sitting on the benches to enjoy in peace the view from above on the Lake. Along the promenade have been inserted several signs to give you important information about the rock formation, as well as about the flora and fauna of the place.
Once arrived at the end of the path – in the village of Tempesta – there are two possibilities for return: in fact you can choose to go back by foot through a ring route that returns to Busatte or you can decide to take the bus.
In case you want to return by public transport, we recommend checking the timetables, because in the winter months the bus frequency is reduced.
The route is about 11.5 km long and normally requires a journey time of 2-3 hours, depending on the speed you intend to keep. The ideal seasons to go for a walk are spring and autumn, because the excessively hot or cold temperatures make it difficult to enjoy the walk, that’s why the only refreshment point is at the start, at the Le Busatte adventure park, where there is a convenient parking area.
We advise you to dress in comfortable clothes and comfortable shoes, carrying a bottle of water that will be certainly useful during the journey. Even families can try this pleasant excursion in the middle of nature, but know that we do not recommend it in case you have to push a stroller, because there are many stairs, mainly downhill on the way to Tempesta.
This tour is also not recommended, if you suffer from vertigo in a marked way, because the path is elevated and the height difference reaches about 320 meters, with particularly overhanging stairways.