The Lake Garda is the largest Italian lake by extension and is included between the provinces of Brescia, Trento and Verona.
The massif of Monte Baldo divides it fromAdige river flowing parallel to the lake. The Sarca river is the main tributary and, along its valley, there are many other via ferratas not indicated in this collection.
The via ferratas on the Brescia side are rather to the south and climb to Monte Spino. The ferrate on the Trentino side develop on the north-western side of the lake. Finally, we meet two Via Ferratas in the massif of Monte Baldo.
Below you find 15 reviews of aided routes that develop near the Lake Garda both on the Verona side, in the Brescia area and in the Trentino area.