Maniva is the ideal environment to get active and to connect with the nature.
Maniva is the ideal place to get active and reconnect with nature, as the allure and natural beauty of the Alps make it hard to spend much time indoors. Whether you prefer relaxing activities or are looking for a physical challenge, there is much on offer in Maniva.
Needless to say, the endless trails and paths in the mountains are not only ideal for walking but also for running or Nordic walking. High altitudes and pure air - that's what you need for a perfect workout.
In summer the Maniva shows its most beautiful side. This is also true for summer hikers, who can't do without the summer meadows and sunny peaks. In Maniva every hiker will find a multitude of routes that will make his heart beat faster. Trails suitable for both experienced hikers and amateurs branch out from green mountains, beautiful waterfalls, alpine lakes and flower-filled meadows. The unspoiled nature shows itself in all its splendor, the crisp air inebriates us. All we have to do is lace up our boots!
Climbing on bare rock is always exciting. The mountains in our area provide climbing enthusiasts with lots of opportunities to climb walls for all levels.
A few kilometers from Passo Maniva is the Parco delle Fucine di Casto. Remarkable and unique for its suggestiveness in the park have been made via ferrate and climbing gyms of various difficulties. In particular, the path of the "ferrate", arranged in a ring, is composed of fourteen independent and aligned sections, 1700 meters long in total with about 500 meters of elevation gain and at the end of each of them you can exit and continue on the path. You can also cross two Tibetan bridges and with a simple variation to the path you can pass through the narrow Luina, a canyon 460 meters long, 1-2 meters wide and 30-35 meters deep, protagonist of the incredible erosion of the rock. It is practicable only uphill and the use of the equipment is mandatory while the ferrate are all challenging.
For the youngest so as to allow them a first approach to the world of mountains and hiking, a simple but exciting path where children between 5 and 9 years old can learn to appreciate the beauty of unspoiled nature under the supervision of qualified instructors.