Sentiero panoramico Busatte Tempesta, Torbole

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Sentiero panoramico Busatte Tempesta is located in Torbole. Arrange your visit to Sentiero panoramico Busatte Tempesta and discover more family-friendly attractions in Torbole using our Torbole travel itinerary planner.
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  • The title says it all. My emphasis is dedicated to those who intend to pursue the trail in winter. I never would have thought that at the end of January you can practice it preferably with proper clothing. Polar cold and windy in the morning, climb from the parking lot, icy snow but even more as you proceed towards storm. Strongly suggest you be equipped with a good trekking shoe to deal with icy roads. After 1 km. I gave up and I returned on my steps. My amazement is that in hasty return I met 3 groups of fans who like me, equipped with regular jogging shoes, they asked me about the route particularly bumpy ice and also have them done about-face. I don't want to say it's impassable, in fact several other people continued but they were technically equipped. The path for what little I saw of panoramic (I was too busy to watch where I put my feet) is undoubtedly impressive and I plan to do it again in the spring. Those who want to deal with it in winter knows gear up properly.
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  • From Torbole climb by car up to the locality "Bussatte" where there's easy parking, bar and playground. From there, take the path that Storm door latch. Easy route, with breathtaking views and well recommended for families with small children. Despite being very scenic is never exposed and very safe. A must do!
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  • beautiful walk overlooking the Garda Lake safely. I had been to this fantastic location, starting from Torbole to "Storm". a few days ago I made the reverse path, namely by storm towards Torbole. (I recommend walking shoes montana and sticks to lighten the path) the road is a forester used as a firebreak. convenient, but uphill. After a nice stretch, there is shown the path to "the busatte"-3 stars. We enter a forest of Oaks and finally, behind the rocks of monte Baldo (which descends then in Garda) you begin the climb up the first staircase with high and safely. in the second section of the staircase to a platform you can admire a beautiful landscape, both towards the South (on a clear day you can admire the coast up to the Hollows of salò and Garda Island), but also to the North with the mountains of val di ledro and further north with the magnificent peaks presanella and Adamello. The view of Riva del Garda and the mountains of tennese. Further, then, the descent is towards the area of Busatte and then Torbole. Karst rocks, with erosions of water path is easily seen and reported. great day if there is not a lot of "now" (the famous wind pushing from the South and channels in Torbole, famous for having the opportunity to sail on a daily basis).-on my part the return downhill to Storm to relax and observe the paradise that here he abode. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN. the walk takes in its path integral in two and a half hours non-stop. but I would recommend getting some nice stop to enjoy the scenery. nice relaxing day ... to you ...!!!
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