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A walking guidebook containing 50 day walks around the Italian lakes of Maggiore, Como, Iseo and Garda. The guide includes detailed descriptions and maps for walks that range from easy, leisurely strolls, to more strenuous routes up panoramic peaks. The routes range between 2 to 13 miles in length and offer varying terrain to suit all walkers.
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This guidebook describes 50 day walks in the picturesque Lakes region of Northern Italy. Routes around Lakes Como, Iseo, Garda and Maggiore are included on little-known but well-waymarked paths. The routes range from 2 to 13 miles in length, so there is something for everyone, from easy leisurely strolls for first-time walkers to strenuous climbs for those with experience up panoramic peaks. The routes can easily be fitted into the space of a day, and every one of them can be accessed by the excellent local public transport network - ferry, train, bus, cable car, chair lift or funicular. All routes are illustrated with clear maps and inspirational photographs with full information provided about accommodation and public transport options around each of the four lakes for easy planning. This guidebook is an ideal companion to exploring the exceptional scenery, views and culture of the Italian Lakes.
Walk 2: the Mottarone cable-car has been overhauled and is running normally again http://www.funiviadelmottarone.com
The cable car from Stressa Lido up to Mottarone Station remains out of action at this time.
The cable car is not currently running but a bus from Stresa goes up as far as the Giardino Alpino.
Path n.10 after Oggiogno is reportedly closed due to a landslide.
|Plants and flowers|
|When to go|
|Food and drink|
|What to take|
|Dos and don’ts|
|Using this guide|
|Walk 1 Stresa to Belgirate|
|Walk 2 From the Mottarone to Baveno|
|Walk 3 Monte Orfano and Lago di Mergozzo|
|Walk 4 Cavandone on Monterosso|
|Walk 5 Ghiffa Sanctuary Loop|
|Walk 6 Villages above Cannero|
|Walk 7 The Cannero–Cannobio Traverse|
|Walk 8 Monte Carza|
|Walk 9 Val Cannobina|
|Walk 10 Cannobio–San Bartolomeo in Montibus Circuit|
|Walk 11 Monteviasco|
|Walk 12 Sasso del Ferro|
|Lago di Como|
|Walk 13 Moltrasio to Laglio|
|Walk 14 Pigra to Colonno|
|Walk 15 Colonno to Cadenabbia on the Greenway|
|Walk 16 San Martino Circuit|
|Walk 17 The Bocchetta di Nava Traverse|
|Walk 18 Crocetta|
|Walk 19 Val Sanagra|
|Walk 20 Rifugio Menaggio and Monte Grona|
|Walk 21 San Domenico and the Santuario di Breglia|
|Walk 22 Gravedona to Domaso|
|Walk 23 Domaso to Gera Lario|
|Walk 24 Sentiero del Viandante 1: Varenna to Bellano|
|Walk 25 Sentiero del Viandante 2: Bellano to Dervio|
|Walk 26 Around Bellagio|
|Walk 27 Belvedere del Monte Nuvolone|
|Walk 28 Monte San Primo|
|Walk 29 The Strada Regia from Pognana Lario to Torno|
|Walk 30 Brunate to Torno Path|
|Walk 31 Monte Boletto|
|Walk 32 Punta Alta|
|Walk 33 Santuario di San Giovanni|
|Walk 34 Corna Trentapassi|
|Walk 35 Monteisola and the Santuario della Ceriola|
|Lago di Garda|
|Walk 36 Eremo di San Valentino|
|Walk 37 Campione to Pregasio Loop|
|Walk 38 Limone sul Garda and the Valle del Singol|
|Walk 39 Sentiero del Sole|
|Walk 40 Monte Nodice and Pregasina|
|Walk 41 Strada del Ponale to Pregasina|
|Walk 42 The Venetian Bastione|
|Walk 43 Monte Brione|
|Walk 44 Torbole to Tempesta|
|Walk 45 Monte Baldo: Ventrar to San Michele|
|Walk 46 Monte Baldo: Cima delle Pozzette|
|Walk 47 Monte Baldo: Eremo SS Benigno e Caro|
|Walk 48 Monte Baldo: Rifugio Telegrafo Circuit|
|Walk 49 Monte Baldo: Costabella to Prada Alta|
|Walk 50 Torri del Benaco and Graffiti|
|Appendix A Route summary table|
|Appendix B Glossary of Italian–English terms|