The “sacred mount to the Homeland”
In the collective memory, Monte Grappa is linked to the events of the two world wars as shown by the impressive monument built in memory of the tens of thousands of Italian and Austro-Hungarian soldiers who fell in battle on this mountain.
But Monte Grappa also offers breathtaking panoramas, culinary traditions and places of absolute naturalistic and panoramic value.
Monte Grappa is one of the favourite destinations in primis for lovers of free flight that come from every part of the world to exploit its famous updraughts, while the difference in height of its ascent has made it an necessary step for cyclists. Trekking, Nordic walking and horse riding are at home here.
In winter the large mule tracks and the numerous trails become wonderful paths to do with snowshoes on your feet. And if you are a romantic take advantage of the full moon for snowshoeing at night. The views that you will see will be even more beautiful!