Lake Garda also offers a variety of routes and paths for hiking lovers! Trekking is a very popular sport in the area, suited to experienced hikers looking for an adventure, but also to families who would like to spend a day outdoors or simply take a stroll. The tourist offices on Lake Garda offer information and maps for any route. There, visitors will receive information on the duration, length and level of difficulty of each route.
Here is a list of the numerous routes on the northern shore of Lake Garda, in the Trentino region: a trip to the giant’s kettles called “Marmitte dei Giganti”, old rock formations above the town of Nago, the tour to Lake Tenno, the walk to the Castle of Arco, the Ponale road with its unique charm and the route leading to Monte Stivo – there is something for everyone!
The east of Lake Garda offers a similar range of tours and comprises of various paths along the slopes of Monte Baldo, among these such as the path from Malcesine to the summit of Monte Baldo (also with a cable cab). Further south, trails lead from the towns of Brenzone and Torri to the surrounding hills, which offer a unique view.
Last, the routes in Lombardy leading from Gargnano to the hermitage of San Valentino are worth mentioning: the “Sentiero delle Tracce” path in Tremosine’s forest, the routes leading from Limone to the “Baita Bonaventura Segala” alpine hut, and from Campione to Pieve di Tremosine.
The trekking activities on Lake Garda comprise tours for everyone, both enthusiasts and experts, as well as a colourful landscape of unparalleled beauty.
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