5 sports you can practice in Trentino this spring
Windsurf, rafting, sailing and canoeing. These are just some of the aquatic adventures you can enjoy in Trentino this spring. You can choose to be whisked along by the wind or maybe speed rapidly down the wild waters that cut their way between sheer rock walls.
At the end of a long and thrilling day why not take some time out and relax on shore with an alternative (and quality) aperitif at any of these addresses.
Lake Garda doesn’t need an introduction. It’s beautiful when viewed from the shoreline but truly amazing if enjoyed on board a windsurf, catching the Ora, the typical wind of the Garda, in your sail. This body of water offers a good range of services to sportspeople, including windsurfing schools and hire.
Hop on an inflatable raft and take on the turbulent rapids of the Noce river, in Val di Sole, considered the best watercourse in Europe for freshwater sports.
In the midst of roaring waters and jarring rocks, the entire crew has to work together to overcome a common adversary: the river.
Leave the humdrum of the city behind and, at an easy pace, let yourself be gently rocked by the wind: it’s time to take a sailing trip on the fantastic lakes of Trentino. The most famous lake for sailing is, without doubt, Lake Garda and the Ora wind, typical to this area and very much appreciated by sailing enthusiasts.
If you’d like to explore the hidden shorelines of Trentino’s lakes, then you have no other choice than to pick up a paddle and hop into a canoe. The spring breeze and the calm waters of the lake, typical on sunny days, are perfect for enjoying this activity and soaking up the beauty of the surrounding mountains.
If you prefer a more relaxing experience, we recommend you try soft rafting down the Adige river. A charming trip between the towns of Mori and Rovereto aboard an inflatable barge. A “sweeter” alternative to white water rafting which allows the crew to admire the city from an unusual perspective.