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Water Sports

When you come to Trentino bring your climbing boots, but also remember your swimsuit!

When you think of Trentino, the first thing that comes to mind are the majestic mountain landscapes, perhaps the peaks of the Dolomites. Actually, here in Trentino there are nearly 300 lakes and over 2,000 km of watercourses. That’s why we recommend you bring your swimsuit; it could come in handy. You can windsurf or sail on Lake Garda, canoe on the lakes of Molveno and Caldonazzo or raft down the Noce river. These are just some of the countless options you can choose from.

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Cavalese - Rafting and canyoning on the Avisio river

Avisio Rafting

Extreme Waves

Lake Molveno Canoe - SUP

Gardasee Charter

Riva del Garda

Canoa Club Trento

Trento

Canyoning Adventures Torbole

Albola torrent

XRafting Val di Sole

Fraglia Vela Riva

Its position on the North of Lake Garda and the wind blowing both...

Eurorafting

Cavalese - Rafting and canyoning on the Avisio river

Avisio Rafting

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Extreme Waves

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Lake Molveno Canoe - SUP

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Gardasee Charter

Riva del Garda

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Canoa Club Trento

Trento

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Canyoning Adventures Torbole

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Albola torrent

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XRafting Val di Sole

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Fraglia Vela Riva

Its position on the North of Lake Garda and the wind blowing both from North and South, make it a perfect venue for a regatta

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Eurorafting

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Water Sports