Snowshoe hikes for everyone on Monte Baldo

Where? San Giacomo, Monte Baldo


A fun snowshoe hike to discover the slopes of Monte Baldo

There’s time until mid-March to wear your snowshoes and walk safely in the snow with the assistance of the teachers of the Monte Baldo Ski School.

If you love walking and can’t wait to enjoy the magic of snow, the snowshoe hikes organized on Monte Baldo are an opportunity not to be missed.

We’ll be waiting for you in the afternoons of the following Fridays: December the 30th, January the 20th, February the 24th and March the 10th for medium-easy excursions for everyone, thanks to the valuable guidance of the teachers of the Monte Baldo Ski School. The departure location is the centro fondo San Giacomo on the Altopiano di Brentonico at 2pm.

You will have the opportunity to discover enchanting places and get to know the slopes with tips and suggestions from ski instructors.

What are you waiting for? Start your weekend in the right way with a snowshoe hike on Monte Baldo!
…And if you didn’t find what you are looking for, contact us to create a customized tour specifically for you!

Info and map

Azienda per il Turismo Rovereto e Vallagarina

Corso Rosmini, 21
38068 Rovereto (TN)

T: +39 0464 430363
F: +39 0464 435528

Please note: the guide reserves the right to vary the route depending on weather conditions, terrain and the participants’ level of preparation.





Opening time

On the following Fridays: December, the 30th | January, the 20th | February, the 24th | March, the 10th

Meeting and departure from the entrance of the Centro Fondo San Giacomo at 2pm.

  • minimum age: 10 y.o.
  • number of participants: min. 2, max. 15 people
  • duration: from 1 to 2 hours
  • reservation required by 12 p.m. the day before the activity.


Costs of participation:

  • Excursion with Ski Master and insurance: € 15 per person
  • Snowshoe rental (optional): to be paid by the participant at the rental point “Go&Go Rental” near San Valentino +39 0464 391602

*Routes may vary depending on environmental conditions and snow cover. Participants are required to wear hiking clothing suitable for the winter environment: waterproof boots, gloves, cap, spare clothing, sunglasses and thermos for hot drinks. The use of trekking poles is also recommended.

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