Hiking at Lake Garda
Lake Garda offers more than just sunbathing and strolling on beach promenades. Numerous comfortable and challenging hiking trails at different altitudes stretch through the beautiful natural landscape of the Lake and its surroundings.
If you don't have vertigo, we recommend, aside from the numerous via ferrata, discovering the many safe and beautiful tracks in the nearby mountain ranges of Lake Garda.
The Brenta Dolomites north of Lake Garda or Monte Baldo with its summit at 2000 metres, provide unique views of Lake Garda during a hike. The plateaus of Tremosine and Tignale on the west shore of the lake are also not to be missed.
Most trails are well signposted and, with exceptions, marked red-white-red. In any case, we recommend hikers to stock up on a mountain hike with maps and also to consult printed hiking guides, for example from the famous Kompass publishing house. Information about paths, tours, summits and huts are also provided by the local tourism associations.
There are rewarding, intermediate hikes on Monte Pizzòcolo or Cima Comér. A very long tour leads around Lake Ledro and Cima Caret, just to name a few examples.