Monte Baldo becomes a slow tourism hub, offering guided hikes, local product tastings, botanical seminars, and children’s activities. ScopriBaldo, a three-day adventure and cultural festival, takes place from June 7th to 9th. The event will highlight Monte Baldo’s artisanal and agricultural businesses, with visitors invited to tour their labs, vineyards, fields, and woods.

The event begins in the evening of Friday, June 7th, with the presentation of two books: “Il predatore” at Rifugio Telegrafo and “Libro Atlante delle piante alimurgiche e spontanee della collina e montagna veronese” at Cantina Quadrifoglio in Caprino Verone.

Saturday among guided hikes and tastings

The journey continues on Saturday, June 8th, with a guided trek in Ferrara di Monte Baldo and a rafting excursion that begins in Brentino Belluno and includes a sampling stop at the Valdadige winery in Rivalta Veronese. For lunch, there will be Baldo brand goods at La Bottega del Paese in Ferrara di Monte Baldo. In the afternoon, a guided walk between Le Giare dairy and Giardino di Casa Biasi will take place, followed by a wine tasting at Cantina Gentili. The day concludes in the evening with the play “L’uomo che piantava gli alberi” in the Giardino di Casa Biasi.

On Sunday, the Botanical Garden dedicates a full day to both adults and children.

On Sunday, June 9th, the activities begin in Novezzina di Ferrara di Monte Baldo with a guided trek, followed by a whole day dedicated to both adults and children in the Botanical Garden and the new Museum of Biodiversity. Nature lovers will be able to expand their knowledge by attending two sessions, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, with renowned naturalists and botanists. After lunch at Rifugio Novezzina, which features dishes made with Baldo ingredients, travelers can visit the market, which will be open all day and sells traditional items from the Marchio del Baldo’s farm.

During the day, visitors can discover Caprino Veronese and the Selva dei Draghi, a children’s fantasy realm created by the educational farm La Val delle Strie. In the afternoon, a guided trip will take participants from Vilmezzano to Gaon, passing through Terre Rosse and including two samplings of local products.

For more information and reservations, visit the official event website: