Trekking - Limone sul Garda
To make your stay more dynamic and exciting, the Municipality has organized a series of guided excursions to be held every week from 01 May to 30 September 2022. There are three routes, each designed to allow both professionals and amateurs the opportunity to enjoy a pleasant trekking experience in peace, safety, and fun.
The first, the Nature Trail, will take place every Monday. It is 6 kilometers long and with a difference in altitude of 250 meters, it is an ideal route for everyone, including families with children (without prams).
On Wednesdays, the Sun trail takes place. This is a 14 kilometer round trip in the tranquility of nature that leads to the Sopino waterfall and continues with breathtaking views of the famous cycle path and the Garda Lake.
The third route leads to Cima Mughera. Every Friday, for expert hikers and those with good mountain experience, there is the possibility to reach the Cima with an altitude difference of 1100 meters and 16 km round trip.
The groups will consist of a maximum of 30 people for the easier hikes and 20 people for the more demanding ones. Participants must wear appropriate footwear and clothing. The hikes will also take place in the event of rain.
Meeting and departure on Monday and on Wednesday at 09.30 a.m., on Friday at 08.15 a.m. always at the Information Office in Via IV Novembre 29/L.
Reservations, which must be made in advance, can be made at the following addresses:
The price for adults is €5, while the experience is free for children up to 14 years of age.
For further information on the trekking routes, please consult the guide.
An excursion, whether on foot or by mountain bike, is always an adventure, an experience to be lived in contact with the mountains and the surrounding nature. As some routes may prove difficult for an untrained hiker, caution is recommended.
Clothing: Always dress appropriately for the season, considering the type of excursion, the altitude, and the weather, which can change very quickly in the mountains. Pack sunglasses, a hat, spare clothing, and a waterproof jacket with a hood in your rucksack.
Equipment: as well as suitable footwear of course, it is recommended that you carry a water bottle, first aid equipment, a map, and a multifunctional knife.
Safety: always let someone know about your excursion and, in the absence of family or friends on the spot, contact the reception of your hotel or residence. A mobile phone, however, can do and help a lot.