Our trails

An easy walk through the characteristic village of Cheglio, with its narrow streets, the Fonte del Vincesco, and corners of art and history. Almost all on asphalt and cobbled roads.

Type of surface: 100% Asphalt

A circular route to discover the centre of Viggiona, its centuries-old chestnut woods and its Madonnina, a panoramic point from which you can admire the whole village, the countryside and the lake. Cobblestones, beaten earth and cobblestones. Easy hike with partially uneven ground, appropriate footwear recommended.

Type of surface: 70% Natural bottom 30% Asphalt

An interesting path leads from the bottom of the village of Trarego through the “countryside” to the waterfall with its 60-metre drop. The path then continues on the flat to reach Promè and from here uphill to the monumental area dedicated to the massacre of the Volante Cucciole and then to the romantic Ponte del Visiè with its cool natural pools. Up to this point the route is on uneven ground and cobblestones. The return to Trarego is along a dirt and asphalt road. Easy hike with partially uneven ground, appropriate footwear recommended.

Type of surface: 85% Natural surface 15% Asphalt

Panoramic loop through magnificent scenery and unforgettable views, the highlight of which is the Big Bench, the first Big Bench in the Lakes area located at an altitude of 1,116 m above sea level. The route is almost entirely on a dirt road. Route recommended in all seasons. Easy hike with partially uneven ground, appropriate footwear recommended.

Type of surface: 90% Natural surface 10% Asphalt

Starting from Trarego, at the bottom of the village, take the downhill path – which is challenging in places – through meadows, terraces and old farmhouses to Rio Cannero. After an impressive Roman bridge, the trail climbs up to regain altitude and then gently descends towards Oggiogno. From here you can easily reach Cannero Riviera. Route almost completely in the woods. Appropriate footwear is essential.

Type of surface: 95% Natural surface 5% Asphalt

This is a long but easy route, completely on a carriage road, only briefly gravel, which from Trarego climbs towards Passo Piazza (where a small diversions to visit the oratory of Santa Eurosia is recommended), then continues towards the panoramic viewpoint of Cima Ologno and descends along the provincial road to Trarego.

Type of surface: 100% Asphalt

This route is completely on a dirt road and climbs gently from Cheglio to the top of Mount Carza, crossing various pastures and traditional mountain pastures. The path is shady at first, but in the second half it gives way to wide, sunny views.

Type of surface: 100% Natural Background

This route is completely on a dirt road that from Viggiona climbs, at times steeply, through woods and expanses of broom towards the summit of Monte Carza. The route offers the possibility of admiring the different types of woodland, chestnut woodland, mixed woodland, heathland with birch trees and beech woodland.

Type of surface: 100% Natural surface

This is a route that leads from 220 metres above sea level in Cannero Riviera to 770 metres in Trarego, from which it is possible to admire the monumental works of ancient terracing mixed with unexpected views of the lake. Walkable in all seasons with appropriate footwear. A good half of the route is on an asphalt road, the rest on an old mule track through the woods.

Type of surface: 90% Natural surface 10% Asphalt

From the Parish Church of Trarego, the route crosses the asphalt road through the villages of Cheglio and Viggiona. From here we first walk along the historic Via Crucis that leads to the Monumental Church where the old mule track enters the woods among chestnut trees and the traces of the trenches of the Cadorna Line. At Molineggi, you can continue on path S03 to Cannobio.

Type of surface: 50% Natural Surface 50% Asphalt

From Cannero Riviera, take the Mulattiera della Via delle Genti in the direction of Cannobio and you will soon reach the start of path R48 in Cheggio. From here the route, after a flight of steps through the woods, continues on an asphalt road to the end of the Strada Panoramica Ferrari and then takes a path through the woods to Viggiona.

Type of surface: 85% Natural surface 15% Asphalt

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