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Trekking

Here you can find some recommendable trekking tours.
The Ponale Road

The Ponale Road

The Ponale Road was once the only route between Garda and Ledro Valley. It was inaugurated in 1851 and stayed open to public trafic up to 1992. This trails winds along the lake overlooking the water, with amazing views around every bend.
 
 
 
 
Park Busatte

Park Busatte

From Park Busatte’s grassy area you head off for a spectacular hike along the Busatte – Tempesta trail, a nature route overhanging the lake which winds for 4 km and includes flights of metal stairs with a total of 400 steps. This 90 minute hike through wonderful scenery, right above the lake, leads you to Tempesta.
 
 
 
 
A classic hike of Garda Trentino: Monte Stivo

A classic hike of Garda Trentino: Monte Stivo

The trail soon takes you above the woods and onto the wide open pastures which cover the summit of Monte Stivo and are clearly visible from the Basso Sarca. You are likely to come across cows and horses grazing on the pastures.
 
 
 
 
Bastione and Santa Barbara, the lords of Riva del Garda

Bastione and Santa Barbara, the lords of Riva del Garda

From down below, the Bastione and especially the chapel of Santa Barbara, seem incredibly far away, perched on the steep mountainside. However it doesn't take long at all to get to them and from up there you have spectacular views over Riva del Garda and the lake
 
 
 
 
From Nago to the summit of Monte Altissimo

From Nago to the summit of Monte Altissimo

This trail is a section of the Peace Trail or Sentiero della Pace in Trentino, a long-distance trail which touches on points of major interest on what was the Front during the Great War. All the mountainside above Nago bears traces of the Austro-Hungarian defences, tunnels and barricades which recall the distant days of the First World War.
This trek runs through the Monte Baldo Local Nature Reserve, a protected area notable for its exceptional biodiversity. Monte Baldo has been renowned since the 15th century for its extraordinary variety of plants and flowers and known as the “Garden of Europe”.
 
 
 
 
The forts of Monte Brione

The forts of Monte Brione

Up until 1918 Garda Trentino belonged to the Austro-Hungarian Empire which, well aware of the strategic position of the area, went about constructing a serious system of defences which centred on Monte Brione. Apart from bearing visible traces of that period, Monte Brione is also a biotope (or protected area) because of the high level of biodiversity of its typical Mediterranean vegetation.