Trekking Northern Italy

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Trekking paths are abundant in Northern Italy

Italy is often times associated with its superb cuisine pasta, pizza and the greatest wines but truth be told, there’s much more to the country. If you want, you’ll find ample opportunity for trekking in Northern Italy! Trekking, hiking, canyoning, backpacking all in a beautiful paradise-like, Mediterranean setting! Join us as we explore the community favourite options for trekking in Northern Italy. Sharewood lists the community favourite outdoor locations worldwide, take a peek:

Canyoning at Lago di Garda - A real refreshing adventure in Italy!

Garda Lake is the most popular destination in this part of the country, visited by thousands of tourists for trekking in northern Italy every year. It’s not an everyday experience, to see the magnificent Mediterranean setting with palm trees and snowy peaks. Due to its unique climate and its diverse landscape, this holiday location is a true Mecca of the adventure sports! Everyone can find joy here, whether you like water sports or the thrill of height and climbing, or just hiking and relaxing on the beach. But above all, some of the most breathtaking canyoning routes of Europe are located here – perfect for trekking in northern Italy!

Rock climbing, windsurfing, kite, via ferrata, biking, hiking, canyoning, there is almost no sport that could not host the home of the extremities. The lemon and palm trees lurking in the shadows of snowy peaks create an incredible contrast, and the feeling of the lake is more similar to a seaside, than the simple mood of common standing water.

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Don’t stop here!

Nordic walking and trekking in northern Italy, at one of Europe's largest and most enchanting fitness paradise which surround the magical Lake Garda, are within arm’s reach.
There are 15 routes of varying difficulty covering 100 km. You may choose from a wide variety of mountain paths with different altitudes, with an extraordinary panorama of the lake and the surrounding countryside. On the way, there are many natural attractions as well as numerous ancient villages and communities.

If you would ever get hungry in the active lifestyle – don’t worry, there’s a whole tour only about eating!

Valpolicella Food and Wine tour: off to visit the most evocative areas of the Valpolicella through narrow streets immersed in the vineyards and breath-taking views from the hills. A van will take you this time – no need for trekking. Northern Italy offers all sort of gastronomical wonders, and you may try them all from jam, fruits to prosciutto and pasta!

But if you look for something more, check out our other options here!