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Canoeing is a great way to explore the lakes in Trentino, from their inner core to the most remote edges. As you glide away from the waterfront, the viewpoint changes catching glimpses of a new landscape: spectacular mountains reflected in the emerald water, lush vegetation, leafy inlets where you can dock for a relaxing break. Along the way, you will uncover secluded corners, concealed from the view on the shores. All this is offered in one easy, accessible to everyone activity that promises a pleasurable experience. Ideal to beat the summer swelter and to appreciate the beauty of the scenery at a peaceful pace.
Canoeing on Lake Garda is recommended when the water is calmer so you can fully appreciate the stunning natural landscape. If you are after something more dynamic and competitive, try the slalom on the mouth of river Sarca, near the Lido of Arco.
Amid archaeological sites and historic traces, Lake Ledro is a fascinating water basin: safe for swimming, protected from strong winds and surrounded by unspoilt nature, it makes for a memorable day out on the lake.
Boasting a large stretch of freshwater only a few minutes drive from Trento, Lake Caldonazzo is ideal for recreational water activities, relaxation and attractive night-life. Its safe yet versatile water offers entertainment for everyone. Lake Levico is another local gem: a deep blue pool enclosed by leafy woods, offering endless scope for relaxation. Canoeing around its borders makes for an unforgettable experience. Both lakes received the Blue Flag Award in 2017.
Nestled in the Brenta Dolomites, Lake Molveno is a rare beauty. With its unique iridescent shades and manicured grounds, it’s a very attractive destination for tourists and water sports enthusiasts, including professional athletes who regularly train on the lake.
As you paddle through the lake you will discover the history and the hidden secrets of this water basin. A journey through wild nature and spectacular canyons at the heart of the Rio Novella river park.
Fed by the river Chiese on the border between two regions, it offers temperate waters ideal for swimming also in low season. Enclosed by forested mountains, it’s a popular spot for water sports, including angling, ideal also for trekking excursions.