The ferrata delle Taccole, which was renovated and improved in 2021, is located on Monte Baldo at Cima delle Buse and can be reached after about three-hour walk. Short but intense, it is recommended for experienced hikers with good knowledge of the mountains. The ferrata has some difficult passages and is exposed, particularly along the crack, a characteristic feature of the route.

The Maroc at Cassone are four blocks of rock in the woods equipped for climbing that also include a bouldering area. The crag has 23 climbing routes of varying difficulty, from 4A to 7B, ideal for those wishing to take up this sport. The crag can be climbed all year round and is located in a shady area.

An easy circular trail of thirteen kilometres through the towns in the community of Brenzone, starting from Sommavilla and ending at Castelletto on the Lake Garda shore.

Partly excavated on the Monte Cimo ridge, its 1740 steps make it a very demanding route, with a 600 metre height difference. It starts with the historic approach to the Sanctuary of the Madonna della Corona from the Val d’Adige (path no. 73, Pilgrims’ Path) in the centre of Brentino.

Pazzon is a village in the community of Caprino Veronese and it is the starting point for a beautiful loop walk that from the centre of Pazzon descends towards the valley of the Tasso stream to reach Porcino and then come back up to Pazzon.

A fifteen kilometre itinerary which is quite demanding but very varied and satisfying. The route starts in Malcesine on the CAI 659 path and leads to the Hermitage of San Benigno and Caro, passing through many panoramic points on the gorges and towers of Mount Baldo, on Lake Garda and with some beautiful stretches in the woods.

The route that winds for about 8 km in the hilly area north-west of Custoza in a natural environment typical of the morainic amphitheatre among cultivated fields, meadows, streams and woods.

From the Due Pozze car park, head uphill to the right along the road following the signs for the Fiori del Baldo Refuge and Bocchette di Naole. The trail passes a few metres below the ridges and continues on to Rifugio Chierego at the foot of Cima Costabella, which offers an incredible panorama.

The route starts from the Canevoi district, crosses the Sperane pine forest and arrives at the village Lumini. From here we take the path that leads to the top of Monte Belpo from where it is possible to admire the south Lake Garda and the Po Valley, and then descend to the starting point via Dosso Croce.

An itinerary within everyone’s reach along the mule tracks and paths of Brenzone sul Garda. Starting from Castello, climb up to S.Antonio delle Pontare, descend and climb back up to the well-known village of Campo and return to the starting point via Marniga.


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