The territory surrounding Lake Garda, which extends to the Morainic Hills and the high mountains above it, is a paradise for fans of these activities, not only because it offers extraordinary landscapes and an infinite number of routes of all types , but also for the Mediterranean climate that allows the practice of these sports in every season and for the widespread presence of huts and huts that always offer a warm welcome.
For lovers of nature and greenery, on Lake Garda there is certainly no shortage of opportunities to discover the hidden side of a landscape that comes out of the usual tourist routes. In particular, if you are an expert hiker, the route that starts from Malcesine and reaches Monte Baldo is what you need.
This interesting walk consists of a long walk along the Ventrar path that will lead you between gullies and cliffs, passing the Kira refuge, the capital of San Valentino, the portico Il Signor, up to the San Michele hill, from which to take the cable car and go back home.
Moving further south there are two itineraries, quite demanding but very beautiful and evocative that will introduce you to an unexpected Monte Baldo, with an alpine flavor.
The first climbs to Cima Valdritta from path number 5 and the second climbs to Cima Telegrafo from path 654.
If, on the other hand, you are spending your holidays in Torbole and want to explore its surroundings, about a kilometer from the center you will find Nago, where you can park and start a truly original walk. Following a path that starts from there, you will have the opportunity to get to the Marmitte dei Giganti, natural cavities in the middle of the rocks, 10 to 12 meters deep. This original name derives from the legend that these meanders were excavated by colossal giants.