Lake Garda offers several routes for MTB enthusiasts.
If you want to enjoy a simply route you can cycle on the bike path along the river Sarca, if you look for something more exciting you have to try the challenging Ponale road that leads to the Ledro valley.
If you practice down-hill you should definitely try the “Val del Diaol” or the Tremalzo route.
For info: www.gardamtb.com
Do you like the thrill of climbing? Lake Garda and the crags around Arco will surprise you.
You will find rocks suitable for everyone, from beginners to the most experts and also crags designed for families with parking, picnic area and green spaces.
If you want to admire the beautiful Garda landscapes from above do not miss the “Vie ferrate”.
For info and lessons: www.arcomountainguide.com
From Lake Garda (65 meters above sea level) you can reach, on foot or by using the lifts, peaks that go beyond 2000 Mt.
If you are fond of trekking and hiking, you can find on Lake Garda a wide choice of itineraries, as well as alpine routes and paths to walk with snowshoes in the winter season.
For info: www.lagodigardaescursioni.it
You are in the best place for water sports, in addition to windsurfing and sailing, on Lake Garda you can also try new disciplines such as SUP (Stand Up Paddle) and Kitesurfing.
Fun is guaranteed and the numerous qualified schools on the lake will help you choose the perfect discipline for you.
For info and lessons: www.surfsegnana.it
BASE jumping is a new extreme sport that involves jumping out of fixed structures or mountains with the help of a parachute.
Mount Brento, a few kilometers from Dro and Arco, is now a popular destination for lovers of free flight from all over the world.
Try the exciting tandem base with Maurizio Di Palma, an internationally known base jumper.
For info: www.brentobaseschool.com
ADVENTURE AND OUTDOOR
If you have never heard of canyoning or river trekking you should definitely try it!
Canyoning consist in going through narrow and suggestive gorges with a steep slope through a downhill path generally by using a rope or by diving into the lower ravine below.
River trekking consist in walking along the rivers and streams and it does not require the use of harnesses and ropes because is practised in easier sections without high waterfalls.
For info and booking: www.mountainlive.org