Relaxation, sport, gourmet cuisine and culture meet in Garda Trentino and in Valle di Ledro, a territory made of wonderful sceneries and enriched by the charming Lake Garda.
The area of Garda Trentino comprises the northernmost part of Lake Garda, whereas the Valle di Ledro valley stretches near the famous tourist town of Riva del Garda. This unique territory, with the unusual combination of Alpine landscapes and Mediterranean vegetation, is perfect for practicing a variety of different sports.
The wonderful Lake Garda and Lake Ledro are popular destinations for all water sport lovers, who come from all over Europe to practice windsurfing and sailing. Moreover, in Riva del Garda you can swim close to the shores or explore the lake floor.
Nevertheless, the area offers also many interesting climbing routes, fully equipped routes, and vie ferrate, for all those who love the thrills of high altitude.
If on the other side your sport of choice is mountain biking, you can explore every time a new trail, choosing among the many that wind between lakes and mountains, with height differences from 65 to 2000 meters.
Trekking is another widespread outdoor activity in the charming area of Garda Trentino and Valle di Ledro. There are, for example, the 100 km trails of the Nordic Fitness Sport Park in Arco, and the Trekking delle Meraviglie.
In winter you can have a lot of fun on the snow, with the snowshoeing routes on Monte Baldo, the ski slopes of Monte Stivo and the cross-country skiing trails in Val Concei.
Then of course you can relax sunbathing on the white shores of Lake Garda or sitting in a restaurant in front of a plate of delicious fish or carne salada, flavored with DOP extra-virgin olive oil and served together with some excellent wine.
Garda Trentino is a land rich in culture, hidden inside the many castles, museums and beautiful Renaissance dwellings, and rich in music and sports events, like the Bike Festival and the Bike Transalp.
The via ferrata Cima Capi is a medium-easy hike taking from the administrative division of Biacesa di Ledro to Cima Capi, through trails, stone stairways and fully equipped routes.
The via ferrata starts near the village of Biascesa di Ledro. Take the Sentiero del Bec n.470 and follow the via ferrata Susatti n.405. Through lush green meadows and forests, the route leads up in the mountains, and along the path you can admire trenches and the remains of First World War forts. The trail is well kept and fully equipped.
Once you reach Cima Capi you can enjoy a wonderful scenery: the peaks of the Adamello-Presanella and of the Brenta Dolomites, and Monte Baldo.
For the return route, take again trail n.405 and then the via ferrata Foletti n.460, which leads to the mountain hut Bivacco Arcioni.
The northern section of Lake Garda is one of the most appreciated tourist destinations in Trentino: thanks to the mild climate and the charming landscapes made of lush green Mediterranean vegetation and high mountain peaks, every year thousands of visitors come here to relax and to practice water sports in the green.
Lake Garda is the biggest lake of Italy, with a surface of 370 square meters and a depth of 350 meters, stretching among the provinces of Brescia (Lombardy), Verona (Veneto) and Trento (Trentino Alto Adige).
Formed about 10,000 years ago by retreating glaciers, it is one of the most sought after and appreciated tourist destinations of Italy, and here sports enthusiasts can practice windsurfing and diving.