Hiking around Lake Como

The Strada Regia

Walks on the paths of Lake Como

The territory of Lake Como is the perfect place for hiking and walking excursions; the routes connecting the villages and mountain hamlets are masterfully constructed paths built during the past centuries. Walking along these paths we pass through areas that are unique in the world, breathing in all of nature while immersed in the wonderful landscape that surrounds us. The magnificent excursions of Lake Como, from the simple walk through art and culture, to the long stages walking along the hillside on historical paths, delighting in the wonderful views suspended between the lake and the mountains.

The Lario area satisfies all lovers of trekking and hiking, especially thanks to its variety of routes and because of the refreshment points that emerge along the paths: lodges, mountain huts, restaurants and farmhouses where you can take a break and taste the typical cuisine. A special thanks goes to the Mountain Communities, the Municipalities, the Pro Loco organizations and all the volunteers who take care of and maintain the paths of this marvelous land. Wishing you beautiful excursions, we recommend caution and respect for all the sites and nature you will see.

The Sentiero del Viandante

The Sentiero del Viandante

The Sentiero del Viandante travels halfway up the eastern part of Lake Como, beginning in Abbadia and ending in Morbegno. To allow you to enjoy this these beautiful sites in total tranquility, the route is divided into six stages.

Sentiero del Viandante

The Strada Regia

The Strada Regia

The hike on the Strada Regia is not particularly difficult, and is instead easily doable at any time of the year, keeping in mind to avoid the hottest days of summer and snow in winter. In this guide we have divided the route into three stages.

Strada Regia

Ridge Lariano Triangle

Ridge of the Lariano Triangle

The trek to the ridge of the Lariano Triangle kicks off from Brunate and ends in Bellagio, the growth is about 37 km. which corresponds to 8/10 hours of walking, with some variations it is also possible to make the route with MTB.

Ridge Lariano Triangle