You don’t have to climb a mountain to get a stunning view

Ride a lift. Circle a lake. Wander a forest path. There are all sorts of ways to explore Trentino.

Not every walk should be a trial of strength. Wander a forest path through dappled sunlight, and in a couple of kilometers, you could find yourself in a mountain dairy, chatting to the owner about his home-made cheese.

Or how about beach-hopping along a lake shore, with no greater ambition than finding a sunny spot for a picnic? If a sense of well-being becomes your objective, then the day can take a different turn. Strenuous physical exertion can wait.

Trentino is full of walks that provide this kind of experience – in spring, summer, autumn and even winter.

Garda Lake Busatte - Tempesta

From Busatte Park you head off for a spectacular hike along the Busatte–Tempesta trail, a nature route overhanging the lake which winds for 4 km and includes flights of metal stairs with a total of 400 steps.  

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Tour of the Saent Waterfalls

This tour takes you to one of the most suggestive corners of Northwestern Trentino, at the foot of the foamy cascades created by the Rabbies Torrent. The itinerary runs inside the Stelvio National Park, in the Ortles-Cevedale Massif.

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Tour of Lake Tovel

This mountain lake - one oh the highlights of the Adamello Brenta Nature Park - is  incredibly fascinating, with its crystal waters and its ivory colored beaches. The easy walk along the shores is a perfect opportunity to relax with the whole family

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Lagorai - Lago delle Buse

The walk to Lake Buse from Manghen Pass is rather short and thus recommended also to families with children. Along the path you can see a local landmark known as ‘l’Eterno’ (the Eternal): the trunk of a monumental pine tree impressively struck by lightning.

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San Martino di Castrozza - Val Venegia

The route follows the right-hand side of the Val Venegia along the forest road closed to traffic that connects Malga Venegia to Malga Venegiota. The itinerary develops at the foot of the splendid Pale di San Martino peaks, offering breathtaking mountain views.

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