Inland from the Adriatic, near Rimini and Cesena, is an ideal spot for Nordic walking.
St. Peter's abbey in hilly Civate offers up a worthy medieval history lesson.
Near Bergamo is a historic trail that awakens Lombardy's Valle Brembata.
A walk into two northern parks yields a common denominator: the blue Ticino River.
A 50th birthday calls for a special day (and celebration) in the Monte Grigna hills.
Lombardy's Corni di Canzo — three Lombardy peaks — are steeped in rocky legend.
Hiking to Monte Tramezzo opens a portal into the Linea Cadorna and World War I.
In Val Camonica, ancient engravers known as the Camuni still have their way.
A walk over a husband's ancestral ground in north Italy elicits wartime memories.
Less well known than Como or Garda, Lago d'Iseo hosts an island with a mountain.
Lombardy's Monterone trail offers ancient lime kilns and yellow fields of narcissi.
The trek from Argegno to Ossuccio shows off Lake Como's west.