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Stroller walks in Trentino


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During our last holiday in Trentino, we discovered several beautiful walks that can be taken with a pushchair, which we tell you about in this article.

The paths are almost all dirt tracks that can be covered with a normal pram, but if you have a trekking pram, it is even better.

We, in general, prefer the baby backpack because it allows us more freedom of movement, but the buggy is certainly much more comfortable for attaching bags and making the baby feel comfortable.

Let’s take a look at the walks one by one.

Stroller walks in Trentino

Val di Sole

Val di Sole is a valley in the north-west of the autonomous province of Trento. It is here that we have found the best children’s playgrounds and nature walks that can be enjoyed with a pram.

Laghetti di San Leonardo in Vermiglio

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The little lakes of Vermiglio are a wonderful place with lots of greenery, play stations for children, relaxation stations for adults, and a beautiful walk to take on the path around the little lakes. Go to article

Lake Caprioli

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The Lago dei Caprioli is a splendid little lake set among fir trees, 5 kilometres away from Pellizzano.

To get to the lake, you can either walk along the Sentiero degli Gnomi (Gnome Path ) on foot, but the route is not suitable for pushchairs, or you can go by car and leave it in the large car park provided, for a fee in summer.

From here, with the pushchair, you can walk along the carriage road that leads to the Caprioli Lake in about ten minutes.

Once there, you can relax on the meadows, eat at the refuge situated in a panoramic position on the lake shore, or walk around the path around the lake on an almost flat dirt road. Go to article

Lake Valbiolo

valbiolo lake

Lake Valbiolo is located just above Passo del Tonale. Leave your car in the free car park near the Valbiolo chairlift station and take the carriage road to the right.

Once you reach the Mirandola hotel, the road becomes unpaved and begins to climb gently. Sharpen your eyes because, around the end of August, you will find several raspberry plants!

In about twenty minutes, you will come to a signpost indicating Malga Valbiolo on the left, or Lake Valbiolo on the right. Just a few more minutes and you will have arrived. The place is truly enchanting! Go to the article

Val di Non

Val di Non is the Trentino valley located north-west of Trento, adjacent to Val di Sole. In addition to castles, museums and hikes suitable for trained legs, we also found a couple of nice stroller-friendly paths.

Lake Tovel

tovel lake

Definitely among the lakes to be seen in Val di Non, Lake Tovel is a small mountain lake surrounded by a larch forest.

In addition to bathing in summer, the lake is surrounded by a beautiful path, almost flat, where one can take a leisurely walk with children and prams in tow. Very beautiful in summer, but also in autumn during the foliage period.

Lake Tovel is about 3 kilometres long but you can only go with a pushchair up to half way (from Chalet Tovel to Albergo Lago Rosso).

Lakes Coredo and Tavon


The Coredo and Tavon lakes are located within a large green area equipped with picnic tables, barbecue stations, and children’s games.

The almost flat dirt track that runs alongside the two lakes can be covered with buggies in an estimated time of 45 minutes .

Approximately halfway along, you can take the downhill path leading to the wonderful Sanctuary of San Romedio and Bruno the bear (20 minutes, which becomes 40 on the uphill return).

This path is also walkable with buggies. Go to full article

Walks with prams in the Adamello-Brenta Nature Park


stroller walks in Trentino

Situated on the Paganella plateau, Andalo is the ideal destination for families with children, as it offers various services both in summer and winter.

In Andalo you can find really good Family Hotels. Also here, from Sportlifee, you can rent a trekking buggy (the cost is €20.00 per day) to go to the beautiful Molveno Lake or the small lake of Andalo. Go to the full article

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Continue reading:

1. The Muse in Trento

2. Pejo Kinderland

3. The Marmot Village

4. What to do in Trentino if it rains

5. Val di Rabbi

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