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Walk - Levico Lake Ring – Naturalistic Path

· 11 reviews · Hiking trail · Valsugana, Lagorai, Tesino
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  • Visuale lago di Levico
    Visuale lago di Levico
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This walk allows us to spend a couple of hours in tranquility along the romantic Strada dei Pescatori close to the water and in the most unspoiled nature.
Distance 9.8 km
2:30 h
146 m
146 m
581 m
439 m

A classic, not to be missed walk for those who want to spend some moments immersed in this magnificent environment: just relax and get amazed by the colors and reflections of the lights on the lake. The first part, called the "Strada dei pescatori", is a dirt road, accessible even by strollers and prams. From the narrowest point of the lake, the path runs along the other bank, enters the biotope, and then returns to the starting point on a newly constructed walkway.

Along the way you can stop on the benches to admire the landscape and the thousand shades of green waters of the lake.

It can be walked in any season and does not require special equipment, if not comfortable shoes and clothing.


Some curiosities about the Levico lake: 

  • Area 1,160 km²
  • Lenght 2,840 km
  • Width 0,950 km
  • Maximum depth 38 m
  • Main inflows: Rio Vignola, Rio Maggiore
  • Main outflows: Brenta (together with the Caldonazzo lake)


Author’s recommendation

On some trees, along the way, an artist has painted some nice nocturnal birds of prey (owls, owls, etc.) ... have fun finding them all!
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Update: February 09, 2023
Highest point
581 m
Lowest point
439 m
Best time of year

Track types

Asphalt 27.08%Dirt road 42.43%Path 10.31%Road 20.16%
2.7 km
Dirt road
4.2 km
1 km
2 km
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Safety information

Be careful in walking it during and after the rain because it becomes very slippery, do not walk on the edge of the path.

Please note that the practicability of the itineraries in a mountain environment is strictly linked to the contingent conditions and is therefore influenced by natural phenomena, environmental changes and weather conditions. For this reason, the information contained in this page may have changed. Before leaving for a tour, make sure the path you will approach is still accessible by contacting the owner of the mountain hut, the alpine guides or the visitor centres of the nature parks, the info offices of the local tourist board.

Tips and hints

APT Valsugana - tel. +39 0461 727700 -  


Park Via Segantini (441 m)
46.012286, 11.287063
46°00'44.2"N 11°17'13.4"E
32T 677051 5097955


Park Via Segantini

Turn-by-turn directions

Difficulty T: touristic path


You can explore this circular route in both directions, it is an easy path, considering the largest part of it is flat, and it includes just few short steep parts. Most of the route is close to the lake water, thus allowing you to enjoy of gorgeous views. You will also cross a biotope, walking on a recently built wooden footbridge, leading you to the starting point of the path and thus concluding the circular path. Along the route you can stop and sit on one of the many benches along the lake, in the tree shades, enjoying the view of the lake. The path is feasible in all seasons and the stretch called “Strada dei Pescatori” (meaning the “Path of the Fishermen”) is accessible with strollers and prams.


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Public transport


Stazione autobus o treno Levico Terme 

Getting there

From the SS47 of Valsugana state road, take the first exit for Levico Terme (coming from Trento) or the last (coming from Padua). At the roundabout take the third exit and merge onto Traversa Lido.

At the crossroads go straight on Via Segantini.


Parking at Via Segantini or Traversa Lido.


46.012286, 11.287063
46°00'44.2"N 11°17'13.4"E
32T 677051 5097955
Arrival by train, car, foot or bike

Author’s map recommendations

The “Passeggiate intorno ai laghi” map is available at the cost of €2 in the Valsugana Tourist Board Info offices.


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Questions and answers

Question from Valentina Giust · July 18, 2021 · Community
È possibile percorrete l'intero percorso con un passeggino da trekking?
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Answered by Maria Raffaella Di Guardo · July 18, 2021 · Community
Sulla sponda occidentale mi pare di ricordare che ci sia qualche passaggio in cui potrebbe essere un po’ ostico, ma dovrebbero essere tratti brevi.
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Question from Gian Elio Voltolini · October 26, 2019 · Community
Il sentiero è aperto e transitabile, perché segnate che è chiuso?
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Answered by Omar Ropelato · November 13, 2019 · APT Valsugana e Lagorai
Stanno facendo dei lavori, per sistemare alcuni tratti. C'è un ordinanza del Comune. Appena saranno finiti i lavori e il comune ce lo comunicherà, apriremo subito l'itinerario.


Anita Ghane
January 30, 2022 · Community
Passeggiata molto bella e rilassante. Consiglierei di fare prima la parte boschiva, in alcune parti un po’ strettina con qualche salita e discesa, per poi concludere con la parte soleggiata sul lago che è bellissima!
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When did you do this route? November 21, 2021
Katia Bülow Boje ferrentino
May 03, 2021 · Community
molto piacevole e scorrevole
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Lunedì 3 Maggio 2021 18:57:35
Photo: Katia Bülow Boje ferrentino, Community
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9.8 km
2:30 h
146 m
146 m
Highest point
581 m
Lowest point
439 m
Public-transport-friendly Circular route Scenic Family-friendly Flora Fauna Insider tip Suitable for strollers


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