Ledro Land Art
It is an artistic journey started in 2012 by the Municipality of Ledro to enhance the territory and art. It is located in the pine forest of Pur and contains more than twenty works that blend with the surrounding landscape.
It is one of the very few lakes that still presents itself in its natural state and that is home to a wide variety of animals and plants. A wooden footbridge runs along the lake and accompanies visitors to observe nature. At the end of the route, the Visitor Centre offers a virtual tour to get to know and discover the aquatic world of the lake.
Bezzecca and the Ledro valley were the scene of numerous battles and a stopover in the Garibaldi fight for the unification of Italy. In the village of Bezzecca you can relive the history of those years, retracing the trenches, the galleries carved into the rock and visit the museum with the cannon of the World War.
Walk in the valley floor
The route allows you to discover the woods and meadows of the Concei Valley. You will be able to observe the various types of plants and learn more about the wildlife and the agricultural and forestry economy.
The Gorg d'Abis waterfall
In Tiarno di Sotto, surrounded by the green woods of the Ledro valley, there is the Gorg d’Abiss waterfall: an enchanting jet of water that cools on hot summer days and freezes in winter.
The Tremalzo pass is an alpine pass at an altitude of 1694 m a.s.l. and connects the Ledro valley to Lake Garda. Tremalzo is a site of extraordinary floral interest for the exceptional concentration of endemic species. It also has a Visitors’ Centre, which organises guided tours and workshops.
The Ponale road
Due to its environmental and historical characteristics, it is one of the most beautiful and well-known European paths. The Ponale road is now open to pedestrians and bikers who can enjoy unique views of Lake Garda.