The mild climate of lake garda is famous for the unforgettable days of beautiful weather that its guests enjoy. Due to the Venturi effect of the local winds, the Upper Garda area, in particular, often has sunny skies even when the rest of the lake is covered with clouds. These mild cloudless days attract athletes from all over Europe. Due to this particular climate, all sorts of outdoor sports activities can be enjoyed all year round, even during the winter: from mountain climbing to mountain biking.
Even daring windsurfers can take advantage of the constant breeze. It is a genuine paradise that offers all sorts of athletic, cultural and historical opportunities. Pleasant surprises are in store for people with a curiosity of the unknown and a desire to learn about and explore the horizon, and to wander about the great outdoors. Exploring the history and traditions of the upper lake area by bike can be a memorable adventure.
Mountain bike fans who want to ride along the trails in the lake area will have at their disposal accurate guide books with detailed maps and descriptions of the routes. There's a wide variety to choose from. You can travel along the trails that lead to castles sitting on tall cliffs, or you can meander from one town to another in search of Renaissance palazzos.
Or you can travel along the roads used during WWI or follow itineraries that lead from one beach to another. The offer is vast and of great value. The Upper Garda area is there to be explored.
From Mount Baldo, a nature reserve that is famous in Europe, to Limone sul Garda, which sits beneath the steep cliffs on the Brescian coast, the upper lake area is a natural sports arena, both for professional events such as the famous X-treme race that takes place in the mountains of Limone on lake garda and for leisurely biking excursions. Yes, the upper lake area and mountain biking are truly a winning duo.
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