This page is intended to help you walk through the dense network of trails winding through Tignale. It was inspired by the growing curiosity of tourists about this area of Lake Garda, its history and its traditions. To reach Tignale, you must leave behind the western side of the Lake. In the opposite direction, you can discover the six hamlets of Tignale by walking through the old paths connecting them. Through this page, you can discover the historical heritage of the territory, and gain new insight into it. The different cultural associations operating in the area share the objective to spread knowledge about local traditions. They pursue their aim through the Lemon Groves Ecomuseum of Lake Garda, which was founded to foster research into the rich local cultural heritage and its preservation.
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On this webpage you can access the trails in PDF format. In each document you will also find a map and descriptions of sites of interest. You can also download GPS tracks in GPX format on the app “Visit Tignale”.
Hikes are always an adventure. On a hike, you can live amazing experiences surrounded by nature. The trails on this website have different difficulty levels, but we suggest you approach them all very carefully.
Your safety should always be a priority. We suggest you never go on a hike alone and you always inform someone about the trail you are taking. We recommend that you download the app “112 Where ARE YOU”, so that you can be tracked through GPS in case of emergency. Please remember that the emergency number is 112. In case you perceive these safety measures as excessive, please consider that mountain hikes can often be risky. You should always be very careful and prevent any risks ahead.
Your outfit, shoes and equipment should always be appropriate for the season. You should always choose them according to the type of hike you are going for, to the height you will be at and to the weather (please note that the weather may be very changeable throughout the day).
Don’t forget to bring a hat, a change of clothes and plenty of water.
At the main crossroads along the trails of Tignale is signage to guide you. On the signs, between red and white stripes, you will find the trail number and further information regarding the estimated walking time. Trail length can either be short, medium or long.
The Tourist Office declines all responsibility for any inconvenience which may arise on the trails.